Your old mate reckons it’s incredible how people’s attitudes have changed since the COVID-19 crisis hit us.
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It's a simple equation: If Auckland spreads its housing into our fruit and vegetable production land - we all pay more for food.
Food prices fell 0.8% in the November month as vegetable prices continued to fall, Statistics New Zealand says.
A year-long Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) study looking at chemical residues in fresh, unwashed produce indicates New Zealand growers are largely following good agricultural practice (GAP) in how they use chemicals.
The 3.1% increase in fruit and vegetable exports in 2011 is a great result given the negative impacts of a 6.5% rise in the value of the New Zealand dollar and difficult market conditions in the same period.
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