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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Foodstuffs North Island Limited is excited to announce that it will soon be starting work to upgrade New World Willis Street, located at 70 Willis St, Wellington.
New World Whangaparaoa is completing its finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated new supermarket gets ready to open on Tuesday 8 December at 8.15am.
Stickman and PAK’nSAVE employees around New Zealand have helped to fundraise more than $100,000 and in doing so have now become the leading company to fundraise the most funds ever for Movember New Zealand.
In addition to the Fruzio Mixed Berry 1kg and 500g products with Expiry or Use By dates up to and including 7 October 2018 that were recalled earlier today, FSL FOODS LTD has now decided to extend the recall to the following Fruzio frozen berry products as they come from the same overseas source;
We are pleased MPI has identified a brand of frozen berries through its testing regime. The Fruzio Mixed Berry recall means any customer with Fruzio Mixed Berries sold in 1kg and 500 gram bags with an expiry date up to 7 October 2018 in their freezer should now discard the product.
Foodstuffs is aware of the directive issued by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) Director General regarding a potential risk associated with packaged imported frozen berries – strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and boysenberries.
Environment Minister, Hon Dr Nick Smith, today formally launched the new soft plastic packaging recycling initiative at Mount Roskill’s New World supermarket.
Foodstuffs has today announced that its traditional liquor retail brand, Liquorland, has successfully completed the purchase of 20 liquor stores across the country from The Mill Retail Holdings (TMRH). Following the initial announcement of intent to purchase in September, the deal was completed today, Tuesday 17 November, taking immediate effect.
The Foodstuffs South Island Fresh Foods Training Centre opened its doors today, Wednesday the 11th of November, to much anticipation from Foodstuffs staff, Skills4Work and Competenz.
Foodstuffs innovative new recyclable butchery trays that have given the big thumbs up by customers and stores alike, with consumer research revealing a staggering 90% of customers prefer the recyclable trays to the old polystyrene foam ones.
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