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Diabetes chief says no to NZ sugar tax

Diabetes chief says no to NZ sugar tax

By RJ Whitehead

The head of a body that represents New Zealanders with diabetes has hit out at arguments that a tax on sugary products would help prevent the spread of the disease.

Cola is king in Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia

Southern hemisphere

Cola is king in Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia

By RJ Whitehead

Soft drinks may not be to the taste of the world’s government authorities, but they remain extremely popular among ordinary citizens in the lower Asia-Pacific. 

China and Co. driving New Zealand food and beverage exports

China and Co. driving New Zealand food and beverage exports

By Andrew Schreiber

Consumer demand from East and Southeast Asia for high value foods and beverages is driving export growth and diversification for New Zealand’s food and beverage industry, a new government report has revealed.

From Kant to the 6 o'clock swill: creative ways to limit alcohol abuse

From Kant to the 6 o'clock swill: creative ways to limit alcohol abuse

By Julian Baggini

Philosopher Julian Baggini has been commissioned by the New Zealand Food and Grocery Council to give his take on the serious issues affecting the industry. Here, he looks at how alcohol abuse can be tackled by using the brain more than legislative brawn.

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