Member stories

GS1 New Zealand members are varied and diverse; like the nation itself, the GS1 community thrives on diversity.

At GS1 New Zealand, suppliers and customers meet in a spirit of cooperation unseen anywhere else in the corporate world. Industry and geographic boundaries are crossed and every business, from micro to multinational, enjoys equal standing. 

 

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Woolworths NZ

Kitty Ling, Woolworths shares her experience using Product Flow at Woolworths.

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Garage Project

The constant brewer

Garage Project is a place where people are challenging the very notion of what beer is and can be.

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Healthy breakfasts, healthy business growth

Something To Crow About has just that!

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Eco friendly

Eco-friendly Entrepeneurs

Passion for less plastic wrapping in everyday life has made accidental entrepreneurs of Stacia Jenson and Miko Hayashi.

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Pics Really Good Peanut Butter

Pic's Really Good Peanut Butter

With the use GS1 standards, Pic's peanut butter is spreading across the world smoothly.

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Ceracell

Ceracell

Business is humming for Bruce Clow. He and his family own and run beekeeping products supplier Ceracell

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Greenroots Juicery

Greenroots Juicery

People can be drinking Greenroots Juicery products just 24 hours after their ingredients have been harvested from field, garden or orchard.

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Countdown

Kitty Ling from Countdown talks about the importance of high quality images and a digital asset management system.

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Heinz Wattie's

Simon from Heinz Wattie's talks about the importance of high quality images and using GS1's digital management asset system.

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Foodstuffs North Island

Lavika from Foodstuffs talks about the importance of high quality images and a digital asset management system.

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Wobbly Wedge Uses

Wobbly Wedge

Everyone knows how irritating a wobbly table can be in a restaurant. Mike Rather has the answer and he has turned it into a steadily growing little business.

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Vede Crede

Vede & Crede

Under the harsh sun of the south-western Sahara, the Berber people know how to look after their skin. 

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