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Raw Better for the Brain

Raw fruit and vegetables may be better for your mental health than cooked, canned and processed fruit and vegetables.

University of Otago researchers have discovered raw fruit and vegetables provide better mental health outcomes, but the trick is in the way they are prepared and consumed.

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Psychology senior lecturer and lead author Dr Tamlin Conner says public health campaigns usually focus on aspects of quantity for the consumption of fruit and vegetables – such as the 5+ a day campaigns – but for mental health, raw is best. “Our research has highlighted that the consumption of fruit and vegetables in their ‘unmodified’ state is more strongly associated with better mental health compared to cooked/canned/processed fruit and vegetables,” Conner says. “This could be because the cooking and processing of fruit and vegetables has the potential to diminish nutrient levels. This likely limits the delivery of nutrients that are essential for optimal emotional functioning.”

For the study, more than 400 young adults from New Zealand and the United States aged 18 to 25 were surveyed. This age group was chosen as young adults typically have the lowest fruit and vegetable consumption of all age groups and are at high risk for mental health disorders.

The group’s typical consumption of raw versus cooked and processed fruits and vegetables was assessed, alongside their negative and positive mental health, and lifestyle and demographic variables that could affect the association between fruit and vegetable intake and mental health (such as exercise, sleep, unhealthy diet, chronic health conditions, socioeconomic status, ethnicity and gender).

“Controlling for the covariates, raw fruit and vegetable consumption predicted lower levels of mental illness symptomology, such as depression, and improved levels of psychological wellbeing including positive mood, life satisfaction and flourishing,” she says. “These mental health benefits were significantly reduced for cooked, canned and processed fruits and vegetables. This research is increasingly vital as lifestyle approaches such as dietary change may provide an accessible, safe and adjuvant approach to improving mental health.”

The top 10 raw foods related to better mental health were carrots, bananas, apples, dark leafy greens such as spinach, grapefruit, lettuce, citrus fruits, fresh berries, cucumber and kiwifruit.

Amatil X: On the Lookout for the Future

Coca-Cola Amatil has announced the launch of Amatil X, a new platform for emerging possibilities to power growth beyond Coca-Cola Amatil’s core business.

The new venture will support the development of concepts, start-ups and early-stage businesses that anticipate and address customer needs, and is a way for Coca-Cola Amatil to find new avenues of growth. Group managing director Alison Watkins says the world of customers is changing quickly, with increasing expectations driven by technology. “While remaining focused on our core is critical, we need to find new avenues of growth. We want to continue to challenge ourselves to provide our customers with ‘Only at Amatil’ experiences,” she says. At the core is AX Ventures, a multi-million dollar corporate venturing programme that has been set up to invest in future revenue growth opportunities outside of Amatil’s current business – and beyond innovation in beverages which sit within the core business. Investment opportunities will be identified via two avenues:

  • Xcelerate – a corporate accelerator programme to operate in New Zealand and Australia powered by leading start-up accelerator BlueChilli. Xcelerate will seek applications from entrepreneurs and early-stage companies, gaining first-hand access to emerging technologies and trends; building a pipeline of investible businesses; and supporting the overall start-up ecosystem in New Zealand and Australia. Applications for Xcelerate opened last month.
  • Xponential – an employee venturing programme. Xponential will leverage Amatil’s existing innovation programmes and other initiatives to identify internal opportunities for AX Ventures to invest.

Importantly, the programmes within AmatilX are not open to proposals for new beverages, and do not compete with existing innovation pipelines provided by brand partners including The Coca-Cola Company, Watkins says. Instead, there are three broad themes:

  • Millions  of moments of impact: concepts for creating a sustainable future
  • One step ahead: concepts for redefining the customer experience; and
  • Route to me: concepts for exploring alternative ways of getting customers what they want, when and where they want it.

The programmes will leverage Coca-Cola Amatil’s ability to rapidly test and validate relevant ideas and prototype solutions which improve the customer experience or create potential revenue streams.

At the end of the programme, AX Ventures will review participants for further investment. “Our team has been examining rapidly evolving companies across various sectors in Australia and overseas for the past six months,” Watkins says. “The result is Amatil X. Our aspiration is for Amatil X to set the benchmark for how to bridge the gap between large established corporations and the agility and innovation of start-up businesses, so that we leverage entrepreneurs to help fuel our growth agenda. We are investing today for tomorrow’s growth. We want the start-up community to know we’re open for business and supporting both the start-up community ecosystem, and the New Zealand and Australian economies.” www.ccamatil.com

The Rise Of The Millennial

millennialsIf your Millennial offspring have stayed living at home pleading poverty, yet waste what ‘little’ they have on copious takeaway flat whites and smashed avocado, are you forgiven for being miffed? Kiwi consumer spending specialist Marketview managing director Stephen Bridle says yeah, nuh, maybe.

Millennial consumers in New Zealand have been labelled as big spenders, wasting their money on smashed avocado and takeaway coffee. And there’s more than a bit of truth to the epitaph.

In a report analysing spending behaviour by consumers aged 25-29, Marketview found that over the past eight years, these consumers have increased their spending by 56%, outstripping their growth in population.

Much of Millennial’s spending growth is due to a growing interest in eating out… whether it be cafes, restaurants, bars or fast food, Millennials really are dining out much more than previous generations.

With their preoccupation with convenience, takeaways are an increasingly popular purchase for this age group – our spending figures revealed that in 2017, Millennials spent more on takeaways than they did at clothing, footwear, health, beauty, pharmacy and cosmetic stores combined.

We also identified that Millennials have a strong preference for online shopping, with spending growth for nearly all online categories outstripping their bricks and mortar equivalents.

Figures show that since 2009, these consumers have more than tripled the amount they spend online, now allocating 10% of their spending budgets to online purchases. Popular online categories for Millennials are fashion, accommodation and, increasingly, groceries and food, encouraged by convenience and growing availability.

While many industries both on and offline are benefitting from Millennial money, figures from Marketview identified an emerging trend with potential to impact the wider retail landscape… younger consumers are increasingly spending their money outside the central cities.

In the past eight years, spending by Millennials in non-metro areas increased by more than 50%, while the CBDs of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch combined only saw a 14% increase in spending from these consumers.

As young people increasingly turn to online options for their everyday shopping needs, the concept of the CBD and ‘High Street’ is becoming somewhat redundant, at least to Millennials. As they no longer need to head out to the shops in the city every weekend, Millennials are breathing life back into the ‘local village’, bringing business back to their communities as they go out for coffee, drinks and dinner in their local neighbourhoods – a phenomenon we are only seeing increase as this group grows.

Millennials are not to be underestimated in their spending power and ability to alter the retail environment. Retailers need to pay attention to the preferences and spending patterns of this generation if they want to profit from what is a highly valuable group of consumers, and not be left behind.

Wellington-based Marketview (https://marketview.co.nz/) analyses consumer spending patterns from reliable sources across all categories, enabling a deeper understanding of how consumers behave and helping clients across a range of industries to understand what is driving their sales growth or decline.

Not Meat But Kiwi-Made

Not Meat But Kiwi-MadeNew Zealand is well positioned to lead the world in the meat substitute niche…and farmers should not fear the consumer-driven trend, but embrace it for full capitalisation.

Life Health Foods spokesperson Mark Roper says eco-conscious millennial consumers are reshaping demand for alternative sources of protein, and a nationwide survey commissioned by the country’s largest manufacturer of vegetarian foods shows millennials aged 18 to 34 are the target market to adopt a mostly meat-free diet in the next decade.

Life Health Foods – which makes plant-based Bean Supreme and recently launched Alternative Meat Co. products – says growing concern for the environment is leading this demographic to seek out other options to integrate into their diet. “

Among this age group, factors such as concern for animal welfare and the environment were some of the most important drivers of purchase choice,” Roper says, “whereas if you look at older consumers, health considerations and cost of meat were the primary reasons for choosing vegetarian foods.”

New Zealand is well positioned to take advantage of this emerging trend – which has seen accelerated growth in the global meat substitute market.

“Our research is showing that many consumers are not completely replacing meat in their diet – instead, they are integrating more meat-free options throughout the week. This makes development of a plant protein market complementary to our existing agricultural exports.”

Roper says the new consumer driven trend is something that farmers should not fear, but rather capitalise on.

“As a producer we are looking at this growth as a promising future market. As well as a growth industry globally, there is increasing demand for these products in the more well-established markets of the US and Europe, where there are potentially large export opportunities for us.”

At the same time, New Zealand is well positioned as a producer nation to capitalise on millennial’s demand for plant-based products.

“As a country, we have a strong agricultural research base, we are great at growing crops here, and the development of a more environmentally friendly, alternative protein market will potentially enhance the ‘pure NZ’ brand equity,” he says.

“With demand for meat alternatives expected to grow significantly in the coming years, we are looking at other sources of protein that have similar texture and taste to meat, and that can be developed into added value products for the domestic and export markets. Plants like pea, soy, mushrooms and even seaweed can be made into products with similar properties to meat and food companies around the world are investing millions of dollars to be at the forefront of this,” he says.

The local market for vegetarian food is developing quickly, with category growth exceeding 20% per annum.

Roper says his company’s recently launched Alternative Meat Co. has exceeded initial volume expectations to the point where production has been expanded.

“Around 80% of our added value vegetarian products that are sold in New Zealand are made here,” he says. “With increased demand locally and globally, greater volumes of ingredients will be required from suppliers to meet this opportunity.” www.lhffoodservice.co.nz

Hoki Happiness

When NIWA fisheries scientist Dr Richard O’Driscoll went to sea earlier this year, he and his team measured so many fish that laid end to end, they would have stretched for 31km. That’s 71,752 fish to be exact – and a crucial part of the annual assessment of New Zealand’s hoki stock, NIWA says.

Hoki is a fish in demand. It is used by fast food chains in fish burgers, appears in supermarket freezers as fish fingers, crumbed or battered fillets, and can be bought fresh. Commercial hokifishing companies can catch up to 150,000 tons of hoki during the fishing season and it is an important export earner ($229M in 2017). Ensuring the hoki fishery remains healthy and sustainable includes monitoring the abundance of juvenile fish. This is done during the biennial trawl survey carried out by NIWA on the Chatham Rise, which measures the abundance of juvenile fish from both New Zealand hoki stocks – one that spawns on the West Coast of the South Island, and one that spawns in Cook Strait. “Juveniles of both those stocks end up together on the Chatham Rise, they get there when they are about a year old, stay all together until they’re about four,” O’Driscoll says. “Doing the survey here allows us to assess the numbers of small hoki from both stocks when they’re in the same place.” The hoki population has undergone some large fluctuations in the last few decades, due in part to some large annual changes in the numbers of juveniles. In the 2000s, the total allowable catch was drastically reduced from 250,000 to 90,000 tonnes following successive years of few younger fish appearing. Since then the quotas have gradually increased as the stock has grown and this year is set at 150,000 tonnes. Conducted from NIWA’s flagship research vessel Tangaroa, one of the main aims of the month-long survey is to provide information that enables the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) to sustainably manage the hoki fishery. “Results from this survey feed into a hoki population assessment, which supports an MPI consultation process before a decision on total allowable catch that is usually announced in late September, in time for the October 1 start to the fishing season,” O’Driscoll says. There are several additional pieces of scientific information that contribute to deciding the quota level. They include the results of an acoustic survey in Cook Strait and another biennial trawl survey in the Sub-Antarctic; information from commercial fishing vessels and MPI fishery observers who measure fish at sea and collect otoliths (earbones) which are used to determine the age of fish; and NIWA sampling of hoki in fish processing facilities. From there scientific modelling of all the available information is used to update the assessment of the stock, and a working group report is put together by MPI. The process also includes public consultation if changes are proposed. The last step is a decision and announcement by the Fisheries Minister on the total allowable catch for the next fishing year. “There is a direct link between what you go out and measure, and the management action that ensures sustainability of the fishery – that’s one of the reasons I enjoy it,” O’Driscoll says.

Highlights from this year’s hoki survey:

  • 127 successful trawl survey tows were completed at 34 different depths
  • Total catch of 159.8 ton comprised of hoki (42.5%), black oreo (13.9%), alfonsino (5.0%) and smooth oreo (4.8%)
  • 71,752 individual fish of 139 species were measured
  • 334 kg of samples were frozen for further analysis ashore
  • Average surface temperature was 17.1 degrees: a couple of degrees warmer than usual
  • More than 100GB of acoustic data was collected using the Tangaroa suite of multi-frequency echo-sounders.

Eurofins Technologies Australia Pty Ltd

Trading as: Eurofins Technologies
+61 3 8564 5937
+61 438 783 729

Eurofins Technologies
New to New Zealand and building on the global experience and scientific excellence of the Eurofins Group – Eurofins Technologies is a fast growing provider of diagnostic technologies in the fields of food, feed and environmental testing. We offer a broad range of product kits for Food Pathogens, Allergens, GMOs, Mycotoxins, Veterinary Drugs Residues and Animal Species. Our product brands in the market comprise of Eurofins GeneScan, Tecna and Abraxis.
Eurofins Technologies stands for high quality and fast customer service. We are also very proud to have active R&D and Technical advancement, as we continue to seek innovative solutions to help our customers achieve their goals.
Uncompromised quality and fast results are key to our service and we aim to continue building our vision to be the Global Leader in Testing for Life
Contact us at today [email protected] for more information on how we can help your business.

Head of Sales AU/NZ
Katherine Campbell
Location

2-5 Kingston Town Close
Oakleigh
Victoria 3166
Australia

Diverseco

0211 901 231

Food manufacturers searching for industry-leading dosing/weighing, packaging, product inspection, palletising and robotics automation systems need look no further than the Diverseco group of companies.

Through Diverseco, you can source complete packaging line expertise and equipment from several of the world’s leading manufacturers within the one company.

From manually operated, single head bagging machines to fully automated, packaging and inspection lines that can package hundreds of items per minute, we possess the expertise, industry understandings and high quality equipment to meet and exceed your requirements.

General Manager – New Zealand
Kevin Auburn
Location

Christchurch

Merck NZ Ltd

0800 463 725

Merck, your partner in food & beverage testing.
Our analysis products are used by food manufacturers in order to continuously monitor the quality of their goods. For example, our high-purity reagents and chromatography systems support compliance with the very stringent international food regulations. We offer solutions to ensure that the food we consume is safe and free from contaminants.
Find the Food & Beverage Safety Testing Solution to Match Your Needs.
Food safety goes far beyond the visible. We understand that changing regulations, complex processes and delayed product releases can be challenging; see how we can help with our full range of microbiological food testing and environmental monitoring solutions.
My F&B Scout is an indispensable application for your QC microbiology needs. Create personalized brochures and register to gain access to a full range of application notes, white papers & videos.
Contact Merck – how we can partner with you?

General Manager
Bradley Simpson
Sales/Marketing Manager
Sarah Diamond
Marketing Contact
Debbie Stanley
Commercial Services Manager
Debbie Stanley
Location

Auckland

Postal Address

PO Box 65251
MAIRANGI BAY
0754
New Zealand

Ash Air

0800 274 247
09 444 8486

Compressed air solutions specialists. Top quality air compressors & vacuum pumps

The team at Ash Air is passionate about the performance of their products and services, with more than fifty qualified engineers working throughout the country providing unsurpassed compressed air solutions.

We look after New Zealand’s air compressors and vacuum pumps, from the smallest to largest companies, and we are available 24/7 when and where you need us. Call us on 0800 274 247 to find out why we are the go-to team when it comes to vacuum pumps and air compressor.


Dmitry Karablinov
Location

11 Saturn Place
Rosedale
Auckland 0632
New Zealand

Whangarei Branch
Branch Location
243 Port Road
Whangarei
0110
New Zealand
Mike Thompson,
09 438 0036
021 864 947
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East Tamaki Branch
Branch Location
16 Highbrook Drive
East Tamaki
Auckland 2013
New Zealand
Scott Shackleton,
09 580 6800
027 480 4354
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Hamilton Branch
Branch Location
39 kIng Steet, Frankton
Hamilton
3204
Trevor East,
07 959 7390
027 487 3444
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Mt Maunganui Branch
Branch Location
2 Rerewai Place
Mt Maunganui
3116
New Zealand
Fred Brettell,
07 574 8637
027 742 6458
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Napier Branch
Branch Location
24 Mersey Street
Napier
4110
New Zealand
Grant Peterson,
021 948 794
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Rotorua Branch
Branch Location
62 White Street, Rotorua
Rotorua
3010
Jared Koningsveld,
07 347 8884
021 841 776
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New Plymouth Branch
Branch Location
76 De Havilland Drive, Bell Block
New Plymouth
4312
New Zealand
Kevin Lowe,
06 753 3727
021 841 741
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Palmerston North Branch
Branch Location
761 Tremaine Avenue , Roslyn
Palmerston North
4414
New Zealand
Kevin Lowe,
06 354 0063
021 841 741
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Lower Hutt Branch
Branch Location
9B Seaview Road, Seaview
Lower Hutt
5010
New Zealand
Wayne Fisk,
04 568 4090
027 483 1437
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Nelson Branch
Branch Location
100 Quarantine Road, Annesbrook
Nelson
7011
New Zealand
Peter Stevens,
03 989 3360
027 278 1038
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Christchruch Branch
Branch Location
19 Dakota Crescent, Wigram
Christchruch
8042
New Zealand
Glen Sanders,
03 338 8408
021 864 181
Email



Dunedin Branch
Branch Location
600 Kaikorai Valley Road, Kenmure
Dunedin
9011
New Zealand
John Manley,
03 455 4074
021 993 196
Email



Grain Tech Ltd

09 263 6926

Grain Tech Ltd manufactures and supplies a wide range of proprietary processing equipment to suit food industry applications from raw material intake through to finished product packing out. Design, manufacture and installation for specialist processing requirements are provided as are complete remodelling and process extensions. With their knowledge in food processes, bulk material handling and using modern Computer Aided Design drawing technology, Grain Tech Ltd can offer complete evaluation and quotations for all its services including:
• Complete system design
• Plant re-model/ upgrade
• Plant & equipment relocation
• Equipment manufacture and/or supply
• Detailed planning-in and fabrication drawings
• Electrical control system design
• Installation
• Commissioning
• Project management, turnkey project
Through innovative process engineering equipment and design features Grain Tech can ensure that their processing and handling installations offer economy with superior performance in meeting clients’ application requirements.

Location

55B Druces Raod
Manukau
Auckland 2104
New Zealand

Postal Address

PO Box 97420
Manukau
Auckland 2241
New Zealand

Henkel NZ Ltd

+6492726710
+6492726741

Henkel operates globally and nationwide with leading innovations, brands and technologies. With ever-tightening food safety regulations, food safety has become one of our major focuses, and we offer a full portfolio of adhesive solutions for food-safe packaging. From product expertise to customer training, we can provide tailored solutions for your requirements, by working and collaborating with the entire supply chain – from raw material supply to end product use and application. Henkel has a core range of Low Migration Adhesives for indirect and direct food contact applications; from paper cardboard packaging to end-of-line carton packaging to flexible packaging. We can also provide equipment solutions to ensure efficient adhesive dosage when using Hotmelt Dispensing Systems. Furthermore, Henkel is ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 certified. Get in touch with us to see how we can help provide you with your adhesive food safety solution today.

General Manager
Warren Dow
Marketing Contact
Robin Morton-Smith
General Sales Manager
Warren Dow
Location

2 Allens Road
East Tamaki
Auckland 2013
New Zealand

Cooltek Ltd

Trading as: A Division of Machinetech Ltd
+6496330071
+64275275275
+6496330072

Importers of Cooling Towers, Water Chillers, cooling and control equipment, Plastics processing machinery including loading, blending, drying, mixing, conveyors, and robots. INJECTION and BLOW MOULDING, and EXTRUSUION, MACHINERY.
Technical support and a back up of spare parts made possible by volume and commitment to looking after our customers long term. With continued supply of strong brands for more than 20 years with a good reputation. Large stock holdings and spare parts held in our Penrose warehouse.
We are here to help.

General Manager
PHILLIP CASHMORE
Sales/Marketing Manager
BRENDON HING
Marketing Contact
PHILLIP
Location

112A MAYS ROAD
PENROSE
AUCKLAND 1061
NEW ZEALAND

Postal Address

PO BOX 12899
PENROSE
AUCKLAND 1642
NEW ZEALAND

Wine and Beverage Systems Ltd

035486553
021445105

Wine and Beverage Systems Ltd
Importers & Suppliers of Wine Processing Equipment.
World Leading Exclusive European Agencies with Unique Patents including
Wine Pressing & Grape Handling (DIEMME ENOLOGIA), Filtration, Clarification, Wine, Brewing & Juice Processing (TMCI PADOVAN). Bottling / Filling, Wine, Beer, Oil, Spirits & liqueurs, Juices, Hot Filling (ALFATEK). Self Adhesive Labelling (CAVAGNINO & GATTI ). Labelling & Capsuling (ENOS EURO) . Capping Heads ( TECNOMAX). Washing/Drying (CAMES). Capping (ENOLMECCANICA). Filling, Honey & Spreads (TECONALIMENTARE). Filling & capping (Officine Pesce).
Processing & Handling equipment, pumps & Heat Exchangers (ENOVENETA). Depalletizing, Palletizing & Packaging (OMA).
100 Years (combined) Experience & Knowledge, 100 % Kiwi Owned.
After Sales Service & Support.
Extensive Spare Parts Department

No oxygen pickup/heating of product, Gentle Efficient Processing resulting in Superior Quality of your end product.

General Manager
Allister Missen
Sales/Marketing Manager
Allister Missen
Marketing Contact
Raffaele Bandoli
Executive Assistant
Libby Pasley
Location

1/124 Tahunanui Drive
Tahunanui
Nelson 7011
New Zealand

Auckland Branch
Branch Location

Auckland

Dave Betts, Sales
021 967 074
Email



Altex Coatings Ltd

0800 429 527 (Technical Support)
+64 7 541 1221
+64 7 541 1310

Altex Coatings Ltd is an authorised distributor of Flowcrete Australia in New Zealand.
Flowcrete has a strong reputation as a market-leading supplier of epoxy, polyurethane and MMA resin floor and wall coating solutions. Flowcrete Australia’s variety of food-safe polyurethane resin flooring products have been used as surface materials in the food and beverage industry for more than 30 years. The Flowfresh polyurethane technology provides superior chemical, slip, abrasion, thermal and heat resistance making it the perfect solution to the demanding environments in food and beverage facilities.

New Zealand Flooring Manager
Yousif Ayar
Location

91-111 Oropi Road
Greerton
Tauranga 3112
New Zealand

Postal Address

PO Box 142

Tauranga 3140
New Zealand

UV Solutionz Limited

0800000510
021370510

UV Solutionz are NZ and Australia’s specialists in the application of high output germicidal UVC technology as a non-thermal, non-chemical solution to microbial control in air systems, Foodtech/Packtech surfaces and water systems. We also offer systems for odour and grease reduction in industrial and commercial air extraction systems.
We offer consultancy, design and installation works in providing retrofit solutions of UVC technology to existing plant and machinery. UV Solutionz also offers an independent validation service to companies already utilizing UVC technology throughout NZ and Australia.

Managing Director
Sean McNulty
Location

532 Kapiro Rd, RD1

Kerikeri 0294
New Zealand

EMC Industrial Group Ltd

Trading as: EMC
09 415 5110
029 415 5111
09 415 5115

EMC is a privately owned New Zealand company and is one of the country’s largest and most respected process automation and industrial weighing suppliers. We are the sole NZ representative for Endress+Hauser, which arguably supply the widest range of sanitary instruments available to ensure strict hygienic conditions are met.

We provide a complete professional service, with qualified staff and excellent facilities, that ensure local support and backup is available for all products.

Our Head Office is based in modern premises on Auckland’s North Shore where we employ highly competent and skilled staff.

Our Christchurch Branch ensures a high level of service and support is provided through-out the South Island.

Founded in 1971 we have more than 45 years of experience serving the needs of the New Zealand food industry.

Our commitment to providing, and continuously improving, our quality of service is evidenced by our ISO9001 certification.

General Manager
Mark Armstrong
Sales/Marketing Manager
Chris Gailer
Marketing Contact
Chris Gailer
Managing Director
Chris Gailer
Location

56 Tarndale Grove
Rosedale
Auckland 0632
New Zealand

Postal Address

PO Box 101444
North Shore
Auckland 0745
New Zealand

Addington Branch
Branch Location
3E Wise Street
Addington
Christchurch 8024
New Zealand
Rodney Somogyvari, Sales and Support Engineer
03 365 2771
029 365 2671
03 365 2681
Email
Branch Postal Address
PO Box 42012
Tower Junction
Christchurch 8149
New Zealand

Profile Products

09 915 1888
021 416 728
09 915 1888

Profile Products is a dry powder blending company with a serious point of difference. Our combination of over 20 years experience and end-to-end product development capability gives us an unsurpassed versatility in the market. We use all natural GMO free ingredients, have an internationally recognised product list and maintain a commitment to integrity with all our customers. So whether you need a short run or bulk order; want an ingredient or shop-ready packaged product; or are still at concept stage and would just like to discuss the next step: we are the business to help you!

Here at Profile Products we work hard to maintain a consistently high standard of product quality and customer service. We have approved status with some of New Zealand’s well known multi-nationals and have contributed blends and premixes to many export goods. We are members of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and the NZTE, and our business is based on HACCP principles so you can be confident your product is made to the highest standards. Profile Products also recognises the importance of confidentiality in our business. We pride ourselves on being a professional, invisible partner in your product creation.

Our team of dedicated professionals work for the common goal, to add value to our clients and their clients. Through the use of innovated ingredients & processes, we produce products that lead the market. Our commitment is to the NZ food industry on the international stage.

General Manager
Craig Holley
Key Account Manager
Derek Robertson
Location

6 Averton Place
East Tamaki
Auckland 2013
New Zealand

Postal Address

PO Box 58733
Botany
Auckland 2163

Starline

Trading as: Washtech Ltd
0800 Starline

For over 35 years Starline has produced reliable, easy-to-use, high performance dishwashers specifically designed for local conditions with the environment in mind. Offering a diverse range of machines manufactured right here in New Zealand, Starline dishwashers can be found in most small cafes through to productions kitchens around the country.

Location

414 Rosebank Road
Avondale
Auckland 1026
New Zealand

Dexion Industrial Limited

Trading as: Dexion New Zealand
0800 339 466
+64 9 2730488

Dexion is a leading global storage solutions provider, delivering a range of industrial and commercial storage solutions for businesses large and small across every industry segment with a nationwide network providing superior racking, management systems and integrated solutions for warehouse and distribution.
We are Warehousing and Commercial Storage Solution experts specialising in:-
– Design and Installation of Pallet Racking,
– Food grade chiller Shelving Solutions
– Retail Shelving Systems
– Longspan Shelving Systems,
– Fully and Semi Automated Warehouse Systems,
– Warehouse Software Systems

Director
Craig Landon
Location

423 East Tamaki Road
East Tamaki
Auckland 2013
New Zealand

Postal Address

P O Box 58988
Botany
Manukau 2163
New Zealand

Fine Food New Zealand

09 555 1141
027 677 7147

NZ’s number one biennial foodservice, food retail and hospitality trade event. Discover the latest equipment, learn industry trends, make vital new contacts, and network with your peers. Fine Food NZ will gather more than 300 exhibitors, 8,000 visitors across three days at the ASB Showgrounds, 24 – 26 June 2018.

Location

ASB Showgrounds, 217 Green Lane West
Greenlane
Auckland 1051
New Zealand