NEW ZEALAND: New apple varieties created to circumvent Enza's export monopoly
New Zealand fruit growers have been going to extraordinary lengths to circumvent the statutory export monopoly controlled, and closely guarded, by Enza . Many are attempting to prove that their apples are so different from Enza's own produce that they deserve a separate export permit. Among these are offerings such as the kosher, the tongan and now the Maori and the halal apple.
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