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. 

 

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

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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Te Mata Figs

Fig growers Helen Walker and Murray Douglas have rejoiced in a bountiful crop, ripened in the same warmth and dry that burned off nearby Hawkes Bay grazing land.

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Primo Baits

To catch lots of fish, you need great bait. Every keen fisher knows that. But finding a ready (and legal) supply of the best bait is easier said than done.

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Over the Moon Dairy

Cows don't jump, even on the lush pastures of the South Waikato.

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FarmWorks

New Zealand leads the world in pasture-based dairy production.

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