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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.
In a “light” and “accessible” legal seminar, University of Canterbury Professor of Law Philip Joseph will explore the giant leap into the unknown that the vote for Brexit has triggered.
Meat Industry Association chief executive Tim Ritchie says uncertainty in the EU as a result of Brexit is one of the causes of a higher exchange rate.
KPMG's global head of agriculture Ian Proudfoot, who is British, says the outcome of the Brexit referendum was plain to see for several months.
Ireland is warning New Zealand that it might be caught up in political and economic fallout if Britain decides to leave the European Union.