Going Organic Workshop

Event Date: 28 Mar 2019

This course is designed to debunk the myths about going organic and tells why going organic is a better option now than it’s ever been.

Perfect for non-certified organic companies on why & how to go organic and be part of the fastest growing multi-food market in the world.

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Overview:

Good news
-Introduction to national and international market trends
-Overview of local and international markets looking at key categories and channels
-Where the growth & opportunity lies

How to go organic
-Steps in going organic explained
-Busting common myths about getting certified
-Navigate through the certification process

Why choosing organic is going to get even better
-Future for organic in NZ – regulation and national standards
-The future for organic brands in a regulated market

Introducing Buy Pure New Zealand
-How we serve you
-Introduction to services and how to engage

About Buy Pure New Zealand
Buy Pure New Zealand™ has developed and continues to build a thriving trading community of organic, natural and fair trade brands throughout the Oceania, Pacific and Asian marketplaces. For over two decades, we have been building networks to help create successful trading partnerships. As a result of this pioneering approach, we are recognised leaders in providing growth strategies and trade facilitation for sustainable New Zealand brands.

About the Speakers:

Brendan Hoare is a renowned researcher and practitioner, expert in the aligned disciplines of sustainable organic production systems, integrated resource management and land-use design. His international networks assist in mobilising communities and organizations to create effective change across wide-ranging social, cultural and institutional frameworks.

Li-Chen’s training in environmental sciences, combined with her experience in trade, communications and education, enables her to manage all aspects of the Buy Pure business. She also provides exceptional administrative support, with fluency in English, Chinese Mandarin and Taiwanese.