New Zealand and the European Union (EU) today signed a Partnership Agreement for Relations and Cooperation (PARC).
In what many would see as a classic case of exporting coals to Newcastle, the Polish meat industry is looking at New Zealand as a potential export market.
Brexit has thrown up huge uncertainty for farmers within and outside the European Union (EU), says the president of the Irish Farmers Association (IFA), Joe Healy.
It was like speed dating as meat sector participants from five countries met their Polish counterparts at a seminar in Warsaw, Poland, last month.
Beef + Lamb NZ Genetics is looking at how Ireland improves herd genetics, in a bid to improve the way it delivers genetic information to NZ farmers.
The fine milk and butter products of New Zealand have long had a good reputation in Russia. A journalist in central Russia, Nataliya Shkol'naya, sent Dairy News this exclusive, rare look into the ordinary citizen's view of dairy markets and embargoes.
Consumers will buy New Zealand produce based on taste, price and convenience; the ‘clean, green’ image may not be so much a factor, says a visiting European expert.
European consumption growth of 'non-staple' fruits like kiwifruit and branded premium apples represent good news for New Zealand's horticulture sector, says Rabobank’s senior fruit vegetable and floriculture analyst Cindy van Rijswick.