NEW ZEALAND: Exporters of organic food from New Zealand are celebrating a boom in international sales
Certified organic exports totalled more than NZ$60m for the year to June 2000 - a staggering 77% increase on the previous year.The growth is being attributed to New Zealand's GM-free image and the rise in global demand for organic goods, one of the world's fastest growing food sectors.The European market accounted for nearly half the exported goods and showed the largest growth, followed by the USA.
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