Suppliers Case Studies

Several case studies are detailed below to highlight the working relationship Foodstuffs has with its' suppliers.

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  • Sealord


    In association with New Worlds Little Shop 2014 and 2015, Sealord's Little Boat campaign was a roaring success! Sales, range and brand awareness were increased and in 2015 it helped grow sales across Sealord product lines 4.2% vs the previous period.

  • GS1 NET:  Arataki Honey Ltd - Hawke's Bay Division

    GS1 NET: Arataki Honey Ltd - Hawke's Bay Division

    From start to 'LIVE' the GS1 Net team within Foodstuffs made the somewhat daunting task flow with ease and empowered a shared sense of achievement within the team.

  • GS1 NET: Cottonsoft

    GS1 NET: Cottonsoft

    Cottonsoft embarked on this project back in May 2007 initially preparing our Data Template.  This was a fantastic tool for identifying the 'holes' in our system and we made several changes to help us maintain the integrity of data, both internally and for GS1net purposes.

  • GS1 NET: Romano’s Foods Ltd./Maxwells Pastry Ltd

    GS1 NET: Romano’s Foods Ltd./Maxwells Pastry Ltd

    Romano's Foods Ltd./Maxwells Pastry Ltd. is a pizza manufacturing company that supplies all the major supermarkets in the North and South Island. In March 2009, we started the process of becoming a GS1net Live Ready and achieved the GS1net Live status in August 2009.

  • Living Foods

    Living Foods began as a sprout company in 1993 and, after one year began producing salads for the Foodstuffs group under the Fresh Express label. Fresh Express became the benchmark for fresh salads in NZ and continues to lead the market.

  • Yarrows Family Bakers

    Yarrows Family Bakers

    Yarrows Family Bakers, one of the last and largest remaining independently owned bakeries in New Zealand, was founded in the small South Taranaki township of Manaia in 1923.

  • Tegel


    Tegel is New Zealand's market-leading, fully integrated poultry producer. The company is involved in the breeding, hatching, processing, marketing and distribution of poultry products across both the North and South Islands.

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