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New Zealand Petfood Manufacturers Association - NZPFMA

DESCRIPTION: Established in 1991, as a non-profit body and a forum for the petfood manufacturers of New Zealand, the New Zealand Pet Food Manufacturers Association (NZPFMA) is an industry association comprised of pet food manufacturers and companies that supply materials or services to the pet food manufacturing industry.
KEY WORDS: Pet food, petfood, manufacturers, suppliers, association

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New Zealand Pork

DESCRIPTION: New Zealand Pork is the operational name for the New Zealand Pork Industry Board. The New Zealand Pork Industry Board (NZPIB) is a statutory producer board whose establishment, object and function is governed by the Pork Industry Board Act (1997) (the Act). Also operates the 100% New Zealand Pork consumer website, your one-stop spot for anything relating to pork, bacon or ham. Recipes, pork cuts, cooking instructions, competitions, food safety, information for meat retailers.
KEY WORDS: Pork, ham, bacon, Trim Pork, 100% New Zealand Pork, 100% New Zealand Ham, 100% New Zealand Bacon, 100% NZ Bacon Competition, pork production, pig farming,

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New Zealand Specialist Cheesemakers Association - NZSCA

DESCRIPTION: Membership of the NZSCA Inc. is open to any individual or company actively involved with cheesemaking, or to any individual or company or organisation interested in the advancement of cheesemaking in New Zealand. Professional membership is open to all cheesemakers, small cheese companies, large cheese companies, and individuals working in cheese manufacturing companies who are not owners, but are involved in the cheese making process. Associate membership is open to all wholesalers, retailers, cheeselovers or any other person that the Board may approve becoming a member of the NZSCA Inc. Cuisine Champions of Cheese Awards.
KEY WORDS: Cheese, cheesemakers, producers, manufacturers, cheesemongers, retailers

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New Zealand Tree Crops Association Inc.

DESCRIPTION: The NZ Tree Crops Assn is a voluntary organisation promoting interest in useful trees, such as those producing fruit, nuts, timber, fuel, wood, stock fodder, bee forage and other useful crops. The New Zealand Tree Crops Association grew out of a philosophy of seeking and sharing information about the many and varied types of trees we might grow in New Zealand to produce a useful crop, be it for humankind or animals. NZTCA members have quietly been at the forefront of research and innovation in developing new forms of productive land use. Membership has spread throughout New Zealand, and we have become an Association of gardeners, householders, orchardists, farmers, smallholders, scientists and researchers.
KEY WORDS: NZTCA, Tree crops, Association

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New Zealand Winegrowers

DESCRIPTION: The New Zealand Winegrowers and all New Zealand winemakers and grape growers welcome you to the exciting world of New Zealand wine. Wine Institute of New Zealand Inc, and New Zealand Grape Growers Council Inc. The Air New Zealand Wine Awards. Directory of New Zealand wineries. Events, news, statistics, research.
KEY WORDS: New Zealand Wine – Pure Discovery. The Air New Zealand Wine Awards. Pinot 2013.

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NZ Buttercup Squash

DESCRIPTION: The New Zealand NZ Buttercup Squash Council (Inc) (NZBSC) is the New Zealand buttercup squash industry's governing body, established by government statute as the largest "Recognised Product Group" under the Horticultural Export Authority Act 1987. The NZBSC is responsible for all generic industry matters, including minimum grade standards, food safety and quality assurance programmes, developing new international markets for buttercup squash, generic in-market development and promotion as well as onshore activities such as research and development. The council and its activities are funded by levies on all export product. The industry is well organised. Being a recognised product group under the Horticulture Export Authority Act has enabled the development of minimum quality standards for export product and to license exporters who wish to sell the crop. All growers, packhouses and exporters must register with the New Zealand NZ Buttercup Squash Council yearly.
KEY WORDS: Kabocha, buttercup squash, New Zealand

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Olives New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: Olives New Zealand provides olive growers with support and information to help them produce premium quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) and olive products. Olives New Zealand, is made up of individuals in New Zealand, growing, processing, and marketing olives. Olives New Zealand exists to
- set and maintain quality standards for NZ produced olive products
- provide quality research & development to create and maintain a sustainable integrated olive industry
- implement an ongoing consumer awareness programme to promote the benefits, and create a preference for NZ olive products
- provide a focal organization which facilitates progressive direction for stakeholders in the olive industry.
To qualify for Olives New Zealand Certification, New Zealand olive oil must meet specific requirements. These include bottling and labelling standards as well as the chemical and sensory criteria that Olives New Zealand has based on the International Olive Council (IOC) standards for extra virgin olive oil.
KEY WORDS: olive growers, processors and marketers, oil, extra virgin, Olives New Zealand Extra Virgin Olive Oil Awards.

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Onions New Zealand Inc

DESCRIPTION: Onions New Zealand Inc was established to: Identify, develop and maintain competitive advantages for the benefit of the New Zealand Onion Industry.
KEY WORDS: Onions New Zealand Inc, ONZ, growers group, New Zealand Onion Industry, exporters, export marketing, quality, trade

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Organic Winegrowers New Zealand (OWNZ)

DESCRIPTION: Organic Winegrowers New Zealand (OWNZ) is a grower-led organisation dedicated to supporting organic winegrowing. Our members are passionate about sharing their love of organic and biodynamic wine. We share New Zealand organic and biodynamically grown wines with the world, and engage in research, education and networking to help growers thrive organically. Organic wine production is strong in New Zealand. As of vintage 2015, 12% of all NZ growers had an organic vineyard, and approximately 6% of all NZ vineyard land was certified organic.
KEY WORDS: Organic, wines, grape, vineyard, wine growers, viticulture, viticulturists, OWNZ, The Organic Focus Vineyard Project

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Packaging Council of New Zealand (PAC.NZ)

DESCRIPTION: The Packaging Council of New Zealand (PAC.NZ) is industry’s voice on policies affecting packaging and packaging waste. We are the focal point for providing impartial, factual information on packaging and the impact of packaging on the environment. We represent the whole packaging life cycle, including raw material suppliers, packaging manufacturers, brand owners, retailers, recycling operators and service providers. We provide one united voice to government, the media, consumers and the New Zealand community on packaging issues. We are committed to minimising the environmental impact of packaging and increasing packaging recovery rates by advocating cost effective, sustainable solutions and championing product stewardship.
KEY WORDS: The Packaging Council of New Zealand, PAC.NZ, Packaging, Pac-It, recycling, CANZBAC, Environmental Packaging Awards, Packaging Product Stewardship Scheme

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