1) Government agencies: ICPR Changes, Residues found, Symposium focused on combating myrtle rust, WTO Notifications
2) New Zealand News: Research dispels urban-rural divide talk, NZ, UK ministers reiterate commitment to trade talks, Trans-Tasman Single Economic Market Ministers’ Meeting, Primary Sector continues to grow’, Growers need to keep track of ‘messy middle’, Disturbing signs ahead for NZ trade, NZ farmers frustrated at lack of government action to approve RSE workers, Total of 53,000 cherry trees to be planted at Mt. Pisa, NZ, New Zealand asparagus: Automation is the answer to labour issues, Taking blackcurrants to the top of the tree, FAR testing future food crops, Consumers rule Ohakune growers’ business, Helius Therapeutics will pay more than $43,000 for cannabis growers, Research finds breakfast could provide good opportunity for fresh produce industry; Scientists discover new class of flavonoids; Organic versus standard produce; Gisborne celebrates 10 years of growing Envy apple; New Zealand consumers prefer locally grown potatoes
3) International news: GAIN reports; EU welcomes Member States' support for greater price transparency; U.K.-Australia trade deal negotiations begin; Food tech startup Strong Roots raises $18 million for vegetable-based frozen products; Booking a container will be just as easy and fast as booking a flight online; Cyber attack risk ‘growing’ in food supply chains; Products recalled after spinach found to be potentially contaminated with E. coli; Third-party quality inspection agencies help Chinese importers ensure fruit quality; Is indoor farming poised to challenge the status quo?; The market in China has some of the greatest opportunities of any in the world; Is indoor farming poised to challenge the status quo?; Sainsbury’s ‘to halve plastic packaging by 2025; Tesco will not phase out plastic bags for loose fruit and veg; Opportunity to transform food system; US agriculture 48 times more toxic to insects; Plant waste as raw material; Fairtrade mark gains trust and traction among US consumers.