Export data released this week shows the horticulture industry is on track to meet its goal of being worth NZ$10 billion by 2020.
Having access to vertically integrated supply channels is a critical component of an effective permanent crop business model in New Zealand.
The growing international demand for high-end permanent crop products grown in New Zealand is driving the Kakariki Fund's four initial investments.
Comvita's unique manuka breeding programme is starting to pay dividends.
Laden with awards and phenomenal growth since its emergence in 2010, Hawke's Bay apple company Rockit Global has refreshed its market positioning and brand and is readying for its next wave of expansion.
The growth in Asia has presented huge opportunities for New Zealand horticulture to re-gear fruit production into proprietary varieties.
Discerning US millennials are driving demand for New Zealand grown premium hop varieties with their preference for premium priced craft beer.
Starting at the marketplace and working backwards has been fundamental to Maori-owned berry exporter Miro's successful investment in blueberry production.
Over 60 New Zealanders have invested $10.5 million to become the proud new owners of the largest modern cherry orchard development in Central Otago.
Work by farmers on a Hawke’s Bay project aiming to cut their nitrogen losses has provided valuable lessons..