Farmers' Markets NZ Inc Newsletter March 2011

Published: Fri 25 Mar 2011 05:08 PM
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Lyttelton Farmers Market is OPEN again
This vibrant Farmers' Market has reopened the gates after the devastating Earthquake on the 22 nd of February which saw it close three more
Pak N Save “Farmers’ Market” campain
The current advertising campaign by Pak N Save, comparing themselves to “a Farmers’ Market, except indoors” is grossly misleading and little more
Canterbury Farmers Market Still Open
Thank you for all of your kind thoughts and messages we have been receiving over the last few weeks. We are now able to pass on more more
Mt Pleasant just keeps on Popping UP
The Pop Up Market is continuing at Mount Pleasant Community Centre, Mount Pleasant, Christchurch. Every Saturday until further notice. more
100% New Zealand Bacon
Today’s commitment by Kiwi to sell only 100% New Zealand farmed bacon highlights New Zealanders preference for local produce. Kiwi will be the more
Trade Shows - What Is It All About?
For 21 years we have been organising regional trade shows for the hospitality industry. Our 2011 programme includes 15 shows throughout New more
Local Food Focus
The ever increasing recognition of local food movements as one of the ways for saving the planet, has focused attention for bringing about more
Customer retention is the key to any successful
farmers' market. Every day your Farmers' Market is given golden opportunities to increase your customer numbers. Are more
Taste at the Hawkes Bay Farmers' Market
Paolo Pancotti knows a good cheese when he tastes it. The chef of Napier restaurant Milk and Honey comes from Milan, the home of rich more
How to Feed the World
There are a billion hungry people in the world and that number could rise as food insecurity increases along with population growth, economic more

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