Microbeads mostly gone already from NZ products

FGC welcomes the Government’s discussion document that proposes a ban on microbeads. Chief Executive Katherine Rich says most FGC member companies have already reformulated their products to replace microbeads or they’re well down the track to be microbead-free in the next few months.

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Food giants sign Healthy Kids Pledge

Fonterra and Nestle are the first FMCG companies to sign up to the Ministry of Health’s Healthy Kids Pledge, which was published this week. FGC Chief Executive Katherine Rich says the industry commends the companies for their leadership and their longstanding commitment to producing and promoting good nutrition.

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Save these dates in 2017

February 15: Key Account Networking and Speaker Session, Auckland. March 1: Foodstuffs Supply Chain Update, Auckland. May 18: FGC Half Yearly meeting and AGM, Auckland. November 1-3: FGC annual conference, Wellington.

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Superdiverse Women launch in February

A group that is seeking to recognise and inspire diverse women leaders will be launched in Auckland in February.

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