B+LNZ CEO joins business delegation to US
B+LNZ chief executive Sam McIvor was asked to join a business delegation to the US with CEOs, investors, tech entrepreneurs, and leaders of some of New Zealand’s biggest corporates and iwi organisations.
Trade blog: advocacy in the UK
In this trade blog, B+LNZ's Senior Trade Policy Advisor Nicholas Jolly discusses how we’re working with our counterparts in the United Kingdom on shared issues such as carbon forestry and measuring methane.
B+LNZ staff working around the globe for best trade deals
B+LNZ staff are continuing their work in the US, UK, and EU to achieve the best possible trade outcomes for farmers.
Local and global meat and livestock sector discussions inform the UN Food Systems Summit
In the lead up to the United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS), the New Zealand meat industry engaged with the New Zealand Government and New Zealand agriculture groups to ensure the complexity of our livestock systems was accounted for in global discussions around food systems.
An update from B+LNZ and the MIA: Livestock processing capacity changes
We want to give you an update on how the global supply chain issues caused by COVID-19 are impacting the red meat sector.
Brexit update for farmers
The United Kingdom (UK) will formally depart the European Union (EU) customs union and Single Market on 31 December of this year.
B+LNZ’s Global Trade Update recap
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) hosted a Global Trade Update with guest speaker Vangelis Vitalis, one of New Zealand’s top trade negotiators giving farmers insights into the global trade policy situation from a red meat perspective.
EU’s Free Trade Agreement offer not credible and delivers an unlevel playing field for New Zealand trade
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) and the Meat Industry Association (MIA) are deeply disappointed with the quality of the recently leaked agricultural access offer from the European Union (EU).
Cairns Group Farm Leaders reaffirm the importance of The Open, Fair and Rules-Based Trade of Agricultural Goods to Food Security during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Cairns Group Farm leaders strongly support the joint statement issued on the 31 March by the heads of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) which calls on governments to minimise the impact of COVID-19 related border restrictions on trade in food.
Team effort to keeping NZ’s red meat exports moving during lockdown
Ensuring this country’s red meat exports have the necessary documentation to allow access into overseas markets is a complicated task on a good day.
Impacts of COVID-19 on New Zealand’s red meat sector trade
Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) provide an update on how COVID-19 is affecting New Zealand’s red meat sector and international trade.