NZ growers can't compete with cheap imports
"What we're after is a level playing ground"
South Canterbury's Butler's Berry Farm claims Frozen berries are making their way into the country for a fraction of the price of fresh, locally grown berries, and local farmers not getting enough support. With such low prices, farmers are struggling to compete.
CEO of Horticulture New Zealand tells the full story in the video below:
Publication date: 11/24/2017
Author: Bryan Spalinger
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