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The foodservice industry is a cornerstone of the New Zealand economy with an annual turnover of over $6 billion, employing over 100,000 workers. It is visited by 340,000 diners each week and serves another 1.15 million takeaway customers.

With information at a premium, Restaurant & Cafe gives up to date news, feature stories and relevant editorial commentary on the industry. Restaurants and cafes have the leading share of the foodservice industry market with half of the sales occurring at these types of businesses and while the New Zealand economy continues to have difficulties, the challenges facing operators are being tackled by them through marketing initiatives, menu assessments, and innovative technology.

Restaurant & Cafe delivers strong editorial from its team of knowledgeable vibrant writers in a broadsheet format that is lively, easy to read and informative, always conscious of being a cost effective media solution for advertisers

CONTACT US

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Suite 9, Level 3, 20 Augustus Tce, Parnell
PO Box 37 140 Parnell, Auckland 1151 New Zealand
Ph: (09) 304 0142 / Fax: (09) 377 2794


Restaurant & Café

Terms and Conditions

Acceptance of advertising orders
a) We will accept all written advertising orders and will confirm all verbal orders in writing by email.
b) An advertiser may amend or cancel any booking without penalty if written notice is received and receipted by Review Publishing Co Ltd before the advertising cancellation date. Cancellation date is deemed to be the 15th of the month prior to date of publication. For example 15th March for an April issue. Special positions such as Front cover, back cover, inside front cover/dps, inside back cover or cover wrap the cancellation date is 5th of the month prior to publication issue date. i.e. April issue cancellation date is 5th March.
c) If an advertiser cancels all or part of an advertising booking after the cancellation date, or does not meet the advised deadline, we reserve the right to repeat a previously used advertisement and charge the full advertising rate.

Contract rates
a) We will apply appropriate contract rates for multiple space usage for the period of the contract.
b) We will protect rates for the period of the written and confirmed contract, however should paper prices or postage rates increase during the contract period, we will hold the rate only for three subsequent issues following our rate increase advice.
c) In cases where actual advertising space used falls below the contracted volume, we will surcharge all space taken to the rate appropriate to the volume of space used.
Prompt Payment & Other Discounts
Any discounts offered are dependent upon the account being paid under our terms and conditions. Any discounts offered which reduce the price per insertion to less than that listed on the ratecard are referred to as a prompt payment discount and are subject to our trading terms of 20th of the month following invoice. We reserve the right to re-invoice to ratecard rates, and reverse the prompt payment discount, should the account not be paid within the required period of our trading terms.

Copy/Material
a) Advertising material or copy must be received by advised deadline and according to our published specifications.
b) If an advertisement is required to be designed and set by us, additional costs for this service will apply. For advertising agencies, this will be a non-commission bearing cost. If advertising material is prepared by Review Publishing Co at no charge then the high resolution material will not be released to the client unless a release fee is paid.
c) We reserve the right to place ‘advertisement’ above any copy/material which, in our opinion, resembles editorial copy.
d) The advertiser warrants to the publisher that all copy/material complies with all laws, statutes, regulations, codes of practice and any standards applicable to our publications or determined by any relevant regulatory agency or industry self regulatory body complies with any standard or requirement specified by us and notified to the advertiser from time to time is not defamatory or does not infringe copyright, trademark or other legal rights of any person is not false, misleading and is true in substance and in fact does not infringe upon the Fair Trading Act 1966 (NZ) (as amended). The advertiser acknowledges that the publisher in accepting the advertisement relies on the provision of this clause and agrees to indemnify the publisher, its employees, affiliates and agents against any action, claim, loss or expense, legal or otherwise, arising as a result of the publication (or non-publication) of any advertisement.
e) Advertising material is held at the advertiser’s risk; is not insured; will only be held unused for six months; and will only be returned on request and at advertisers expense.

General
a) The publisher reserves the right to decline and may, at its discretion, cancel or reschedule any advertisement and accepts no responsibility for late or non-insertion through accident or otherwise.
b) Placement of any advertisement (except where actual position is confirmed in writing) is at the publisher’s discretion.
c) Casual displacement, rejection or omission of an advertisement does not invalidate a space order.
d) Whilst every care is taken, the publisher will not accept any liability for loss whatsoever incurred through either the content of, or the incorrect appearance of an advertisement.
e) Annual subscription includes 11 issues of the printed magazine plus the weekly online newsletter.

Taxes and levies
All quoted rates are exclusive of GST and any Government taxes/levies and are quoted in New Zealand dollars.

Payment terms
a) Accounts for advertisements are due and payable by 20th of the month following the invoice date. Advertisers and their advertising agents are jointly and severally responsible for payment due.
b) PMAA accredited Advertising Agencies: Commission of 15% if payment received by the last day of the month following invoice date; 0% if paid after the 15th of the second month following invoice date. In the event the advertising agency does meet these payment terms, the publisher reserves the right to approach the Advertiser direct for payment and, in any such case, the Advertising Agency will have no claim on commission whatsoever.
c) If payment for advertising is not made by the due date the Advertiser and Advertising Agency will be liable at market rates for all costs of recovery, commissions and collection fees.
d) Overdue accounts will incur a 15% non payment penalty per month, until the payment is settled.
e) RPL reserves the right to publish a notice of unpaid debts in its publications and/or website for any overdue invoices. RPL will not be liable for any loss or damage sustained by the client relating to the publishing of this notice/s.
f) Any discounts offered which reduce the price per insertion to less than that listed on the ratecard are referred to as a prompt payment discount and are subject to our trading terms of 20th of the month following invoice. We reserve the right to re-invoice to ratecard rates, and reverse the prompt payment discount, should the account not be paid within the required period of our trading terms.

RPL is a specialist magazine publisher and undertakes to provide you with a professional service. We undertake to publish your advertisement according to written instructions, and if material is received on time and according to our written specifications, to the best of our and our printer’s ability and be of acceptable quality.


Vitasoy Espress Yourself Latte Art Challenge Promotion

Terms and Conditions

Due to circumstances beyond the control of the promoters the dates and conditions have had to be changed to accommodate the new finals date and venue.

Upon submitting an entry, entrants acknowledge that they understand the following terms and conditions. Please note that these terms and conditions include individual responsibilities and requirements of representation imposed on the winner.

  1. Promotional Period: 1 July 2018 at 12:01am NZDT to 31 July 2019 at 11:59pm NZDT.
  2. To enter, simply take a photo of your latte art, either free pour or designer or both (as single entries), with dairy or plant milk, and upload to Instagram using the hashtag #espressyourselfnz and tag @restaurantandcafenz.
  3. If you are chosen as a finalist for the Vitasoy Espress Yourself Latte Art Challenge, you will be required to provide a photograph of yourself taken with your latte art entry to attest to your work so make sure that you have a photo taken at the same time as your entry photograph and hold on to it.
  4. If you don’t have Instagram, then email submissions are also accepted at espressyourself@reviewmags.com.
  5. Mail entries are also accepted at:

VITASOY ESPRESS YOURSELF Latte Art Challenge

PO Box 37140 Parnell

Auckland 1052

 

Entries Close for Vitasory Espress Yourself Latte Art Challenge on 20 July 2019

Finalists announced 25 July 2019

Winners announced 13 August 2019

  1. Competitors must be working within the hospitality sector in New Zealand. Entries are not permitted from outside New Zealand.
  2. Competitors must submit photographs of actual latte art that they have produced. Images are not to be filtered, adjusted or altered using any software. Competitors, by submitting an entry confirm that their images have not been tampered with.
  3. All entries will be loaded onto the VITASOY ESPRESS YOURSELF Latte Art Competition website as part of Restaurant & Cafe magazine.
  4. All entries will also be eligible for an additional award – Monthly Latte Champion. This will be awarded according to the scores given to each piece of latte art by the judging panel.
  5. The judges will be nominated by the Promoter and they will select three finalists. The entrants will be judged on the most original and creative latte art.
  6. The Promoter will contact the finalists via their Instagram page.
  7. These finalists for the live Vitasoy Espress Yourself Latte Art Challenge will be required to attend a live judging in Auckland on 11 August 2019. Finalists (if from outside of Auckland) will be flown to Auckland, at the Promoter’s expense, for the final judging. One night’s accommodation will be paid by the Promoter for each finalist travelling from outside of Auckland.
  8. The Vitasoy Espress Yourself Challenge is a gallery of artistic expression in a competition platform that challenges baristas from around New Zealand to put their best latte art up on Instagram. All of the images will be judged by a panel of three industry professionals. A selection of the finalists (3) will be made and these baristas will compete live in Auckland at the National Hospitality Championships on 11 August 2019 in two separate rounds.
  9. At the Finals challenge, baristas will be required to:
    a) Produce a single creative pattern within 10 minutes that will be photographed.
    b) The finalists will then free pour two identical lattes from one pitcher of dairy milk and one pitcher of plant milk.
    c) Finally, each barista will produce two identical designer lattes, etching or surface decoration or surface aid permitted.
    d) Points will be attributed to:

Visual attributes
Creativity and innovation
Level of intricacy
Identical patterns and contrast patterns
Overall performance

  1. Finalists must use the plant based and dairy milk brands provided by the Promoter which will be advised in the information pack sent to the finalists. The final of the Vitasoy Espress Yourself Latte Art Challenge takes place over one day at the National Hospitality Championships on 11 August 2019.
  2. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered in to.
  3. Prizes:

1st prize
$5,000 for plant based or dairy pour via direct deposit to the winner’s nominated bank account;
2nd prize
$2,000 for plant based or dairy pour via direct deposit to the winner’s nominated bank account;
3rd prize
$1,000 for plant based or dairy pour via direct deposit to the winner’s nominated bank account;

  1. Monthly Latte Champion.

Entries Close for Monthly Latte Champion Prize 30 June 2019

There will be additional prizes of $250 cash, once a month (last draw June 2019) leading up to the National Hospitality Championships on 11 August 2019, and that is for the Monthly Latte Champion, which will be paid via direct deposit to the winners’ nominated bank accounts. Competition for monthly prize has been extended to 30 June 2019. Last monthly winner announced July 2019 for the June 2019 prizewinner.

  1. Entries are deemed to be received at the time of receipt by the Promoter and not at the time of transmission or deposit by the entrant. Records of the Promoter and its agencies are final and conclusive as to the time of receipt.
  2. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to validate and check the authenticity of entries and entrant’s details (including an entrant’s identity, age and place of residence). In the event that a winner cannot provide suitable proof, the winner will forfeit the prize in whole and no substitute will be offered.
  3. The Promoter reserves the right to disqualify entries in the event of non-compliance with these terms and conditions. In the event that there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Promotion, the decision of the Promoter is final and binding on each entrant and no correspondence will be entered into.
  4. The winners will participate in and co-operate as required with all reasonable marketing and editorial activities relating to the Promotion, including (but not limited to) being recorded, photographed, filmed or interviewed and acknowledges that the Promoter may use any such marketing and editorial material without further reference or compensation to them.
  5. Entrants warrant that they own the intellectual property in each entry and by entering, all entrants license and grant the Promoter and Vitasoy Australia Products Pty Ltd an exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, worldwide, irrevocable, and sub-licensable right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish and display their entry (including any portion of their entry) for any purpose, including but not limited to future promotional, marketing or publicity purposes, in any media, without compensation, restriction on use, attribution or liability.
  6. The Promoter reserves the right to change the terms and conditions provided it does not alter the outcome of the competition.
  7. Promoter: Review Publishing Co Limited.

PITCHme Foodservice 2019

Terms and Conditions

  • All submissions must be in a word document with the correct number referencing your answer.
  • Images must be supplied in minimum of 300dpi high resolution. Product images must be on a white background. Additional product images may be attached to your entry – these can be recipe or styled shots.
  • Entries close 30 June 2019.
  • Finalists will be advised by 30 July 2019.
  • All finalists will be required to be available for interview. Date and time of interview to be advised by 30 July 2019. Interviews will be in Auckland between the 11th and 13th of August 2019.
  • All entrants will be required to supply eight samples of each product. These must be despatched to the relevant supplied addresses prior to 30 June 2019.
  • Pricing – We recognise that pricing information is industry sensitive and all entries are held in confidence. Only the PITCHme panellists and the organising committee will be privy to the information. No information will be released to any other party.
  • Entry information – if an entry does not make it through to the finalist level, the entry information documents will be destroyed.
  • Finalists – information regarding the finalists and public domain information may be used to promote the PITCHme campaign.
  • Entries to be submitted to: PITCHme, PO Box 37140, Parnell, Auckland or email to pitchme@reviewmags.com by 30 June 2019.

 


WENDY’S BURGER CHALLENGE 2019

 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN

A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. 

This contest is sponsored by Wendco (NZ) Limited.

INTRODUCTION: Wendy’s invites you to submit your most delicious and creative burger recipe to participate in Wendy’s Burger Challenge in a live cook-off.

ELIGIBILITY: Wendy’s Burger Challenge is open only to pupils from intermediate and secondary schools in New Zealand. Entrants must be under the age of 18 at the time of the competition.

The following individuals are not eligible to enter: employees, contractors, directors, shareholders and officers of Wendco (NZ) Limited, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, suppliers, web design, advertising, fulfilment, judging and contest agencies involved in the administration, development, fulfilment and execution of Wendy’s Burger Challenge, and the immediate family members (spouse, parent, child, sibling and spouse or “step” of each) and those living in the same households of each such individual.

TO ENTER: Create an original burger recipe, forward the recipe in word doc, entry information as listed under “Enter the Contest” and one 300dpi photo of the burger entry to contest organisers.

Entries Close 30 June 2019

Finalists Announced 13 July 2019

Finals Competition 13 August 2019 at Trusts Arena.

Email: wendys@reviewmags.com

Post: Wendy’s Burger Challenge

PO Box 37140, Parnell, Auckland.

  1. The Contest will be conducted in three sequential phases: 1. Recipe Entry Judging, 2. Finalist Selection 3. National Finalist Cook-Off.

IMPORTANT: You must complete all of the following steps in order to ensure your Recipe is submitted for consideration and review into Wendy’s Burger Challenge.

REGISTRATION: Proceed to the website (www.restaurantandcafe.co.nz) Click on the tile WENDY’S BURGER CHALLENGE and follow the prompts to enter.

Once on the website, click on the “Enter the Contest” link and enter all of the requested information.

You will be asked to provide your school name, contact person or team leader, address, telephone, email, and the date of birth of each team member. A team can be made up of 1 or 2 students, the name of your recipe, your patty type, bread/bun type, introduction, list of ingredients, recipe instructions, and recipe yield.

You will also have the option to include a cooking tip. Upload a photo of the completed burger and a photograph of the team members with the entry. Each entrant team releases all ownership rights of the recipe and photograph to organisers upon submission. If you have questions on how to submit a recipe or are having problems with the upload process, please contact the organisers.

Complete the registration step by clicking the “Register Your Recipe” button.

If you prefer to enter by alternate means, refer to Rule 10 below.

If you do not complete this registration step, your Recipe will not be submitted for review and possible inclusion into the Contest or eligible for a prize.

Registration must be completed by 11:59:59pm on June 30, 2019 or your recipe will not be submitted into the review process for the contest.

CONFIRMATION OF ENTRY:

Once you click the “Register Your Entry” button, you should see a “Thank You” page on your internet browser. This Thank You page confirms that your entry recipe has been received and submitted into the review process. Your recipe will be reviewed to ensure that your submission complies with these

Official Rules. Please note that at this point your Submission is undergoing review and is not yet considered a finalist for the cook-off.

Once your recipe is reviewed, you will receive a confirmation email at the email address you supplied on the registration form. If your recipe complies with all official rules, the confirmation email will state that your Submission has been accepted as an Approved Entry into the Contest and you will be considered a contest entrant (“Entrant”). If your Recipe is not accepted as an Approved Entry, the Confirmation Email will detail the reasons why your Recipe was declined.

Submissions that do not include all required information and do not adhere to the foregoing and following requirements will be considered void and will not be considered in the judging of this contest.

There is no limit to the number of approved entries an individual can submit in the contest. An approved entry is defined as a recipe that has been registered on the contest website through the process above and has received a corresponding confirmation email stating that the recipe has been accepted into the contest. The same recipe may not be registered for the contest more than once from one entrant.

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY: As conditions of entry into this contest, and by entering a submission, entrant warrants and represents that the submission:

  1. a) is original and has been legally created;
  2. b) does not infringe the intellectual property, privacy or publicity rights or any other legal or moral rights of any third party;
  3. c) has not been entered in previous contests or won previous awards
  4. d) has not been published or distributed previously in any media.
  5. e) Entrant represents that he/she/they own all rights to the Submission. Entrant further represents and warrants that the Entrant has obtained permission from each person whose name and/or picture (“Likeness”) is included in the Submission, and that such person(s) have granted Entrant all necessary rights to use the person’s Likeness as described in these rules, and that Entrant can make written copies of such permissions available to the Sponsor upon request. Sponsors determination as

to whether the Submission potentially violates the rights of any third party is final.

  1. f) By entering a submission, entrant irrevocably grants sponsor and its affiliates, legal representatives, assigns, agents and licensees, the unconditional and perpetual right and permission to reproduce, encode, store, copy, transmit, publish, post, broadcast, display, publicly perform, adapt, exhibit and/or otherwise use or reuse (without limitation as to when or to the number of times used), the Entrant’s submission, including, but not limited to, the ingredients and cooking methods contained therein (in each case, as submitted or as edited/modified in any way by the Sponsor, in its sole discretion), as well as to use Entrant’s name, likeness, photograph (collectively, “Likeness”), and/or statements regarding his/her participation in this Contest (with or without using the Entrant’s name) in any and all media without limitation as to time or territory, and without additional compensation or approval from the Entrant or any other party. Entrant waives intellectual property rights, privacy/publicity rights or other legal or moral rights that might preclude the Sponsor’s use of the Submission and agrees not to sue or assert any claim against the Sponsor and Organiser for the use of the Submission or Entrant’s Likeness or statements.
  1. g) Entrant agrees to indemnify and hold Sponsor, its agencies and Contest Parties and their respective affiliates, officers, directors, shareholders, agents, co-branders or other partners, and any of their employees (collectively, the “Indemnitees”), harmless from any and all claims, damages, expenses, costs (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) and liabilities (including settlements), brought or asserted by any third party against any of the Indemnitees due to or arising out of the Entrant’s Submission, or the Entrant’s conduct in creating a Submission or otherwise in connection with this Contest, including but not limited to claims for trademark infringement, copyright infringement; violation of an individual’s right of publicity or right of privacy; or defamation. Entrant further agrees to release Sponsor from any and all claims that any advertising subsequently produced, presented, and/or prepared by or on behalf of Sponsor infringes Entrant’s rights with regard to any elements, characters or ideas contained in any Submission.

SUBMISSION FORMAT AND CONTENT REQUIREMENTS 

Once you register your recipe in the contest, your submission is final and may not be modified or edited. No submissions will be returned. The person named as the registered owner of the email account associated with the submission and named on the contest registration form for the submission will be deemed the entrant (“entrant”).

If the entry is a collaboration of individuals, then a maximum of two individuals may compete in the final cook-off. Entrants must designate one representative to enter the Contest and accept the prize on behalf of the group. Neither sponsor nor any of the contest parties are liable for any disputes between collaborators related to a submission.

Please note the following:

All Submissions must be in English and may not refer to any company/brand or food or beverage brands.

All burgers must be composed of grilled patties (formed from ground beef or ground alternative foods) prepared on a gas or charcoal grill, served on buns, other bread products, or alternative wrappings such as lettuce, collectively referred to as a “Bun”. Burgers may include any combination of

condiments and toppings. Every component of the burger must be placed inside the Bun or served open-faced on the Bun.

Each submission must include your entrant name, address, contact name and (if different from contact name)designated representative name, city, email address, phone number, date of birth, the name of your recipe, patty type, bread/bun type, introduction, list of ingredients, recipe instructions,

recipe yield. You will also have the option to include a cooking tip. You must upload a photograph of yourself and/or team, and a photo of the completed burger with the entry.

Your list of readily available ingredients (found in most well-stocked supermarkets) must include standard, unabbreviated metric measurements, specific amounts for each ingredient (i.e., number of

lettuce leaves, exact teaspoons of salt and pepper; do not say “to taste” for any ingredient, but list exact amount so reviewers can judge how the burger will taste). Each ingredient, including the bun and all other elements, must be listed, preferably in order of use.

Recipe instructions should include complete, step-by-step cooking directions, including timing and temperature for any cooked components.

Each recipe must be written to make six (6) regular-sized burgers or twelve (12) small burgers or “sliders.”

All recipes must be able to be prepared completely in sixty (60) minutes or less.

Submission must be entirely original and created by you or team. Use of any elements that are not original may result in disqualification of entry at the sponsor’s and organiser’s sole discretion.

All submissions will be reviewed before being published or judged; however, publication of a Submission does not mean the submission has been deemed to be in compliance with these rules.

Submissions that do not comply with these official rules or that otherwise contain prohibited, inappropriate, or irrelevant content as determined by the sponsor, in its sole discretion, will be disqualified and will not be considered for finalist selection or winning prize.

Technical Requirements:

The maximum file size for photo file uploaded to the website is 5MB. Photo file(s) must be provided in a JPEG file format.

WINNER SELECTION

Determining the Finalists:

From all eligible entries received, twelve (12) Finalists will be selected.

A panel of qualified independent judges selected by the sponsor will judge each eligible recipe based on the criteria below:

Taste (40%): Does the burger taste good?

Creativity (25%): Is this burger creative and one of a kind?

Innovation of Ingredients (25%): What new ingredients are used?

In the event of a tie, the tie will be broken based on the highest score in the first judging criteria (Taste), continuing thereafter to each judging criteria in order (Creativity, Innovation in Ingredients), as needed to break the tie.

All finalists will be notified on or about 13 July 2019 and are subject to verification, including without limitation, verification of eligibility, compliance with these official rules, completion of all required documents. Entrants agree that the sponsor has the sole right to decide all matters and disputes arising from this contest and that all decisions of sponsor are final and binding.

Each finalist will travel at their own cost to the final to be held at Hospitality Competitions, Trusts Arena, 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland 0610 on 13 August 2019. A finalist schedule will be posted to all finalists on or about 13 July 2019.

Sponsor reserves the right to select fewer than twelve (12) Finalists if, in its sole discretion, it does not receive a sufficient number of eligible and qualified entries.

Determining The Winner

Twelve (12) finalists (either as an individual or team of 2) will cook off against each other in a live cooking competition to take place at Trusts Arena, 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland 0610 on 13 August 2019, timing will be advised to each finalist.

Finalists must arrive on time, as determined by advised schedule. If a finalist is late or unable to attend the cook-off for any reason, including, but not limited to illness, travel delays or force majeure, the finalist will be disqualified from the competition.

A panel of no less than three (3) independent judges selected by the sponsor will judge each burger prepared at the finalist cook-offs based on the criteria below:

Taste (40%): Does the burger taste good?

Creativity (25%): Is this burger creative and one of a kind?

Innovation of Ingredients (25%): What new ingredients are used?

In the event of a tie, the tie will be broken based on the highest score in the first judging criteria (Taste), continuing thereafter to each judging criteria in order (Creativity, Innovation in Ingredients), as needed to break the tie.

The one (1) finalist with the highest total score will be declared the Grand-Prize winner. The Grand-Prize winner will be notified at the conclusion of the Cook-Off.

The Grand-Prize winner is subject to verification, including without limitation, verification of eligibility, compliance with these Official Rules, completion of all required documents. Entrants agree that the Sponsor has the sole right to decide all matters and disputes arising from this contest and that all decisions of sponsor are final and binding.

Sponsor reserves the right not to award a Grand-Prize winner, if, in its sole discretion, the Grand-Prize winner is found to be ineligible or does not have a qualified entry.

Sponsor may photograph, videotape, and otherwise record the finalist cook-offs and the for promotional and other purposes as designated by sponsor (collectively, “Footage”). Footage will be owned by sponsor who has the right, along with its designees, to use, edit, adapt, post, stream, copy, exploit, and make derivative works from such footage and all elements embodied therein, including any names and likenesses embodied therein, in any and all media now known or hereafter devised throughout the world, in perpetuity, for advertising, promotional, trade and other purposes.

PRIZES:

GRAND PRIZE:

The winning burger will be featured on Wendy’s Menu for a period of twelve weeks. The school represented will receive equipment from Burns and Ferrall totalling $1500.

Competitors will receive a trophy

Second Prize – The school represented will receive equipment from Burns and Ferrall totalling $500.

Competitors will receive a trophy

Third Prize – The school represented will receive equipment from Burns and Ferrall totalling $50.

Competitors will receive a trophy

Wendy’s reserve the right to amend the ingredient list of the winning burger should there be issues with food safety regulations or commercial viability considerations.

By entering all contestants agree to this provision.

Judge’s decision is final

Prizes cannot be swapped for cash.

LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY AND RELEASE: No liability or responsibility is assumed by sponsor or contest parties resulting from any user’s participation in or attempt to participate in the Contest or ability or inability to upload any information in connection with participating in the Contest. No responsibility or liability is assumed by the sponsor or contest parties for technical problems or technical malfunction arising in connection with any of the following occurrences which may affect the operation of the contest: hardware or software errors; faulty computer, telephone, cable, satellite, network, electronic, wireless or Internet connectivity or other online communication problems; errors or limitations of any Internet service providers, servers, hosts or providers; garbled, jumbled or faulty data transmissions; failure of any email transmissions to be sent or received; lost, late, delayed or intercepted email transmissions; inaccessibility of the Website in whole or in part for any reason; traffic congestion on the Internet or the Website; unauthorized human or non-human intervention of the operation of the Contest, including without limitation, unauthorised tampering, hacking, theft, virus, bugs, worms; or destruction of any aspect of the contest, or loss, miscount, misdirection, inaccessibility or unavailability of an email account used in connection with the Contest. Sponsor and contest parties are not responsible for any typographical errors in the announcement of prizes or these Official Rules, or any inaccurate or incorrect data contained on the website. Use of  website is at user’s own risk. Sponsor and the contest parties are not responsible for any personal injury or property damage or losses of any kind which may be sustained to user’s or any other person’s computer equipment resulting from participation in the contest, use of the website or the download of any information from the website. By participating in the contest, the entrant releases sponsor and contest parties from any and all claims, damages or liabilities arising from or relating to such Entrant’s participation in the contest. By accepting a prize in the contest, winners agree that the sponsor and contest parties shall not be liable for any loss or injury resulting from participation in the Contest, acceptance or use of any prize. Sponsor and contest parties are not liable in the event that any portion of the contest is cancelled due to weather, fire, strike, acts of war or terrorism, or any other condition beyond their control (a “Force Majeure Event”).

Choice of Law: Contest is governed by the laws of New Zealand.

Any dispute arising from the contest shall be governed by the laws of New Zealand. With respect to any suit, action or proceeding arising out of or related to this contest, the parties hereby submit to the jurisdiction and venue of the courts of New Zealand.

TO ENTER BY MAIL: For those wanting to enter by mail, hand print your contact information, following the requirements listed above under submission format and contest requirements in Section 5 and mail to: Wendy’s Burger Challenge, PO Box 37140, Parnell, Auckland. Group and

mechanically reproduced entries, including photocopies, are not eligible. Sponsor will not be responsible for late, lost, illegible, mutilated, incomplete, misdirected or postage due entries. All mail-in entries must be postmarked by 30 June, 2019. Each entry must be mailed separately. All entries become the property of sponsor and will not be acknowledged or returned.

WINNER LIST: For a list of Finalists and the Grand-Prize Winner, visit www.restaurantandcafe.co.nz.

SPONSOR: Wendco (NZ) Limited

ADMINISTRATOR/ORGANISER:

Restaurant & Café magazine

Review Publishing Co Ltd,

20 Augustus Terrace, Parnell, Auckland.