North Shore Times : November 4th 2010
2 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 4, 2010 NEWS Office Ph 489 4189 Fax 486 1950 Editor Peter Eley email: email@example.com Sales Manager Alan Barr email: firstname.lastname@example.org Circulation Ph 525 2022 Fax 580 1648 email: email@example.com Classifieds Ph 525 2100 Fax 580 1643 email: clsad@snl co nz 69,797 Audited Circulation (ABC Jan-Dec '09.) Delivered each Tuesday/Thursday/ Friday to Albany, Beach Haven, Bayswater, Bayview, Belmont, Birkdale, Birkenhead, Brookfield, Browns Bay, Bushlands, Campbells Bay, Castor Bay, Chatswood, Chester Park, Devonport, Forrest Hill, Glenfield, Greenhithe, Hillcrest, Mairangi Bay, Meadowood, Milford, Murrays Bay, Northcote, Northcross, Okura, Paremoremo, Pinehill, Rothesay Bay, Schnapper Rock, Stanley Point, Sunnynook, Takapuna, Torbay, Unsworth Heights, Waiake, Wainoni, Westlake, Windsor Park. 1 Byron Ave, Takapuna. P.O. Box 33235. www.northshoretimes.co.nz Hours: 8.30am-5pm NATIONAL PARTNERS LOCAL SUPPORTERS eDay near you Carpark 2, Smales Farm Enter via Shakespeare Road Extension, North Shore Sat6Nov,9am--3pm Mark and Paulette Rowley For personal, professional service to all areas Phone 445-9800 (24 hours) Office and Chapel 16-18 Anne Street, Devonport www.rowleyfunerals.co.nz 2591265AA 09 480 6629 firstname.lastname@example.org 114 Lake Road, Northcote www.114dental.co.nz Following retirement of David Corkill, the Practice continues with Marion as Practice Manager. Introducing respected Dentist Mac and very competent and experienced Craig who has a special interest in endodontics. We are fortunate to have Annetjie as our Hygienist with 20 years experience. Our aim is to provide quality Dental care utilising the latest techniques & technology. Please phone 480 6629 for an appointment 114 DENTALSTUDIO 3223453AB Reopening delayed North Shore Leisure Takapuna re-opening date has been delayed. Additional sealing of the pool surface has been required. The new open- ing date is Saturday, November 13. There will be a free open day between 10am and 4pm. The creche will open as planned on November 8. The centre will also extend its hours from November 13. It will be open Monday to Friday 5.30am to 9pm and weekends from 8am to 6pm. Visit www.north shoreleisure.co.nz. Nutty butter's a healthy choice Top spread: 100% Nutz owner Paul Jolly with his award winning peanut butter Guests at the New Zealand Food Awards last week had to digest a stark statistic: The world s population is expected to grow to 9 billion by 2050. The awards are sponsored by Massey University, and Vice-Chancellor Steve Mahar- ey says that figure provides a huge opportunity. Our primary industries, and the food and beverage sec- tor in particular, are the cor- nerstone of the New Zealand economy. We feed around 20 million people, but our aim has to be to lift this production dramati- cally from the current $23 billion in exports to more than $40b over the next 10 years. We believe that this will only come through innovation driven by partnership between the university and industry. One of the top awards was won by Albany start-up com- pany 100% Nutz. It makes peanut butter that uses a variety of peanut nat- urally high in monoun- saturated fats, similar to the fatty acid combination of olive oil. The product contains no added salt or oil. Nutz took out the Heart Foundation Tick Healthier Choice Award. Owner Paul Jolly says the award is hugely satisfying. We ve come full circle, from developing the product and getting it on the shelf and now our customers are loving it. It s every new business owner s dream, he says. Award judges commented that it s difficult to deliver a no-added-salt product that meets consumer expectations for taste. However 100% Nutz achieved great flavour and texture using no additional ingredients other than high quality peanuts. Heart Foundation Tick nutrition manager Rhodi Bul- loch says the product is a good natural source of healthy monounsaturated fats. Monounsaturated fats may help to lower cholesterol levels, a risk factor for heart disease, New Zealand s single biggest killer of adults. The Massey University Supreme Award was won by a company which makes pre- mium ready-to-eat meals. The quinoa, mushroom and roast vegetable ready-meals, made by Auckland s Tasty Pot Company, were chosen ahead of more than 90 overall entries. The product was also named winner of the Zespri Award for Innovation in Food Products and winner of the convenience and meal solutions award.
North Shore Times 2nd November
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