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Foodstuffs National Policy.
GS1net is a data synchronisation network managed by GS1. GS1 is a non-profit organisation that provides a common language for international trade and commerce, primarily a series of standards designed to improve supply chain management.
A website solution has been developed for vendors that require minimum effort electronically to trade with Foodstuffs.
Foodstuffs is a signatory to the New Zealand Packaging Accord 2004: Brand Owners and Retailers Sector Action Plan. The Packaging Accord is a joint initiative to reduce packaging waste.
Food Safety Policy
As part of the requirements under the Exemption to the Food Hygiene Regulations (1974) Foodstuffs South Island Limited has set up an approved supplier database on behalf of our stores.
Each year the Foodstuffs companies ask their vendors to assist them through the exceptionally busy Christmas trading period by voluntarily avoiding any unnecessary price increases and/or product launches at this time.
Foodstuffs’ Pledge to Promote Healthier Eating