He talked the walk – and walked it

Auckland City Harbour News - - OPINION -

Zealand-caught. Any food prod­uct sold in New Zealand must meet strin­gent food safety and qual­ity stan­dards, set and mon­i­tored by the Min­istry for Pri­mary In­dus­tries.

‘‘We have our own su­per­mar­ket safety and qual­ity re­quire­ments for any prod­uct we sell, in­clud­ing keep­ing fish at the re­quired tem­per­a­ture ev­ery step of the way un­til it is pur­chased by the cus­tomers. All frozen seafood must com­ply with food safety re­quire­ments when com­ing back to New Zealand.’’

Michael Bas­sett: ‘‘Plan­ning a sec­ond har­bour cross­ing is much more ur­gent – ab­so­lutely vi­tal in the very near fu­ture.’’

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