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Claire Turnbull spoke with TVNZ1's Breakfast today.
More than 2500 homes and businesses remain on a boil water notice.
Pomeroy's wants to "Pay the Sisters as much as the Misters".
Testing showed no nutritional benefits of light proof milk bottles.
James Wong can also tell you how to pick the best tomato from the supermarket.
The dairy giant is standing by its product.
Peter Williams says the issues goes back to the 1930's.
Consumer NZ says it tested Anchor's light-proof milk bottles and found little difference in terms of vitamins to its competitors.
NZ Food and Grocery Council says Sanitarium was "left with no option" but going to court.
The illegal use of pesticide at poultry farms has sparked a widespread food safety scare across Europe.
Other workers have also complained over not being paid for trials by the Wellington cafe.
Officials said there was no word on who missed out on pizza deliveries.
Karma Cola will be sold in his Italian and Barbecoa restaurants.
The Medical Association says the sales of alcohol at supermarkets is "dangerous".
MPI will review 120 submissions from bee keepers and honey producers over the next eight weeks.
Kiwifruit growers say the mud being imported from South Korea could bring a new biological threat into the country.
The Harvey family garden has hardly grown during the winter months, and egg laying is almost non-existent, so how have they avoided the supermarket?
Food and Agritech specialist Doctor Rosie Baker says laboratory grown meat is expected to become considered a normal food.
The Taupo pie comes at a modest price of $4.90.
Blackenbrook winery is very successful but it's resisting the traditional growth-based path to success.
The product was a six pack of Westie Mince +Cheese purchased from a Countdown.
Soul mocktails are made in NZ but could soon be in the Oscars goodie bags in Hollywood.
That's the question our farmers are asking as a new fake meat product hits the shops tomorrow.
Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder - or ARFID - is a severe aversion to most types of food.
Breakfast is sharing stories about the fussy eating habits of youngsters.
The durian is a delicacy, but also has quite the fragrance, as our adventurous pair found out.
Matterhorn opened as a Swiss coffee house in 1963.
Professor Boyd Swinburn says the Government must take action to reduced childhood obesity.
Katherine Lynch wants to show Kiwi families how easy it is to cook healthy, nutritious meals on a budget.
A nutritionist says the food does not cut-it.
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Shag still had a few words to say before getting out of his seat to leave the press conference.
He admits joining forces with Kim Dotcom was a mistake, and has learnt from it.
The 68-year-old driver is due to appear in Invercargill District court today on a range of driving charges.
The former PM is in the country promoting a new film on her own run for the UN.
The Warriors have gone down 36-18 at the hands of the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium.
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