16th June 2021 Awards / NZDIA
Westpac NZ is ending its position as national sponsor of New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards after more than ten years.
A 25-year-old orchard foreman at T&G Global has won the Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower of the Year competition for the second time.
Venture Taranaki received the premier award for best practice for its business services grant at the 2021 Economic Development NZ Awards.
Wairarapa olive oil producer Olive Black has won a gold medal at the New York International Olive Competition.
Entries are now open for the 26th annual Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards.
Winners of the annual awards will be announced on 9 September.
Two beverage companies have been recognised in Human Resources Director’s New Zealand’s Employer of Choice 2021 awards.
Real time lamb quality tool Clarospec scooped two awards including the overall winner in the on-farm systems category.
Seven first-time winners from around the regions have made this year’s prestigious Top 30 list in the 2021 New World Beer & Cider Awards.
Treasury Wine Estates has been named as one of the top companies to work in Australia and New Zealand.
The winners will be announced at the 10th F.A.W.C! Summer Series this November.
Meal-kit delivery service Woop! has won the Supreme Business Excellence Award at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards.
The winner and runner up will receive a $3000 professional development grant and a $1000 personal travel prize.
The winners of the Good Employer Awards have been revealed.
The winners will be announced on 3 May at Skyline Queenstown.
Farmers Linda and Evan Potter have been named new national ambassadors for Sustainable Farming and Growing.
Natural Health Products NZ has introduced a new category to its annual awards to recognise the sector’s response to Covid-19.
The awards celebrate and promote the region’s food and beverage offerings.
Dinuka and Nadeeka Gamage were announced winners of the region’s Share Farmer of the Year category.
T&G Global, Trevelyan, and Constellation Brands are among the food and beverage companies recognised.
The New Zealand Specialist Cheesemakers Association has announced 265 medal winners in the NZ Champions of Cheese Awards 2021.
Retired Plant & Food Research molecular geneticist Sue Gardiner has been recognised for her contribution to global horticultural science.
Judging of the Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards 2021 will move to a new date as a result of the Covid-19 level 3 lockdown in Auckland.
The association awarded undergraduates $5k per year and post-graduates $10k per year.
The awards are New Zealand’s largest and longest running food competition.
Judging of the NZ Champions of Cheese Awards 2021 will go ahead in Hamilton this weekend after Auckland’s snap Covid-19 alert level 3 lockdown.
The award celebrates his contributions to fruit variety development.