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New Zealand shoppers welcome the start of summer stonefruit season

The summer stonefruit season is only 10 weeks long, from mid-December to March, but New Zealanders certainly make the most of it. 

  • 04.11.2015

    PAK’nSAVE Ormiston set to open its doors

    PAK’nSAVE Ormiston is completing its finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated supermarket gets ready to open on Tuesday 10 November at 8.15am.

  • 03.11.2015

    A new PAK'nSAVE for Tamatea

    Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to confirm construction is about to start on a replacement PAK’nSAVE store in Tamatea, located alongside the current store in the heart of the Tamatea community.

  • 03.11.2015

    Stickman grows a Mo for Movember

    Stickman is calling all Mo’ Bros and Mo’ Sistas around New Zealand to get involved this Movember.

  • 27.10.2015

    New World Redcliffs opens its doors

    The much anticipated New World Redcliffs in Christchurch opened its doors on Wednesday 21 October 2015 just in time for Labour weekend. 

  • 21.10.2015

    Sweet success for Pams at the Best Awards

    Foodstuffs own brand, Pams, and Brother Design has won a Gold Pin for Pams Confectionery at the Design Institute of New Zealands annual Best Awards. 

  • 16.10.2015

    New World Pioneer to get a facelift

    Foodstuffs North Island Limited is excited to announce that they will soon be starting work to upgrade New World Pioneer, located on 179-197 Main Street, Takaro, Palmerston North.

  • 16.10.2015

    Construction starts at New World Te Kuiti

    Foodstuffs North Island Ltd is pleased to announce that construction of the new New World in Te Kuiti is set to start on 19 October 2015.

  • 15.10.2015

    FGC and Foodstuffs launch Winning in January toolkit

    A Winning in January toolkit has been launched by FGC and Foodstuffs in conjunction with Efficient Consumer Response Australasia. 

  • 15.10.2015

    New World and PAK’nSAVE pair-up with Stroke Foundation to help break a health record.

    New World and PAK’nSAVE stores across the country are partnering with the Stroke Foundation in an attempt to  conduct the biggest ever simultaneous health check.

  • 15.10.2015

    Kiwi fans adapt for the boys in black

    PAK’nSAVE survey findings reveal:

    • A quarter of New Zealand will be watching the tournament live
    • Nearly half of those watching live matches will be waking up just in time for the haka
    • Only 10% will be staying up all night to catch a game
    • Two thirds of New Zealand will be cheering on their team with a cup of tea or coffee
    • Regardless of the time, a third of Kiwis will be fueling their excitement with bacon and eggs
    • Pyjamas are the dress code for a third of fans this tournament

     

    What a difference four years and a hemisphere can make; New Zealand fans will be waiting until the last moment, tucking into a kiwi fry-up and watching games in their pyjamas. 

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