Avocados could be good for guts

Avocados could be good for guts

New research shows avocados may be good for gut health, which would be another previously unknown benefit. Scientist Gunaranjan Paturi says avocados contain compounds that are already known to support.

New Zealand Food Awards finalists revealed

New Zealand Food Awards finalists revealed

The finalists have been announced for the New Zealand Food Awards 2017, recognising Kiwi companies for their outstanding innovations in New Zealand’s food and beverage industry. Now in its 30th.

Plant & Food Research licenses blueberry varieties to T&G

Plant & Food Research licenses blueberry varieties to T&G

FoodHQ Partner, Plant & Food Research has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with T&G Global for a suite of 16 proprietary blueberry varieties in Australia. The agreement represents one of.

Farmers celebrate opening of Southern Dairy Hub

Farmers celebrate opening of Southern Dairy Hub

The world-class Southern Dairy Hub has been formally opened in July, marking a new era for dairy farming supported by research in the deep south. About 200 dairy farmers and.

Cream cheese innovation at the heart of significant new build

Cream cheese innovation at the heart of significant new build

Dairy lovers across Asia will soon get their first taste of an innovative new cream cheese, as FoodHQ Partner, Fonterra announces plans for two new cream cheese plants at its.

Listeria test turnaround time halved

Listeria test turnaround time halved

A rapid commercially available test for Listeria has the potential to open up new food export markets and save producers time and money. Cawthorn, a FoodHQ partner, has recently received.

Getting enough Iodine? Not eating bread?

Getting enough Iodine? Not eating bread?

Worldwide iodine deficiency remains one of the most common nutrient deficiencies and New Zealand naturally has low levels of iodine in the soil which results in low levels of iodine.

Fonterra dairy duo claims awards at top international cheese awards

Fonterra dairy duo claims awards at top international cheese awards

Two FoodHQ Partner, Fonterra NZMP cheeses have scooped silver awards at the prestigious international Cheese Awards held recently at Nantwich, UK. One of the most important events in the global.

Start of work on Joint Facility marked by Minister

Start of work on Joint Facility marked by Minister

The start of work on a world-class $206 million joint facility to house FoodHQ Partner, AgResearch and Lincoln University researchers, students and staff – and create new ways of working.

Fonterra’s traceability programme continues with launch of Anmum QR code in China

Fonterra’s traceability programme continues with launch of Anmum QR code in China

FoodHQ Partner, Fonterra has taken an important step towards full electronic traceability by 2020, unveiling a QR code on its Anmum range in China which enables consumers to trace the.

Agrifood sector is tech-savvy but not ready for major disruption

Agrifood sector is tech-savvy but not ready for major disruption

A new agrifood sector report has found that New Zealand farmers have been quick to adopt smart farming techniques, but few are preparing for major technological disruption. The report, funded.

Queen’s Birthday Honours services to science and marine farming

Queen’s Birthday Honours services to science and marine farming

FoodHQ Partner, Cawthron Institute warmly congratulates Dr Lesley Rhodes, for her appointment as Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM) for services to science and marine farming. In.

Cawthron explores potential collaboration with visiting group of international algal biotechnology experts

Cawthron explores potential collaboration with visiting group of international algal biotechnology experts

FoodHQ Partner, Cawthron Institute recently hosted a group of international algal biotechnology experts with a view to exploring potential collaborations and coordinated projects. The event was supported by the UK’s.

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