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While demand from China and ASEAN countries for New Zealand milk continues to grow, export margins have been squeezed and could potentially tighten further, according to a recently-released industry report.
The Zespri board has approved the October 2016 forecast, which shows returns holding steady for Green and Gold, compared with the August forecast, and increases for both Organic Green and Green14.
Meat and edible offal exports fell 15% ($235 million) in the September quarter, Statistics New Zealand says.
Fonterra is number-one in China in business and in reputation, claims Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings.
Milk powder exports falling in August have contributed to a 8.7% fall in the monthly value of exports when compared with August 2015, Statistics NZ says.
The fine milk and butter products of New Zealand have long had a good reputation in Russia. A journalist in central Russia, Nataliya Shkol'naya, sent Dairy News this exclusive, rare look into the ordinary citizen's view of dairy markets and embargoes.
A "new world order" is emerging in the global fresh fruit and vegetable trade, according to a recently-released research report.
Consumers will buy New Zealand produce based on taste, price and convenience; the ‘clean, green’ image may not be so much a factor, says a visiting European expert.
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Former Fonterra chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden will be offering his thoughts on the future of the NZ dairy…