Improving consumer experience with a product data standard
Reliable, complete and consistent product data plays an important role in enabling a seamless experience.
Solid bar toiletries to replace plastic
Ethique is helping New Zealanders – and many others across the world – rid their bathrooms of single use plastic bottles one wash at a time.
RAIN in Lower Hutt – your new experience
New Zealand businesses are invited to discover the latest in RFID (radio frequency identification) for themselves, courtesy of technology innovator Times-7.
Engineering timber for more sustainable buildings
The future of engineered timber for construction is here. . .
RFID on-farm trialling continues
On-farm trials continue to explore the potential productivity gains for New Zealand farmers from the use of Ultra High Frequency (UHF) RFID technology.
Microgreens from a basement near you
Microgreens grown in central city locations and delivered daily to nearby consumers for their culinary delight and good health.
GS1 codes of practice shelved
GS1 has withdrawn two old codes of practice for the retail sector, one permanently and one until further notice.
An idea of a Building Products Library
How can the building industry get real value from an online library of trusted information on building products?
Snackaballs for health-conscious people
Tom and Luke of Wainuiomata had a very simple idea: Let’s give busy people a genuinely healthy option in the snack food market
Tackling plastic waste
Chief Science Advisor calls for more data and standardisation.
Fresh milk from farm to supermarket
From a traditional dairy farm to a branded foods company, Oaklands Milk has had a busy seven years.
GS1 Standards for the “new plastics economy”
Plastic packaging that isn't recyclable or compostable will be a thing of the past, one day.