The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society, a lobby defending animals used in science has turned its attention to Lincoln University.
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What happens inside the border in China is something this country needs to understand much better, says Tim Knox, MPI director for market access, policy and trade.
Meat company Silver Fern Farms is launching the first sea-freight container shipment of chilled beef as well as multiple air-freight orders of beef and lamb set for Chinese customers.
China is likely to remain the largest export market for New Zealand dairy products – but watch out for competition from Australia, a new report warns.
Green Valley's exports of fresh milk to China over five years have gone from “strength to strength to strength,” says general manager Corrie den Haring.
Chinese dairy consumers are increasingly turning to higher value added or premium dairy products, says Sandy Chen, Rabobank’s senior dairy and beverages analyst for Asia.
Ten meat plants have begun a six-month trial of sending chilled beef and sheep meat to China, says Meat Industry Association chief executive Tim Ritchie.
Never take your eye off the food safety ‘ball’, and maintain and build on the New Zealand image, a Shanghai dairy analyst advises.
Tariff elimination on dairy into China is one issue New Zealand will be looking to progress in the Free Trade Agreement update with China, with negotiations starting in less than two weeks.
State farmer Landcorp has handed over the running of 16 North Island farms to Chinese owners Shanghai Pengxin following a four-year management joint venture.