The Hound understands that Mike Petersen’s time as NZ agriculture’s special trade envoy will soon end.
Synlait Milk company co-founder Dr John Penno will receive a honorary doctorate at the 2019 Lincoln University Graduation on May 3.
Plant-based proteins pose a threat to the New Zealand dairy industry’s ingredients strategy, says Synlait founder John Penno.
A leading figure in the NZ dairy sector says in the future the industry will be smaller and less intensive.
Global businesses are looking to New Zealand for solutions to tough environmental challenges – especially agriculture, says Abbie Reynolds, executive director of the Sustainable Business Council.
Synlait has seen a growing emphasis on issues of sustainability from premium customers worldwide, says chief executive John Penno.
Canterbury milk processor Synlait is supporting the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act 2001 (DIRA) review, announced by Minister of Agriculture Damien O’Connor.
Infant formula volumes remain the key driver of Canterbury-based Synlait Milk Ltd’s increasing profits, says managing director John Penno.
Synlait founder and chief executive John Penno intends to step down from his position in the next 12 months, as part of an orderly transition to position the Canterbury milk processor for its next phase of growth.
Synlait milk has doubled its milk powder canning capability with the opening of a $55 million facility at Mangere, Auckland.