February 2019

In this Issue: 

Brexit – Whats in store?

Innovation:  WaiHiki

Maori Heritage:  Stealing the culture

Birthday Wishes:  Westland celebrates 150 years of dairy

Last Word: Miguel Campus

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Welcome to 2019, another year bound to be filled with success and – without doubt – drama. On top of the pile is Brexit – will they, won’t they – and we’ve commissioned a Kiwi expert to tell us what to expect (see below). There’s plenty to read this month…new food tampering laws mooted, Westland’s dairy industry celebrating 150 years, what’s smokin’ down Taranaki way, Maori culture being abused in product branding and opening factories up to public tours.

Have a great February.

Kathryn Calvert

Editor NZ FOODTechnology 

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