The study, conducted at 40 schools, found that 90 per cent of children did not have the recommended amount of fruit and veg.
EU boss Ursula Von der Leyen said about 20 million tons of wheat remained stuck in Ukraine while Black Sea ports are closed during the conflict.
Seven Sharp spent $100 at a supermarket and compared this to smaller retailer options to find out where you can get the best bang for your buck.
News of the change was quietly announced through in-store signage in supermarkets.
Fair Go also ran some all important taste tests.
One farmer said there's "real concern" a shock may be on the way and there will be a "big reset" in what people are willing to pay for lamb.
A customer in Timaru discovered their McBites were raw, leading to a nationwide recall earlier this month. The issue has since been resolved.
In a pre-Budget chat with Grant Robertson, an isolating Prime Minister revealed how Covid had affected her.
It comes as the world leader called on Britons to return to the office.
The former MP feels the "supermarket barons will continue to spirit away profits year by year" otherwise.
Statistics NZ's latest figures show the annual inflation of food prices remains high after reaching a 10-year record in April.
It comes after competitor Countdown last week announced a price freeze on over 500 items.
Paediatricians are warning against watering down formula to stretch supplies or using online DIY recipes.
They say profit levels are unacceptable at a time when many factors are causing price rises.
"This is a real issue for New Zealanders and people are paying a lot," the Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister said.
Modelling by Plant and Food Research shows if emissions aren't tackled, apples wouldn't grow in parts of the North Island.
There are a record number of entries in this year's New Zealand Spirits Awards.
Consumer NZ chief executive Jon Duffy said the freeze suggested Countdown's profits were too high.
Almost 193 million people in 53 countries suffered acute food insecurity in 2021 due to what the UN said was a "toxic triple combination" of events.
A study found most consumers mistakenly think wine and spirits are always a healthier choice.