14th June 2021 Foodstuffs
Foodstuffs North Island has held an inaugural Machine Operator of the Year – or MOOTY – competition last week at its Landing Drive Distribution Centre in South Auckland.
Foodstuffs North Island has teamed up with the New Zealand Food Network to donate food for distribution to more than 40 food hubs around the country.
Foodstuffs South Island general manager of supply chain, John Mullins, is retiring after 43 years working for the grocery group.
A technology issue affecting 69 Foodstuffs stores in North Island on Monday 17 May resulted in customers being overcharged at the checkout.
The Griffin’s Food Company took home two awards from the Foodstuffs Expo including the inaugural Foodstuffs National Partnership Award, which was launched this year.
Foodstuffs North Island says it will make a $50,000 contribution to local South Auckland community organisations Buttabean Motivation and Māngere Budgeting Services.
The supermarket giant says it is “surprised” at the allegations because it values its suppliers.
Foodstuffs has opened a New World supermarket in Ormiston town centre at Flat Bush, South Auckland.
The long-time CEO will leave the South Island supermarket co-op in February next year.
The supermarket giant is already seeing a reversal in some lockdown shopping trends – with others becoming more entrenched.
Foodstuffs Own Brands is recalling a specific batch of its Pams brand Bacon Pieces as the product may contain foreign matter in the form aluminium pieces.