9th June 2022 Foodservice / NewFish
New Zealand foodtech startup NewFish has signed a premium foodservice distribution agreement with Auckland-based The Produce Company.
The ingredient supplier dodged supply chain disruption to pick up foodservice and industrial clients left in the lurch.
Hospitality in Auckland finally re-opens but expect the environment to be fluid, says the coffee company.
Level 3 allows some doors to creak open and the increase in indoor numbers to 100 for level 2 areas is welcomed.
Foodservice distributors and suppliers have geared up again as restaurants and cafes re-open under restrictions.
Outlets like the fast food giant will learn today if they can soon restart business under level 3, which some say still makes profit impossible.
With the foodservice channel shut, manufacturers are looking to supermarkets to pick up the slack.
As Wellington institution Moore Wilson’s opens an overhauled Masterton store, the Ticker asks GM Amanda Thompson about what the retailer looks for in new products, what advice she has for aspiring suppliers and what was behind the Masterton redevelopment.