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The goal was $1 billion in export earnings by 2022. Now it's $2 billion by 2030.
"We've got full coolstores and we're having to stop or pack product we know we can ship."
Cancelled last year because of Covid-19, the 2021 show returns bigger than ever.
The answer to vinyards labour shortage: robots.
Why are workers from Covid-free countries restricted? Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Bryan Fry says winemaker is working through industry-wide supply issues.
First woman to win Pukekohe competition excited to head to the final in September.
'Our total labour bill for the year is more than $20 million,' a disgruntled grower says.
Meanwhile other industries are disappointed at missing out.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will be speaking after Cabinet this afternoon.
MPI funds project enabling NZ to tap into the growing market for plant-based products.
Gareth Carter says May is the ideal time to plant strawberries.
Alternative land uses in the Tararua District could lead to job opportunities.
"It was the same size as my husband."
Tunley will replace current chief executive Mike Chapman on June 14.
Getting food to market is made difficult or impossible by ageing rail overbridges.
Villa Maria says its grape harvest is down almost 30 per cent this year.
Kiwi Seed investigating apples' nutritional benefits before marketing to farmers.
NZ Apples and Pears chief executive says sector "really disappointed" with report.
Te Kano Estate is the new kid on the Waitaki wine block.
Kaitaia woman's taste of the past - flowering kumara.
The disease causes significant destruction of bean crops in Ethiopia and China.
Orchardist says had he known path was being built, he'd have planted trees differently.