Opportunities in a changing world highlighted at Red Meat Sector Conference
Climate change is the biggest opportunity for New Zealand agriculture since refrigerated shipping. This was the scene-setting message from entrepreneur and farmer Geoff Ross, who was the opening speaker at the Red Meat Sector Conference in Rotorua last week.
Restoring pride in meat
A call to stop using meat as a scapegoat for both climate change and human illness was made by Belgian Professor Frédéric Leroy during his visit to New Zealand.
Top cut trade speakers lined up for Red Meat Sector Conference
Headlined by Professor of Food Science and Biotechnology Frédéric Leroy, who we profiled last week, the 2019 edition of the Red Meat Sector Conference features an impressive speaker line-up focusing on how the sector can counter fake news and misinformation in an increasingly “post-truth” world, and how New Zealand’s red meat producers can navigate choppy trade waters and take advantage of emerging opportunities.
Registrations now open for Red Meat Sector Conference 2019
Registrations are now open for the Red Meat Sector Conference being held in Christchurch from 28–29 July. This year’s conference will look at the global “heat on meat” and how the red meat sector can position itself in an increasingly “post-truth” world.