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Food and fibre is the most “activist disrupted” sector globally, second only to petroleum, says KPMG’s global head of agribusiness, Ian Proudfoot.
Complacency is a luxury the dairy industry cannot afford, says Ian Proudfoot, KPMG global head of agribusiness.
Developing truly NZ cuisine, creating innovative food products and getting up close to our customers: these were the standout themes in the KPMG Agribusiness Agenda released last week at Fieldays.
New Zealand now has a rural/urban chasm rather than a gap, according to the KPMG Agribusiness Agenda released last week at Fieldays.
The only certainty for dairy farming is that the future for every farmer in New Zealand will be different from the realities they face today.
New Zealand needs to work hard on developing special trading relationships with Japan and Mexico, according to the Head of Global Agri for KPMG, Ian Proudfoot.
The head of global agri for KPMG, Ian Proudfoot says he has concerns that the apparent fast recovery in dairy prices is leading to complacency which is a problem.
Dairy and milk processing are the New Zealand destinations for overseas investors’ wealth -- not sheep and beef, says a report on cash inflows of the last two years.
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Fonterra is selling its troubled China Farms business.
New farming rules around sustainability are driving elderly farmers out of the dairy industry, says agri-economist Phil Journeaux.
New Zealand is heading for an unprecedented shutdown.