Nelson based SPATNZ took home the Innovation in Agribusiness & Environment Award.
Massey University’s latest ‘Big Issues in Retail’ survey shows business confidence has declined since 2016.
Blenheim has some new and improved gardens thanks to hard work from locals.
Shoppers’ facial expressions will determine the advertising creative they see on a new campaign for Nutella.
The campaign to retain significant chocolate manufacturing in Dunedin has taken another step forward.
Producers are invited to submit their cheese to be judged during the competition’s 30th anniversary celebrations.
Queenstown has taken out Mastercard’s ‘Tap for your town’ competition, winning a visit from Richie McCaw.
This year’s Countdown Checkout Operator of The Year winner’s prize included a $2,000 gift card and Countdown’s antique cash register trophy.
PET drinks bottles and plastic packaging can now be recycled here in NZ, thanks to Flight Plastics’ newly opened wash plant.
The Commerce Commission found some “twin products” contain the same active ingredients but were marketed and packaged differently.
The price of olive oil from Europe is set to rise in the coming months and it’s unavoidable due to poor Mediterranean harvests.
Fairtrade Fortnight is celebrated again in August and this year it’s all about showing your love for the Fairtrade Mark.