Lincoln University agribusiness management lecturer Dr Nic Lees

Regulations sideline small food-producing businesses from the Chinese market

Mon 22 Jun

Lincoln University agribusiness management lecturer Dr Nic Lees says there has been a shift from within China to tidy up its food regulations.

ASB economist Nathan Penny

NZ spending on credit, debit cards rises in March on food, liquor gain

Mon 13 Apr

Penny said rural areas are the exception because the decline in the price of milk "will constrain incomes and spending."

NZ Hothouse managing director and 30-year MG shareholder Brett Wharfe says the meeting had a very good outcome

Resolution for growing co-operative after months of unrest

Thu 27 Nov

Fresh produce co-operative Market Gardeners has come to an agreement with shareholders after a rocky few months of accusations.

Rabobank executive board Berry Marttin

Ten-point plan may be stitch in time for global food security

Mon 17 Nov 1

Rabobank is proposing ten “big ideas” that have been generated from its analysts located across several continents.

Rabobank general manager Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory for Australia and New Zealand Luke Chandler

Why the future of food can't become a hostage of history

Fri 14 Nov 1

In the same way doctors are essential to our well-being, we also all need a farmer at least three times a day, every day of our lives.

Rabobank executive board Berry Marttin

Looming global food supply crisis? Bring it on, says the F20

Thu 13 Nov 5

The challenge of feeding 9 billion people by mid-century is a daunting one.


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