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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Today, the New World team, under the close supervision of Xanthe White, got their gardening gloves on and worked with the team at Starship to bring a petunia garden to life at the national children’s hospital.
New World's Little Shop was an instant hit in New Zealand in 2013. Kids of all ages flocked to collect mini grocery items encouraging play, swapping, and classroom learning across the country.
Christchurch's newest supermarket opened its doors today, bringing a new look for Woolston, a better shopping experience for east Christchurch, and dozens of new jobs.
New World and PAK’nSAVE are pleased to be showing their support of New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) by backing their #MissingType campaign, which aims to register 10,000 new blood donors.
This week, more than 290 checkout operators from Auckland New World, PAK’nSAVE and Four Square stores tested their skills against each other onstage with the hope of ultimately taking out the title of Foodstuffs North Island Checker of Year.
Sue Hodder, one of Australia’s most well-known winemakers and an international wine judge, will be part of the 13-strong team of wine judges that today begin judging the 1,325 wines entered in the New World Wine Awards 2016.
Sade Murray only went to her local PAK'nSAVE Kaitaia dressed as Spiderwoman in order to enter a competition – but when she got there she became a real-life superhero, intervening in a serious domestic violence incident.
Last night, more than 120 checkout operators from Bay of Plenty New World and PAK’nSAVE stores tested their skills against each other onstage at the Baycourt Centre with the hope of ultimately taking out the title of Foodstuffs North Island Checker of Year.
Last night, more than 120 checkout operators from Waikato New World and PAK’nSAVE stores tested their skills against each other onstage at the Clarence St Theatre with the hope of ultimately taking out the title of Foodstuffs North Island Checker of Year.
A stocktake of property developments currently underway by Foodstuffs supermarkets shows more than $200 million is being invested nationwide on new stores and store refurbishments.
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