Kiwi breweries and India Pale Ales (IPA) were the big winners at this year’s New World Beer & Cider Awards. New Zealand breweries won 10 out of the 12 classes while IPA took home nearly 20 per cent of the awards’ Gold medals.
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Raeward Fresh Marshland is expanding once more and is doubling its retail space to give customers an even better shopping experience with more product variety.
With a record number of wines entered in the New World Wine Awards this year, the independent panel of 13 wine experts will spend three days in early August, compared to two in previous years, judging every wine using the same internationally recognised system as other leading wine competitions.
Four Square is a New Zealand business story that started in the 1920s and grew to become a part of our national heritage. It all started in the early part of the century after the First World War with a company that was developed out of desperation and born in adversity, one which would develop a tradition of service to be proud of.
Foodstuffs North Island has announced they have sold their Adelaide Road site in Newtown to Ryman Healthcare.
Foodstuffs is thrilled to confirm that its new Raglan Four Square is open. While the previous Four Square closed its doors in August 2012 Foodstuffs has remained 100% committed to the Raglan community and is delighted to be bringing the Four Square brand back.
Palmerston North New World Melody’s was recognised in a huge seven out of twelve categories, and took home three Gold Distinction awards at the 2014 New Zealand Bakery of The Year competition in Auckland on Monday.
Coromandel township locals can look forward to a new Four Square in late 2014, as work commences at the new site on the corner of Wharf Road and Charles Street this week.
Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to announce the refurbishment of PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe, on the corner of Queen and Harris Streets, Pukekohe. The refurbishment is due to commence on site in late June.
Foodstuffs is currently implementing a new waste management plan for its PAK’nSAVE and New World stores nationwide. The plan promises to reduce the amount of rubbish going to landfill by literally hundreds of tonnes each week.
Foodstuffs is thrilled to confirm that we have been granted resource consent, as of Wednesday 7 May 2014, to build a PAK’nSAVE supermarket in Shotover Park, Queenstown. The new store, which will be called PAK’nSAVE Wakatipu, has been many years in the planning and to finally reach this stage is incredibly exciting.
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