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
- Our Strategy
- Other Key Links to help you
- International Status of Organic Regulations covering over 90 markets
Natural & Organic Products Asia. Hong Kong 31 August to 2 September 2016.
Hong Kong is the gateway to the fastest growing region. This is an opportunity for face to face contact. The event will welcome 5000 of industry professionals from Asia Pacific and the globe.
Hours: 31 August (Wed) 10am - 6pm
1 September (Thu) 10am - 6pm
2 September (Fri) 10am - 5pm
Venue: Hall 1DE, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Admission: For trade visitors and invited guests only (Free admission)
2016 World Food Moscow. 12-15th September. Expocentre, Moscow CBD, Russia
The Organic Exporters Association in conjunction with the ITE Group are pleased to inform you of this event.
Last year saw 30,981 trade visitors from 81 regions visit 1,522 exhibitors from 62 countries. The Organic section is in Pavilion 2, Hall 4. Last year the organic section was represented by 82 companies from 24 countries. Why ship organic products from New Zealand to Russia? 18 months on from Russia’s decision to ban $25 billion worth of food imports from the EU, US and other countries, there is still a massive need to secure new suppliers to meet demand. This means exporters in countries unaffected by the bans have a once-in-a-decade chance to grab a slice of this huge market. This opportunity has come at a perfect time – already the seventh-largest market in the world, Russia’s population is growing, and changes in tastes and technology opened up the sector to new suppliers and new ideas. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.