Horticulture aims to 'spearhead' New Zealand's post-Covid recovery

Horticulture aims to 'spearhead' New Zealand's recovery

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Ian Proudfoot

Global Head of Agribusiness, Partner - Audit

KPMG in New Zealand


[July 16, Cherie Sivignon, Stuff NZ]

The ‘Horticulture Post-Covid Recovery Strategy’ was released by Horticulture New Zealand’s Chief Executive Mike Chapman on Thursday 16th July. The document has been designed with recommendations for the Government, outlining how the industry which was valued at NZD$6.39 billion in 2019, could grow to a $10 billion sector in the next ten years. Leaders in the sector such as NZ apples and Pears Chief executive believe horticulture sector has an opportunity to lead New Zealand in the Covid-19 recovery.

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