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Apples resume course towards $1b in exports

Weather, workers and worldwide pandemic notwithstanding, New Zealand apples are tracking a smarter path to export.

Apple industry figures talk about booming sector.

Dita De Boni Sat, 07 Jan 2023

It’s been said by many across the apple sector that the 2022 New Zealand apple harvest – roughly mid-February to the end of March – followed some of the worst growing conditions seen in the country since World War II.

Covid-19 continued to wreak havoc on global supply chains, including a Covid

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