Misha Wilkinson’s description of “pirouetting” through Covid-19 seems apt, given the industry’s need to stay on its toes throughout this…
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There is significant potential for New Zealand to export more fruit and vegetables, says a visiting US fruit and vegetable expert.
Never take your eye off the food safety ‘ball’, and maintain and build on the New Zealand image, a Shanghai dairy analyst advises.
New Zealand farmer confidence and spending intentions jumped to record levels in the second quarter of this year, buoyed by improved commodity prices.
The back-to-fat story was reinforced at the latest GDT event with butter up 3.3% to a fresh auction record high of US$5631/t, says ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny.
Recently there has been considerable media coverage of the news that New Zealand wine has become the number three imported wine into the US, with only France and Italy ahead of us.
The outlook for the coming dairy season is positive with prices stable and lifting slightly, several economists say.
There’s been something of a makeover in New Zealand vineyards in recent years, as the clean-cut look of sprayed rows…
New Zealand wine companies can survive, adapt and thrive in the world of Covid-19, says a business advisor in Marlborough.
The Chinese word for crisis combines the characters for danger and opportunity, says Cloudy Bay’s Estate Director Yang Shen.
Losing boutique wineries to Covid-19 would be a blow for New Zealand’s wine industry, say the authors of a new…