Learn about the Ministry of Primary industries, and how they can provide support with your exporting journey.
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Presenter: The Ministry for Primary Industries or MPI helps exporters by strengthening the reputation of New Zealand's Primary Industries overseas.
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Presenter: They support exporters in the food and fiber sector by helping you ensure your product meets both domestic and destination market requirements
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Presenter: And by providing various certifications so you can export with confidence
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Presenter: Take advantage of their advisory services, exporter events, online workshops and resources to help you understand and plan for the export process.
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Presenter: For more information on how MPI can help visit their website MPI dot govt dot NZ]
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