www.foodtechnology.co.nz 53 Waterworks Wholesale WATERWORKS WHOLESALE are importers and distributors of high quality piping systems from key global manufacturers, including from Europe, Australia and USA. These piping systems include the EUROPRESS Stainless and Carbon Steel Press Fit System, SPEARS PVC and CPVC Pipe System, ELYSEE Medium Density PE Pipe and Fittings, Electro Fusion, DYNATHERM PPR-CT Pipe System, and 4N Tapping Bands. Being an ISO9001:2008 certified company we are committed to bringing New Zealand high quality product backed by an unparalleled level of customer and delivery service. Our customers have a supplier making their work easier and saving them time and money by removing hassle. 90 Hurlstone Drive, Waiwhakaiho, New Plymouth 4312, New Zealand PO Box 3397, Fitzroy, New Plymouth 4341, New Zealand PHONE: 06 769 6373 FREE PHONE: 0800 387 677 FAX: 06 769 6755 EMAIL: email@example.com www.waterworksnz.co.nz CONTACT: Daniel Thomas, General Manager Jason Thomas, Sales/Marketing Manager Martin Thomas, Marketing Contact Weighpac NZ Ltd Trading as: Precia Molen PRECIA-MOLEN designs and manufactures, sales and maintains weighing equipment and solutions for all industry sectors. For more than 60 years, PRECIA MOLEN has been at the forefront of the weighing industry and established a worldwide reputation for quality and reliability. This has been achieved by applying our vast experience to the design, manufacture and application of all our products, from components such as load cells to fully integrated weighing, process control and management systems. This same experience is employed in our after-sales service and preventive maintenance programmes to ensure our customers have compete confidence in the accuracy and reliability of their PRECIA MOLEN installation. Today, we are a global company with headquarters in France, manufacturing bases in France and the Netherlands supporting our 16 world-wide subsidiaries, including New Zealand. 62 Commerce Street, Frankton, Hamilton 3241, New Zealand PO Box 20130, Te Rapa, Hamilton 3241, New Zealand PHONE: 07 847 3578 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org www.preciamolen.co.nz CONTACT: Greg Thompson, Managing Director Wells Hygiene Wells Hygiene are a specialist food safety and hygiene equipment supplier to all aspects of the New Zealand food and beverage industry. Wells are the exclusive NZ distributors of the world leading Vikan Hygiene System, made in Denmark. Vikan make the highest quality and most innovative colour coded cleaning and food handling tools available globally. All products are FDA and EU approved, and carry a long list of validation test approvals. Complementing the Vikan range, Wells Hygiene offer an expert 5S / GMP Shadow Board system and service. Wells trained account managers can assist companies implementing 5S with site surveys and recommendations. All shadow boards and signage is fully customisable to client specific needs. Wells Hygiene also offer an extensive range of metal and X-ray detectable products for management of foreign object risk. The range, manufactured in the UK by BST, includes detectable stationery, detectable food prep tools, test pieces for calibration, PPE and First Aid, detectable traceability and engineering parts. 9B Joval Place, Wiri, Auckland 2104, New Zealand PHONE: 09 263 9332 MOBILE: 021 835 7477 FAX: 09 263 6553 EMAIL: email@example.com www.wellshygiene.co.nz CONTACT: Simon Sharrock, General Manager Sean Bamford, Sales/Marketing Manager Christine Venables, Marketing Contact Sue Garbutt, Office Manager BRANCHES/AGENTS PORT MELBOURNE 2, 77 Salmon Street, Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207, Australia International: 00 61 3 9699 8999 Fax: 00 61 3 9699 7962 Contact: Barry Hennessy, Account Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SUPPL IERSS UINPDPELXIERS OLIVE OIL ON TOP New Zealand olive oil producers have topped the world in overseas competitions. The largest international event – the New York International Olive Oil Competition – saw Akaroa’s Robinsons Bay and Old French Road win gold medals for their respective extra virgin olive oil, ahead of more than 800 entries from 26 countries judged by a global panel of experts. And at the Olive Japan Olive Oil Competition, Telegraph Hill from Hawke’s Bay clinched gold medals for its Roast Garlic and Lemongrass, Kaffir Lime and Chili flavoured olive oils, and silver for its Thyme, Sage and Rosemary flavoured olive oil. Additionally, the D’Arc Grove from Wairarapa won silver for its extra virgin olive oil entry, ahead of 620 entries from 25 nations. There are more than 400 olive groves in New Zealand, with an average of 500 to 1000 trees. It is estimated that New Zealand consumption of olive oil is around 4.5 million litres per annum (approx. 1 litre per person), of which more than 90% is imported. Unlike other countries, there are no subsidies available for agriculture in New Zealand and its location in the Southern Hemisphere means that importing costs of specialist equipment from Europe are high, Olives New Zealand says. Accordingly, the New Zealand producer cannot compete with importers on price, but by quality and superior taste is a different scenario. Olives New Zealand implemented the OliveMark Certification Programme in 2004, covering bottling, labelling, chemicals and sensory criteria. A big challenge for the New Zealand industry is to increase public awareness of the health benefits of extra virgin olive oil, and the quality and freshness of New Zealand’s products.
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