A recently released report showing Kiwis are buying more organic product from their local supermarket is good news.
The Global Organic Dairy Products Market 2015-2019 forecasts market growth of approximately 12% by 2019.
Fonterra will introduce an independent organic milk price linked to market returns for organic products, prompted by the success of that business.
Soil & Health and BioGro have joined forces to promote "clean, green organic solutions" for food production.
"We already have low-emission climate-friendly farming practices – it's called organic farming," says Marion Thomson, co-chair of Soil & Health.
The New Zealand wine industry aims to be "20% by 2020," meaning 20% of all vineyards will be converted to organic production within the next five years.
European Dairy co-op FrieslandCampina will from next month sell its fresh milk and buttermilk in ‘bio-based’ cartons.
Shortage of organic milk is hampering growth of the domestic organic sector, says Green Valley Dairy chief executive Corrie den Haring.