Australia’s horticulture industry recently gathered in Melbourne for the Annual General Meeting of the grower-owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation, Hort Innovation.Read More »
Farmers will be recognised for their part in the nationwide movement of Predator Free New Zealand when a new Predator Free Farm Award will be presented next year as part of the Ballance Farm Environment Awards.Read More »
Lincoln University said that it welcomes publication of the Transformation Board Report, which sets out a bold and achievable vision for the institution to become a globally ranked top five university in agriculture, and a top five New Zealand university.Read More »
Global produce suppliers interested in exporting to China can connect directly with major retail, ecommerce and wholesale buyers at PMA’s Fresh Connections: China event, scheduled 21 March at the Grand Hyatt Shenzhen in Shenzhen, China.
The New Zealand Pacific Business Council held its Annual General Meeting in Auckland last month.
The Produce Marketing Association (PMA) Fresh Summit is the premier fresh produce trade show in North America. The scale of the event is enormous, attracting almost 20,000 people and more than 1000 exhibitors. TOMRA and Compac were positioned side-by-side to show how sorting solutions can protect and enhance their customers’ brands.