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UK's festive online spending to surge in 2023, Adobe reports
Mon, 13th Nov 2023
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UK's online spending is set to balloon in the 2023 holiday season with shoppers projected to expend £24.1bn, says Adobe.
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Criteo's '2023 Double Days Preview' report unveils insights for SEA brands
Wed, 8th Nov 2023
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Criteo's '2023 Double Days Preview' report highlights SEA performance strategies, revealing massive sales potential in key holiday seasons.
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CMC Markets NZ, KiwiHarvest team up to help struggling Kiwis
Fri, 21st Apr 2023
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CMC Markets has entered a three-year partnership with KiwiHarvest to support its mission of addressing Aotearoa’s pressing hunger and food waste crises.
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Why QSRs need to ‘cook up’ a perfect customer loyalty solution
Tue, 11th Oct 2022
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Competition is heating up in APAC's QSR industry. To stay profitable, restaurants must embrace digital transformation and personalized marketing.
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Ghost kitchens and virtual brands are driving Australia’s growing appetite for on-demand food delivery
Wed, 31st Aug 2022
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The rise of ghost kitchens and virtual brands in Australia's food industry could be the key to survival for struggling restaurants.
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Will the good times continue to roll for Singapore’s food and beverage industry?
Wed, 9th Dec 2020
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Whilst some in the sector struggle to stay afloat and many are shutting their doors for good, others are booming in the most trying times.
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Ingram Micro & Jabra help Kiwis put food on the table
Mon, 22nd Jun 2020
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Ingram Micro New Zealand and Jabra are offering a helping hand to Kiwi families who may struggle to put food on the table this winter.
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Uber Eats injects $5 million into ANZ operations as demand surges
Thu, 19th Mar 2020
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Uber Eats announces measures to support restaurants in Australia and New Zealand facing potential nationwide shut-downs due to COVID-19 outbreak.
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Deliveroo takes rider safety seriously with new advisory panel
Tue, 22nd Oct 2019
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Deliveroo launches Rider Advisory Panel to boost safety on UK streets.
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SparkLabs Cultiv8 demoday kicks off in September
Fri, 12th Jul 2019
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Agri-tech visionaries gear up for SparkLabs Cultiv8 Demoday in Sydney, spotlighting sustainable food innovation.
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Three quick tips for IT professionals to start cooking more at home
Tue, 11th Jun 2019
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Busy lives push Brits to fast food; these 3 tips could revive home cooking traditions.
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New Kiwi app looks to reduce food waste
Thu, 6th Jun 2019
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New 'Foodprint' app aims to slash food waste in Auckland, partnering with local eateries to offer half-price meals.
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Gallery: Server Fervor! HPE treats their disties with foodtrucks
Tue, 7th Nov 2017
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HPE revs up launch of Gen10 servers with a gourmet treat for distributors, wheeling food trucks to their doors in gratitude.
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Don’t know where to eat? Blockchain for foodies aims to help
Mon, 9th Oct 2017
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Munchee, a popular food review mobile app, has announced a new platform that looks to disrupt sites like Yelp and Google Places...
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Australian food safety: Could blockchain be the unexpected solution?
Wed, 7th Jun 2017
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The number one priority must be consumer safety and new technologies such as blockchain have the potential to shake up the global trade of food.
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Anteater: Yummy insects
Mon, 17th Oct 2016
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Christchurch startup Anteater aims to become a premium supplier of edible insect products, tapping into the growing market for alternative protein sources.
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Lightning Labs XX helps ignite Sipreme's 'future food' for tech lovers
Thu, 26th May 2016
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Sipreme's future food for busy tech lovers has grown a lot in 5 months. Lightning Lab XX, high demand & formula improvements make it better than ever.
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Ooooby: Hacking the food supply chain, Out Of Our Own Back Yards
Mon, 14th Dec 2015
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Ooooby makes it easy to create local fresh food marketplaces that source food from local growers, and deliver to local consumers.
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NZ food prices rise at fastest pace since 2011, led by rising fruit and veggie prices
Wed, 15th Apr 2015
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New Zealand food prices rose at their fastest annual pace in over three years in March, pushed higher by rising fruit and vegetable prices.
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NZ spending on credit, debit cards rises in March on food, liquor gain
Mon, 13th Apr 2015
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New Zealanders increased their spending on credit and debit cards for a second month in March, led by an increase in consumables such as food and liqu.
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NZ manufacturing rebounds from two-year low in February
Fri, 13th Mar 2015
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New Zealand manufacturing rebounded from a two-year low in February, led by improvement in new orders and deliveries and a recovery in the petroleum,.
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NZ food prices rise 1.3% in January, on spike in apples, kiwifruit, vegetables
Fri, 13th Feb 2015
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New Zealand food prices rose in January, as a smaller, later apple crop drove prices for the fruit to the highest in 16 years, while kiwifruit, str.
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RESEND: CHH organises its way into new paper bag factory
Fri, 13th Feb 2015
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The new Japanese owners of the pulp and paper manufacturer arm of Carter Holt Harvey are to invest $30 million into an upgrade of the company's Pen.
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New Zealand food prices rise in Dec, on seasonal fruits and meat
Thu, 15th Jan 2015
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New Zealand food prices rose in December, following a fall in November, led by more expensive fruit and meat, while dairy products fell.