Foodstuffs North Island has announced that it is marketing for sale its 4.0369ha site at 57 Kiln Street, Silverstream in Upper Hutt.
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The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa was a tragedy that, depending on which statistics you read, claimed the lives of at least 10,000 people and sent shock waves around the entire world.
Leading grocery co-operative Foodstuffs North Island (FSNI) has appointed the experienced New Zealand business leader Chris Quin as its next CEO.
FSNI Chairman Peter Anderson says Chris Quin has the leadership skills and business experience to take the co-op into a new phase of excellence in meeting the needs of New Zealand shoppers.
Foodstuffs Own Brand, Pams and Brother Design, has won first place in the Confectionery, Sweets and Desserts category at the prestigious international Dieline Awards 2015.
New World has triumphed at the Reader’s Digest new Quality Service Awards winning gold in the Supermarket category.
New World and PAK’nSAVE stores around the country as well as Foodstuffs support and distribution centre staff will be proudly wearing a red poppy during the RSA's annual Poppy Appeal this year.
The news yesterday about the threat to infant formula is very concerning and we know we have an important role to play in keeping customer confidence in the security of the products we sell.
Foodstuffs is committed to ensuring Kiwi families can have confidence in the infant formula purchased from our stores. While the Police assess the risk of the contamination threat being carried out as low we are still taking the threat very seriously and are putting in place all possible precautions to protect customers.
The team at New World Browns Bay are completing the finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated replacement supermarket gets ready to open on Tuesday 17 March at 8.15am.
Prominent sculptor, Neil Dawson, has been commissioned by the Foodstuffs South Island Board of Directors to design a unique installation to help celebrate the Co-operative’s 25th anniversary.
The Prime Minister, the Right Honourable John Key, was on hand today to open Foodstuffs South Island's new ambient distribution centre (DC) in Hornby, Christchurch. The greenfield project essentially connects an additional 31,587m2 to the existing 14,000m2 ambient warehouse at Hornby and consolidates operations from the old Papanui DC in Christchurch. This DC sits alongside a 4,000m2 temperature controlled DC already present on the site.
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