Summerfruit NZ welcomes today’s announcement by Minister Hipkins, which is another step towards the safe opening of New Zealand’s border.
New Zealand and the United Kingdom have reached agreement in principle on the key elements of a new high quality, comprehensive and progressive free trade agreement (FTA).
A new Central Otago District Council campaign will call on locals to invite friends and family to experience a Central Otago summer ‘working holiday’.
Around 25 growers attended yesterday's field walk at the Plant & Food Research orchard in Clyde.
I hope all is going well with your preparation for the coming harvest season under challenging circumstances relating to labour supply and uncertainty around the evolving Covid-19 situation.
Some of you may have noticed that Summerfruit NZ is dipping its toes into the world of social media with a newly launched Instagram account – https://www.instagram.com/summerfruit_nz/
Summerfruit growers and packhouse managers will be pretty happy with the Government's decision to extend Working Holiday Visas (WHV) and Supplementary Seasonal Employment (SSE) work visas in time for the...
The Central Otago District Council recently commissioned a report to understand the amount of fruit loss in Central Otago’s horticulture sector.
A workshop for employers and their HR managers wanting to find out more about employing staff in their orchards and packhouses, was held in Alexandra on Wednesday, 6 October.