New Zealand horticulture to participate at Asia Fruit Logistica 2019

Asia Fruit Logistica is where every link of the international fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain meets face to face each year to make new contacts and do business. 


HortNZ submission on Submission on the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill

The horticulture sector is committed to responding to the challenges posed by climate change and contributing to the global effort under the Paris Agreement to limit the global average temperature increase to 1.5° Celsius above pre-industrial levels, whilst maintaining food production.


Employment law workshop: supplementary information

Supplementary information following the Employment Law Workshop held in Cambridge on 8 September 2017, relating to paid rest breaks and piece rates, zero-hours contracts, and payment of public/statutory holidays for casual staff.


Keep Safe, Keep Growing

Horticulture New Zealand has teamed up with WorkSafe New Zealand to create a health and safety toolkit specifically designed for horticulture businesses.


Korea Market Report: Fruit and Vegetables

This report has been produced by MFAT and NZTE staff of the New Zealand Embassy in Seoul to outline market opportunities generated by the Korea-NZ Free Trade Agreement since its entry into force in December 2015.


Keeping up with the growers: A snapshot of New Zealand fruit and vegetable growers’ main issues and priorities

Keeping up with the growers:
A snapshot of New Zealand fruit and vegetable growers’ main issues and priorities


By Angela Halliday

For the Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme Research Project
May 2016