Servings over 140 NZ Companies Exporting Certified Organic Products to 90 markets around the world.

Our membership network is diverse and includes a mix of New Zealand’s largest exporters through to smaller family based operations as well as the New Zealand organic certifiers and regulators. The core role of the Organic Exporters is to link members together to share knowledge and resources and make progress on the common issues as we strive to deliver the vision of a vibrant and growing organic export sector.

Applications for Organic Exporters membership are open to all organisations - including those not currently exporting, but which are interested in promoting the opportunities for New Zealand organic products.

Organic market opportunities continue to grow strongly but so does the complexity. The collective support and information sharing offered by the Organic Exporters network is increasingly important to navigate this environment as we strive to grow our organic exports.

Get Inside the Member Only Section and Find What You Need Including;

  • Market Reports
  • Updates on the NZ Government Official Organic Assurance Programme (OOAP)
  • AGM & Annual Reports
  • International Organic Trade Shows - calendar and updates. We provided discounted costs on all Trade Shows.
  • Our Strategy
  • Other Key Links to help you
  • International Status of Organic Regulations covering over 90 markets
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China & New Zealand Sign Organic Mutual Recognition Deal. 

New Zealand became the first country to sign a Mutual Recognition Arrangement for organic product certification with China. This means organic products with a New Zealand certification are now automatically certified in China - and vice versa. Once the agreement has been ratified - potentially by the middle of 2017 - the organic sector will no longer have to go through the expensive process of bringing Chinese certifiers to New Zealand every three months in order to be able to sell their food in China. 


The deal, signed in Beijing on November 14, follows three years of low-key negotiations and a year of intense cooperation involving the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), organic producers, and certifiers in both countries. The arrangement covers the export and import of organic foods and ingredients, with the exception of apiculture (beekeeping), aquaculture (fish, seafood and aquatic plants), and textiles.

 2017 BioFach Germany

15-18 February Nuremberg

From 15-18 February 2017, the world’s leading trade fair for organic foods will take place in Nuremberg Germany, at the heart of Europe. This is the world’s largest congress in the organic industry, and will offer you a valuable insight into what the future of the organic industry will be like. BIOFACH provides worlds of experience with opportunities to network at seminars, witness expert discussions and presentations, and of course tasting sessions. 


BIOFACH offers an array of expert forums, including:

-               BIOFACH Forum: Organic 4.0

-               Sustainability Forum

-               Politics Forum

-               Science Forum


You can download the official brochure providing you with further details to plan your visit.


Trade Fair Passes

Trade fair passes can be purchased via the website of onoe of our members who are the official agent for BioFach in New Zealand.  at discounted pre-sale price of

·       Permanent ticket(all days): NZ$70

·       One day ticket: NZ$54


The New Zealand German Business Association can provide further assistance including accommodation.  Please do not hesitate to contact them on !