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Tuesday 16 February

16th February 2021 By Staff Reporter | news@foodticker.co.nz | @foodtickernz

National

Fonterra discharging nitrogen-heavy water onto ‘ghost farms’
RNZ

Workshops for wine industry
ODT

Wineries ‘well-prepared’ for harvest despite many RSE workers yet to clear MIQ
Stuff

My Food Bag heading to the stock market
RNZ

China suspends imports from New Zealand seafood companies
RNZ

Crisis in NZ fruitpicking sector
RNZ

Fruit and Vege Report with Glenn Forsyth
RNZ

Supermarkets call on shoppers to ‘do the right thing’ — scan and shop normally
Stuff

Zespri chairman accused of trying to intimidate regulator Kiwifruit NZ in ‘threatening’ and ‘offensive’ phone call
Stuff

New health star rating system ranks pure juice lower than Diet Coke
Stuff

How a Wellington brewery carved out a sweet taste of its own
Stuff

Foodstuffs considers product limitations if customers don’t calm down, shop normally
One News

Kiwis encouraged to dig into passionfruit as locally-grown crop remains in NZ
One News

Yoghurt up 14 per cent as food prices jump
One News

New Plymouth Pizza Hutt undergoes deep clean, workers isolating after Covid-19 cases visit
One News

New kiwifruit fund raises $68.5m
NBR (sub)

The sad tale of a dry seafood bar
Newsroom

Covid 19: Contactless coffee the order as cafes and restaurants swing seamlessly into alert level 3 action
NZ Herald

Kiwifruit growers’ PSA case: Government agrees to pay sector $40 million
The Country

Private equity fund Origin Capital buys first kiwifruit orchards after raising $69m
The Country (sub)

Hackles rise over stock reduction figure
ODT

New Zealand’s dairy industry breeding more climate-friendly herd
Newshub

Mud House owner coy on Villa Maria
BusinessDesk (sub)

My Food Bag will outperform IPO forecasts, says chief executive
BusinessDesk (sub)

Pāmu Farms says full year looking better than expected
BusinessDesk (sub)

Marlborough Wine Estates margins squeezed
BusinessDesk (sub)

New Bobby Banana Tape To Save Around 16 Tonnes of Plastic
Supermarket News


International

Mars, Nestlé, and Hershey facing major child slavery lawsuit
Complex

“We will disrupt the food industry completely”
fnbnews.com

Strategy before technology key to improving competitiveness with Industry 4.0 technology
foodmag.com.au

Despite Difficulties In Wine Industry, Vineyard Brands Grows Its Portfolio
Forbes

Wine’s Future Depends on its Original Guardian, the Viticulturist
Wine Enthusiast

Pandemic flattens beer demand; ‘can-do’ industry repackages brew
Capital Press

Vegan Chocolate Race Heats Up as Nestle Plans Rice-Based KitKat
Bloomberg

Jollibee Eyes 450 New, Mostly Overseas Stores as It Sees Rebound
Bloomberg

How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years
Bloomberg

With no Carnival party in Brazil, vendors lose year’s biggest payday
Reuters

Lockdown living helps PepsiCo through pandemic, vaccine paves path to growth
Reuters

U.S. tariffs to keep lid on French wine exports amid COVID-19 crisis
Reuters

AB InBev takes Constellation to U.S. court over Corona brand name
Reuters

Japan sake industry tackles rice surplus as COVID hits demand
Nikkei Asia

PepsiCo launches Bubly Bounce caffeinated sparkling water
FoodBev Media

Itsu launches vegan protein noodles range in the UK
FoodBev Media

Coke plans data-driven, ‘always-on’ experiential campaigns as sales dip
FoodDive

Heineken to cut 8,000 jobs as the pandemic hurts sales
FoodDive

FAO: COVID-19 likely to bring further disruptions to seafood in 2021
Seafood Source

Alaska moves to vaccinate seafood processing workers as COVID-19 outbreaks continue
Seafood Source

Seafood packaging market expected to reach USD 6.5 billion by 2027
Seafood Source

COVID-19 eats away at global cocoa demand
Food Business News

 

 


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