Teamwork behind all that FGC does

There is no doubt the main reason the food and grocery sector was able to ensure New Zealanders were able to get through the COVID-19 lockdowns of the past 12 months or so with very little disruption to vital supplies was due to teamwork. That is, teamwork both inside...
Safe In-Store Pass

Safe In-Store Pass

The FGC Safe In-Store Pass is an industry-designed online course aimed at improving the safety of supplier representatives working in a retail store. It is the result of a collaborative effort between retailers and the Food & Grocery Council to deliver time and...
Imported goods shortages as logistics issues hit

Imported goods shortages as logistics issues hit

The global supply network is under unprecedented pressure and New Zealand faces a double dose due to proximity and port issues, says FGC. Katherine Rich says: “Nothing is simple. Lead times for imported products have been stretched out by many weeks. “The cost...
FGC members support mandatory Grocery Code of Conduct

FGC members support mandatory Grocery Code of Conduct

FGC members emphatically support a mandatory Grocery Code of Conduct for New Zealand supermarkets. The key findings of an independent survey of members showed: 93% agreed a Code of Conduct is required to help rectify the power imbalance in the duopoly-dominated sector...
Market study submission comments published

Market study submission comments published

The Commerce Commission has published comments from stakeholders responding to submissions on the Preliminary Issues paper for the market study into the grocery sector. FGC made a submission, as did Coeliac NZ, Foodstuffs North Island, and The Warehouse Group. The...
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