Consumer consumption predicted to outstrip domestic production.
As it embarks on trial plantings, T&G confident it can navigate any IP challenge the market throws up.
More ‘secure and transparent access to mainland China’ under new dried mandate, says DINZ.
Place for NZ technology as southeast Asia, Middle East increase food production.
Health functional foods using Kiwi deer product approved by food safety authority.
Sheepmeat supplies reaching the global market from that quarter are putting pressure on export value.
OECD warns of market distortion as large economies shell out record levels on tariffs, payments and other measures.
Drop in exports reflects both last September’s surge and tougher conditions in many key markets now.
Contamination issues are costing the industry money and contracts.
Fourth consecutive hike thanks to gains almost across the board.
Green Directive designed to root out unsubstantiated claims on climate impact of goods and services.
High food prices see consumers in some markets switch to cheaper cuts and cheaper meats.
European and Asian growers set to record bumper harvest.
Another challenging 12-18 months ahead for many farmers, ASB warns.
Meat Industry association highlights significant increase in value and volume into UK market.
Fifty-one ships chartered by Zespri this year, delivering to more than 50 markets.
EU moves to clip on an emissions surcharge for all ships into their ports.
Fumigation on ship or destination could give logs to India trade a boost.
In August, Australia shipped its largest ever monthly volume of sheepmeat, having made no secret of the fact that it is chasing after New Zealand for the top export slot.
Report suggest opportunities lie in slightly older market segment.
Market could get a boost from timing of demand resurgence, says Rabobank.
Forbar analysts unpack effects of milk price on farm budgets.
Made from biodegradable polymers and waste materials sourced from wood processing, the vine clips are designed to replace traditional plastic clips.
Much to be gained from ‘ambitious’ approach to new and existing agreements, says DCNZ.
Ex-Black Cap Geoff Allott has seen huge changes in India in the decade he has been doing business there.
Resurgent nation wants ‘ties that are win-win’, Delhi summit told.
Reset as two nations explore mutual benefits in agriculture, education and more.
Tentative return to normality in first half disrupted by North Island’s weather extremes.
Long-term trend emerges of lower tonnage of sheepmeat exports and an increase in beef exports.
Earnings exceed forecast to reach more than 8% above year before.
Product has a vital role in global supply of nutrients, conference told.
Mānuka honey company’s revenue from China tops $100m for the first time
Beijing trying to stimulate ecconomy that has outsize influence on NZ’s primary sector.
Global food security concerns could play to the country’s strengths – if managed right, says Cameron Bagrie.