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Sanitarium must be allowed to protect its brand

Sanitarium, like any other trademark holder, has little choice but to protect its brand, says NZ Food and Grocery Council Chief Executive Katherine Rich. She was commenting after Sanitarium said it was preparing to take a New Zealand store to court over its attempts to import Weetabix.

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No sugar in most baby foods, adhere to Food Code

The majority of baby foods available in New Zealand stores do not contain added sugars, and fully adhere to the regulatory requirements of the Food Standards Code. That’s FGC’s response to claims that commercial baby food is full of sugar and empty ‘fillers’ and should be avoided.

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Young leaders forum on Sept 20

A forum aimed at the FMCG industry’s young leaders to be held in Auckland on September 20. Kaleidoscope is a day dedicated to engaging, inspiring and equipping young leaders for the challenges of tomorrow.

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Annual conference Nov 1-3: speaker list grows

Kellogg’s Australia Managing Director Belinda Tumbers is the latest confirmed speaker for FGC’s annual conference, to be held in Wellington from 1-3 November. Registrations are filling fast for the event, which is expected to sell out.

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