Meat co-op Alliance Group has distributed $5.7 million in loyalty payments to key shareholders.

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New Zealand’s meat sector is launching a charitable trust to benefit those affected by the mosque attacks in Christchurch.

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Alliance Group has rewarded shareholders with a $3.2 million loyalty payment distribution.

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Tuesday, 15 January 2019 08:42

Summer flush prompts lamb delay

The unusually wet summer so far means a flush of feed NZ-wide, says Alliance Group chairman Murray Taggart.

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Extreme dry conditions and the resulting erratic stock flows over the past year underline the value of a cooperative, Alliance farmer shareholders heard at their annual meeting this month.

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Meat processor Alliance says its operating profit dropped 60% because of higher payment to farmer shareholders.

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Friday, 02 November 2018 16:44

$1.7 m loyalty payment to red meat farmers

Meat co-op Alliance Group has distributed $1.73 million to shareholders in loyalty payments.

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Friday, 19 October 2018 10:16

Te Mana Lamb wins award

Premium lamb brand Te Mana Lamb took out the New Zealand Food Safety Primary Sector Products and Frozen categories at the New Zealand Food Awards.

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Tuesday, 02 October 2018 13:55

High lamb prices will hit profit

Alliance Group has warned that its annual result, due to be reported in November, will show a drop in profit.

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Tuesday, 18 September 2018 09:55

O’Connor puts faith in science work

Ag Minister Damien O’Connor told the International Conference on Agricultural GHG Emissions and Food Security, held in Berlin last week, that NZ is spending large on R&D to identify options to reduce agricultural emissions.

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