Is food vegan simply because it doesn’t come from a cow? This question has puzzled one in five Britons.
Food and fibre is the most “activist disrupted” sector globally, second only to petroleum, says KPMG’s global head of agribusiness, Ian Proudfoot.
Changes driven by computer scientists in the agri-food sector are creating new opportunities for New Zealand farmers.
Farmlands Cooperative has been named the New Zealand winner of KPMG’s prestigious Global Customer Experience Excellence (CEE) Award.
We need to be tough on issues but careful with people, KPMG farm specialist, agri-food, Julia Jones told an Auckland Climate Change conference.
Complacency is a luxury the dairy industry cannot afford, says Ian Proudfoot, KPMG global head of agribusiness.
Fieldays at Mystery Creek in mid-June showcased New Zealand innovation, interaction and, in some cases, simply imagination.
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.