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Potatoes NZ Inc. communicates on a variety of key industry topics and activities. We do this through a variety of communications tools:



  • NZ Grower Magazine – contributing articles and funding to NZ Grower magazine published by Horticulture New Zealand and distributed free to all commercial vegetable and berryfruit growers, including all members of Potatoes NZ Inc.
  • Email Newsletter – a monthly potato industry email newsletter distributed to the wider potato industry which features a wide variety of information both global and domestic relating to the key activities of the potato industry.
  • Media Coverage – Potatoes NZ Inc. and the NZ potato industry frequently receive media coverage on a wide variety of subjects.

See the posts below for the latest communications from Potatoes NZ Inc. or select one of the communications tools from the menu.

e-newsletter #64 – July 2017

Conference 2017 was a great success with highly positive reviews from delegates. Look out for articles and summary reports in upcoming … Read More

Solanaceae to Korea

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) would like to remind industry that fresh and frozen product of Solanaceae, including fruits, … Read More

2017 Potato Crisp competition winners

Potatoes NZ were proud to introduce the inaugural 2017 Crisp Tasting Competition. It was judged by a group of well-respected … Read More

Best chip shop competition grand national winner announced!

Over 150 conference delegates and all 7 Regional Winners attended the Potatoes New Zealand Awards Dinner, in Pukekohe on 26 … Read More

Horticulture health & safety toolkit

Keep safe, keep growing How to be healthy and safe in horticulture Horticulture New Zealand together with WorkSafe New Zealand … Read More

Regional Winners Found – Best Chip Shop Competition

It is with great excitement that we announce the 7 Regional Winners for the Best Chip Shop Competition 2017… Northland … Read More

Potatoes – the perfect side

Potatoes are the perfect side for every meal, every day. They can be served boiled, mashed, roasted, baked or in … Read More

Country Freedom for CLSo

New Zealand country freedom for Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (CLso) haplotypes B, C, D and E. The Ministry for Primary Industries … Read More

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