FGC - Coke, Wattie donate water and soup to Havelock North

Attack on obesity plan flawed, full of inconsistencies

A report that attacks the Government’s obesity plan and renews calls for a tax on sugary drinks is flawed on many fronts, says Katherine Rich. It dismisses education about good nutrition and physical activity, its claims about the Health Star Rating are wrong, and there are other inconsistencies.

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Coke, Wattie's donate water and soup to Havelock North

Coca-Cola Amatil, The Coca-Cola Company, and Wattie's are to be applauded for their generous donations of bottled water and to the people of Havelock North during their water supply crisis, says Katherine Rich. Between them the companies sent 14,400 bottles of water and 21,504 cans of chicken soup to be distributed in Havelock North

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Demystifying social media legal risks

Brand owners, marketers, customer service and contact centre managers of member companies may be interested in an address on the legal risks around social media, to be held in Auckland on 13 September. It will be made by Ciska de Rijk, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, Simpson Grierson. Register on this page.

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Key Account best practice and networking

A networking event for Key Account Managers, Customer Managers, Key Account Executives, and Business Managers will be hosted by FGC in Auckland on 13 September. This will be an opportunity for people in these roles to develop, expand or strengthen their networks with people in similar roles within FMGC. Register on this page.

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