Cheer for fruit and wine companies

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 27 Nov 2020

Cheer for fruit and wine companies
Rebecca Howard
Fri, 27 Nov 2020
Investors in fruit and wine companies will have something to toast as a government initiative means less fruit will be left rotting on the ground.  Scales Corp, Seeka, T&G Global and winemakers like Delegats, Marlborough Wine Estates and Foley Wines will get a lift from news that up to 2,000 Pacific Island workers are to be allowed into NZ from January to help address a shortage of pickers.After months of intense lobbying from the sector the government agreed to allow experienced workers who have previously participated in the recognis...

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