2 August 2021
Horticulture New Zealand welcomes the Government’s announcement permitting Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) workers from Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu, to enter New Zealand without the need for managed isolation.
29 July 2021
HortNZ's response to the Commerce Commission's draft report on supermarkets.
23 July 2021
Twenty-eight-year-old Bryce Morrison, a Grower Services Representative for Seeka, has been named Bay of Plenty’s Young Grower of the Year for 2021.
20 July 2021
Making sure the little guys get a fair deal will be a key theme covered by New Zealand Food and Grocery Council chief executive Katherine Rich at this year's Horticulture...
16 July 2021
Government policy must support the horticulture industry and not add unnecessary cost and compliance, if the industry is to deliver for New Zealand, both environmentally and economically.
8 July 2021
Jamie McIntyre, 25, an orchard hand at Illawarra Farms, has won the 2021 Gisborne Young Grower of the Year competition. ‘What a day and I’m really stoked,’ said Jamie.
Horticulture New Zealand People Capability Manager Emma Boase was among a stellar line-up of primary industry excellence at the 2021 Primary Industries New Zealand Awards in Christchurch on Tuesday.
5 July 2021
Below are links to the 2021 HortNZ Annual General Meeting (AGM) Papers for our upcoming AGM to be held at Mystery Creek, Hamilton on Friday 6 August 2021 at 7.
More than 150 high school leavers now have a better understanding of careers in New Zealand’s food and fibre sectors, thanks to the Feed Your Future campaign.
Horticulture New Zealand says the legislation that replaces the Resource Management Act (RMA) must ensure that New Zealand can sustainably grow fresh, healthy food for domestic consumption.