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How Countdown will change in lockdown

Supermarket details the changes coming to stores amid lockdown.

Food delivery, non-essential stores to close under lockdown

Still unclear whether non-essential businesses can sell online after midnight tonight.

Food retailers urged to adapt to survive isolated customers

Food retailers are being urged to adapt to survive the social isolation measures Kiwis are taking on.

Retailers react to online price gouging, panic buying

Trade Me enacts new emergency policy, and Countdown urges shoppers to be thoughtful.

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Nando’s appoints new CEO for ANZ

Amanda Banfield to take over from longtime CEO Craig Mason in June.

Taco Bell owner to expand after solid first half

Fast food operator says it will open seven Taco Bell stores in Australia and six in New Zealand this year.

Countdown testing ten weeks without plastic produce bags

Three of the chain’s stores will see more than a tonne of plastic removed over the test period.

Costco launches online in Australia ahead of first store opening in NZ

Retail giant offering wide of products, with plans to add fresh food at a later date.

Countdown to ditch unnecessary plastic as part of trial

Three stores to phase out more than a tonne of plastic starting February 10.

Guzman y Gomez eyes New Zealand for potential expansion

GYG co-founder has long searched for the right partner in NZ.

The end of the checkout signals a dire future for those without the right skills

In the coming decade we might see radically larger numbers of jobs lost to automation.

BurgerFuel exits Iraq as threat of war looms

Business sees no prospect of operating in Iraq moving forward.