About Sandrine Marrassé

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Sandrine Marrassé has created 58 blog entries.

Pete’s Natural coverage in KiaOra magazine and Stuff

It's been an exciting year for our client Pete's Natural. The small family-owned business in Motueka has expanded its range to include two new functional beverages and was first to market in New Zealand with a hemp seed-infused drink. Its Hemp Manuka Sparkling beverage launched alongside another new drink, Lemon Manuka Switchel. Look out for [...]

Originair on Stuff

We've been busy helping our client Originair communicate its most recent news to its valued customers and the media. Originair's Air Operating Certificate has been issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand, which means that the Nelson-based airline was able to begin operating its own Jetstream aircraft independently as of 29 November 2019 [...]

O-I Australia sustainability article in Beer & Brewer

It was great to interview independent Australian breweries Two Birds (Brewer and Co-owner Jayne Lewis pictured above) and Stone & Wood on behalf of our client O-I Australia. We talked to the breweries about sustainable packaging and a closed-loop glass recycling system for an article in the Aussie publication Beer & Brewer. Two Birds and [...]

Cawthron Institute to host Open Oceans Aquaculture Symposium

Open Ocean Aquaculture is the new frontier in the marine sector, one that is vitally important to New Zealand and others around the world as the demand for food protein increases. WaltersPR is proud to be assisting Cawthron Institute to promote its inaugural Open Oceans Aquaculture Symposium, which brings together industry, iwi, government, and global [...]

O-I New Zealand survey reveals perceptions about glass packaging

New Zealand’s only glass bottle manufacturer, O-I New Zealand, in support of some of Aotearoa’s top craft breweries, took the opportunity to survey attendees at the 2019 Wellington Food Show on their thoughts and knowledge about glass. This year’s Wellington Food Show was the biggest yet with just under 15,500 people visiting over three days. [...]

Load More Posts