PENTAIR HAVE JUST LIFTED THE BAR. TWICE. www.foodtechnology.co.nz 15 For generations we’ve been one of Australasia’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of fluid solutions, industrial valves, pumps, and hygienic product systems. But we still constantly look at new ways to deliver even more to our loyal customer base. This focus on continous improvement has paid off once again, with the launch of not one, but two great initiatives for the Australasian marketplace. The Pentair Centre of Excellence has recently commenced operation and is already delivering improved support, service and product SÜDMO • HO VAP • KEYST ONE offerings to our customers all over the region across the full range of Südmo, Hovap and Keystone products. The Pentair Project Hub has been developed for clients who require a bespoke design solution. The Project Hub team can plan and execute specifically to a business’ operation and needs. So when it comes to hygienic solutions, if your business demands the best in expertise, innovation and technology. Contact Robin Noorland - Sales Manager Pacific email robin. email@example.com or phone +64 21 289 9966 FT028 ing interviews with key stakeholders. Huambachano was last year invited to give a food sovereignty seminar at Michigan State University, and is currently working on the formation of a Mãori-First Nations Food Sovereignty project. She has also worked with the Anishinaabe Tribe in Northern Michigan, and took part in a climate change mitigation workshop. “Using traditional agricultural techniques such as those developed by ancient Mãori like the seed raising mix methods and being informed by Maramataka (Mãorimoon calendar), that embodies ethical practices, rituals and holistic cultural values ingrained into them to achieve a ‘Mãorilegacy’ of sustainable food produce – could be a vital marketing angle for New Zealand in the future,” Huambachano says. “The world needs not just sustainable but accessible and affordable food to address the food security and nutritional concerns facing the world,” Huambachano says. Mariaelena Huambachano’s chapter on ‘Business and Sustainability: The Camisea Project in the Peruvian Amazon basin' has just been published in ‘Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability’ by Emerald Publishing. She is contactable at: firstname.lastname@example.org Te Parapara Mãori garden in Hamilton Gardens, New Zealand.It's New Zealand's only traditional Mãori productive garden, showcasing traditional Mãori cultivation knowledge. Peruvian mountain people show off their food.
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