Browsing: Export

Case studies from the New Zealand food export business: discover what successful food and beverage exporters are doing. Covers New Zealand beef exports, dairy exports, fish exports, seafood exports and more.

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US president Thomas Jefferson once famously said – “If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done.” This thinking will be crucial to achieving MPI’s new goal – to double the value of primary industry exports by 2025. Continue →
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Georg J Riedel, chief executive of the prestigious Austrian Riedel Glass Company, toured the Central Otago wine region this month to gain a better appreciation of the region’s Pinot Noir before embarking on an intense tasting session to “find the perfect glass in which to enjoy Central Otago Pinot Noir”. Continue →
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Following last year’s Air New Zealand Wine Awards, it seems that traditional dominance of Pinot Noir from Central Otago may be losing ground to the more elegant wines of Marlborough, with half of the gold medal recipients in the category hailing from the top of the South Island. Continue →
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By Horticulture New Zealand chief executive Peter Silcock The horticulture industry’s 2012 Trade Barriers Report shows tariffs imposed by other countries on our products cost New Zealand’s 5,400 commercial growers on average $44,000 each, which is an increase of $10,000 on the 2010 figures. Continue →
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Research and innovation in New Zealand’s most valuable export industry has received a significant boost with the signing of an agreement between The University of Auckland, industry-good body DairyNZ, farmer cooperative LIC (Livestock Improvement Corporation) and New Zealand’s largest Crown Research Institute, AgResearch. Continue →
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By John Walley, chief executive, NZ Manufacturers and Exporters Association The government has recently announced its goal of lifting exports from 30 percent to 40 percent of Gross Domestic Product, and it is clear from our export make up that much of this will have to come from added value activity (the growth of farming and tourism is limited by resource constraints). Continue →
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By Steve Best A well known brand in the South Island for over 34 years, Deep South Ice Cream has in recent years increased its sales areas to the North Island as well as exporting to Australia, China and Japan. Continue →