Fresh Every Day – the latest campaign from New World
August 30th, 2013

Fresh Every Day – the latest campaign from New World

Foodstuffs and Colenso have collaborated once again to produce a new advertising campaign for New World to complement the already successful brand ads – ‘Every Day a New World’. Launching on Sunday September 1, the new ‘Fresh Every Day’ ads are a window into the world of Fresh at New World.

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Foodstuffs invest in new outlets in North
July 31st, 2013

Foodstuffs invest in new outlets in North

Foodstuffs (Auckland) is in the midst of a $100 million development and refurbishment programme in the upper North Island, with two major new outlets in North West Auckland. These include a 6000 square metre property for the PAK’n SAVE brand at Massey North and a new New World outlet in Kumeu.

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PAK’nSAVE Albany renovation underway
July 29th, 2013

PAK’nSAVE Albany renovation underway

Foodstuffs (Auckland) Limited is pleased to announce that the refurbishment of PAK’nSAVE Albany, located on Don McKinnon Drive, is underway.

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New World Te Puke is ready to open
July 29th, 2013

New World Te Puke is ready to open

A brand new store is completing its finishing touches as the eagerly anticipated New World supermarket in Te Puke opens on Tuesday, July 30, 2013.

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Tamara’s Thoughts: Change is good
May 2nd, 2013

Tamara’s Thoughts: Change is good

Change is an inevitable constant in our fast-moving world.

The best kind of change happens when a community gets together to discuss their ideas for a better future and their collaborative suggestions result in actual, tangible improvements.

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Foodstuffs drops some plastic fruit and vegetable packaging
April 12th, 2013

Foodstuffs drops some plastic fruit and vegetable packaging

Following lobbying by Unpackit and negative public survey results about its packaging performance, Foodstuffs group has announced it will stop packing fruit and vegetables in polystyrene and plastic wrap. In future this style of packaging in Foodstuffs’ outlets will be restricted to meat.

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Greenpeace slams Sealord for destructive fishing methods
March 21st, 2013

Greenpeace slams Sealord for destructive fishing methods

Greenpeace has identified New Zealand fishing company, Sealord as the last stronghold of destructive fishing methods threatening the tuna fishery in the South West Pacific. They claim Sealord is now the only big Australasian canned tuna brand which has refused to stop using a destructive fishing method which kills sharks, juvenile tuna and turtles.

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Tamara’s Thoughts: Einstein’s secret to saving the world
March 21st, 2013

Tamara’s Thoughts: Einstein’s secret to saving the world

At the 2013 FMCG Conference, which was held at the Stamford Plaza in Auckland this week, the keynote speaker kicked the day off with a quote from Albert Einstein: “If I had one hour to save the world, I would spend 55 minutes on defining the problem and in five minutes I would find the solution.”

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Foodstuffs appoints new Group Communications manager
March 13th, 2013

Foodstuffs appoints new Group Communications manager

Foodstuffs New Zealand has announced the appointment of Katherine Klouwens as Group Communications Manager.

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Foodstuffs add another 3% to producer charges
September 14th, 2012

Foodstuffs add another 3% to producer charges

Foodstuffs New Zealand has announced its intention to introduce a new 3% promotions rebate on products sold in their Wellington supermarkets.

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New World Birkenhead to be refurbished
August 9th, 2012

New World Birkenhead to be refurbished

Foodstuffs (Auckland) is pleased to announce that the refurbishment of New World Birkenhead, located at 180 Mokoia Road, Birkenhead, starts next week.

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Keith’s Take: Burden of proof on those making the claim
June 7th, 2012

Keith’s Take: Burden of proof on those making the claim

If you flick through representations to the select committee considering the Consumer Law Reform Bill currently before Parliament, it would seem leaders of the food and grocery sector want to be able to tell lies about their products without restraint. Have they missed all their own research that shows consumers want integrity from their food suppliers?

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