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Best New Product Award Winners Announced

Best New Product Award Winners Announced At Fine Food NZ 2014, June 22 - 24

The winners of the Best New Product Awards for the food and hospitality industry were announced tonight at Fine Food NZ, an international trade exhibition for the

BEST NEW PRODUCT AWARD WINNERS

Best New Equipment Product

Winner: J.L Lennard NZ with IceZone

An industry leading sanitation system that keeps ice machines or beverage dispensers clean. Ice machines can be difficult to keep clean in hospitality environments - IceZone prevents slime, mould, bacteria, viruses and yeast from growing inside the surfaces.

Best New Foodservice Product

Winner: Sealord Chilli Battered Prawns

Made from large, tender Vannamei White Prawns, farmed in sea water. The whole prawns are marinated in spices, coated in crispy batter, pre-fried then snap frozen.

The product can be deep fried or oven baked, and is versatile for a number of menu Best New Retail Product

Winner: Bennetto Drinking Chocolate

Premium, 70% cocoa dark chocolate, specifically formulated for dissolving into hot milk. All ingredients are organic and originate from sustainable sources - drinking chocolate in its purest form. Bennetto is a New Zealand company committed to making a difference.

Fine Food New Zealand, this country’s foremost international trade show for the food and hospitality industries, is playing host to more than 250 exhibitors from New Zealand and abroad, and in excess of 6,500 buyers from around the world during its three day stint this week.

Dona White, CEO of North Port Events that runs Fine Food NZ, is excited to see a wide range of innovative new products for the food and foodservice industries

“The winners of this year’s Best New Product Awards will all add great value to the food and beverage industry, and I’m sure the buyers who are attending the show will be looking at them with great interest,” says White.

“Food, beverage and hospitality are all growth areas in New Zealand, and it’s fantastic to see an investment in exciting new products that will fuel the industry.”

Fine Food NZ runs from June 22nd – June 24th at ASB Showgrounds, Auckland.
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