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Uber Eats injects $5 million into A/NZ operations as demand surges
“We are putting in place a range of initiatives to continue to support restaurant partners, particularly small business owners, as they keep their kitchens firing to feed people across the country.”
Deliveroo takes rider safety seriously with new advisory panel
The panel includes 10 Deliveroo riders from across the country, who will meet once a month to discuss rider safety and raise awareness about what issues they face on the roads.
SparkLabs Cultiv8 demoday kicks off in September
SparkLabs Cultiv8 designed the event to bring together entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, media and government to focus on how food is created, distributed and consumed, and consider how this can be done better.
Three quick tips for IT professionals to start cooking more at home
When cooking a meal from scratch requires an entire grocery trip, technical kitchen skills and a clean-up afterwards – it’s easy to see why people are going the fast food route.
New Kiwi app looks to reduce food waste
We all have a part to play in making better choices to reduce our environmental impact and technology can help us with that.”
Gallery: Server Fervor! HPE treats their disties with foodtrucks
Gallery: The HPE Food Truck visited the workplaces of Dicker Data, Ingram Micro and Arrow
Don’t know where to eat? Blockchain for foodies aims to help
Munchee, a popular food review mobile app, has announced a new platform that looks to disrupt sites like Yelp and Google Places...
Australian food safety: Could blockchain be the unexpected solution?
The number one priority must be consumer safety and new technologies such as blockchain have the potential to shake up the global trade of food.
Lightning Labs XX helps ignite Sipreme's 'future food' for tech lovers
Sipreme's future food for busy tech lovers has grown a lot in 5 months. Lightning Lab XX, high demand & formula improvements make it better than ever.
NZ food prices rise at fastest pace since 2011, led by rising fruit and veggie prices
New Zealand food prices rose at their fastest annual pace in over three years in March, pushed higher by rising fruit and vegetable prices.
NZ food prices rise 1.3% in January, on spike in apples, kiwifruit, vegetables
New Zealand food prices rose in January, as a smaller, later apple crop drove prices for the fruit to the highest in 16 years, while kiwifruit, str
New Zealand food prices rise in Dec, on seasonal fruits and meat
New Zealand food prices rose in December, following a fall in November, led by more expensive fruit and meat, while dairy products fell.