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US supermarkets stripped of baby formula after supply chain disruptions/product recall.
"The future has never looked as bright - if we get it right," SFF co-op chair says.
Supermarket operator will roll back prices on more than 100 groceries.
China's lockdowns played a part in Fonterra's move to trim its milk price forecast.
OceanaGold is relying on mining under conservation land between Waihi and Whangamata.
NZ shares fell on another light trading day.
Very strong dairy prices have seen farmers reduce debt, the Reserve Bank says.
A raw milk supplier has labelled the law illogical after being stung with a $30K fine.
WMP is down 6.5 per cent with the overall index down 8.5 per cent.
Saffron prices range from $40,000 to $50,000 a kilogram in New Zealand.
Global supply chains are set to improve but the picture is a little bit different in NZ.
"We haven't been able to source enough New Zealand grown wheat for our Edmonds flour."
Alliance says its exports to the US are holding up, despite high inflation.
Questions are again being asked about NZ reliance on giant market.
Paul Catmur writes that a loose statistic has the power to travel very far, very fast.
The problem isn't too much demand; it's too little supply, says Fisher Funds David McLeish
Fonterra says China's dairy imports dropped by 29 per cent in March.
NZPork says the changes would result in the deaths of up to 60,000 piglets every year.
Port says export volumes will stall from 2024 if build doesn't start this year.
The move aims to enhance New Zealand's "clean and green" image.
Government proposes extra safeguards to improve Fonterra transparency.
In March, Southern Lamb made an offer to acquire all Blue Sky shares at $3 per share.
Kiwi businessman based in Shanghai is concerned another port will go into lockdown.
Opinion: If Covid has taught us nothing else, it's that family is everything.
Covid-19 has given a fresh push to automation.
Valuer General Neill Sullivan is allowed to present evidence in the case.