New Organic Opportunities in China

13 Dec 2016 00:00:00

In late November, the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) announced a new trade agreement with China that mutually recognises each country’s organic standards. The arrangement is another important step in creating an environment that promotes the development and export of New Zealand organic products.

The FoodBowl is excited about the agreement, as we work with a number of small and large companies who are creating innovative consumer-facing organic products. With an export license for dairy, meat and seafood; we make it possible for clients to develop products for international testing and sale directly from our facility.

We also just recently announced a strategic partnership with the intellectual property law firm, James & Wells. The partnership will allow our clients to utilise the firm’s extensive services and networks including strategic intellectual property advice, as well as access to Chinese networks, investment and inbound trade delegations.

Learn more about the Mutual Recognition Arrangement for Certified Organic Products here:

https://www.mpi.govt.nz/news-and-resources/media-releases/new-zealands-organic-food-industry-to-benefit-from-new-arrangement-with-china/

Read about The FoodBowl and James & Wells partnership here:

https://exportermagazine.co.nz/news/james-wells-and-foodbowl-announce-partnership