The potential for expansion of the organic industry in New Zealand : a contingent valuation of consumers WTP for organic produce
This paper examines the past and current development of the organic industry in New Zealand. Organic farming in New Zealand has changed and grown rapidly over the last 10 years. This has mainly been due to the development and targeting of niche markets overseas. A review of the literature on the development and future prospects for organic products predicts continuing increases in demand in most of the main markets, many of which New Zealand has the potential to target.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordsorganic produce; organic food market; economic aspects; willingness to pay; organic industry; international trade; export products; food production; contingent valuation
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Richardson, Allan (Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 1997)The organics industry in New Zealand is experiencing rapid growth with $20 million of organic products exported in the year to June 1997, a 67% increase on the year before. Kiwifruit and processed vegetables from Heinz ...
Fairweather, John R.; Campbell, H. (Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit.Lincoln, Canterbury., 1996-06)The main objective of this research was to describe and understand the decision making of organic and conventional farmers so that we could understand why, or why not, they grew organic products. Organic production was ...
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