April 2019

In this Issue: 

Breaking News:  Sachet packaging machines gain ground in emerging market

Innovation:  Digital technologies provide opportunity into food and beverage innovation

In Focus:  Coffee – Just remeber it’s all thanks to coffee

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CHANGE IS INEVITABLE SO LET US LEAD THE WORLD

Turn your back on hate.

It would be remiss not to make mention of the Christchurch Mosque Massacre that claimed 50 lives and it’s one of those very rare times when this editorial will be nothing about machines, food or processing equipment.

It’s one of those times when you sit in front of a computer and think, ‘What words really pay enough tribute to a tragedy like New Zealand has never before seen?’. I’m not so sure even Shakespeare would even know where to start.

am sure, however, that he would have had no trouble in the delivery of a beautiful tapestry of prose dedicated to describing what this will mean for New Zealand’s future. The darkest clouds often precede the brightest dawn.   Read More …..

 

 

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