'What we're after is a level playing ground' – NZ growers facing tough market competing with cheap imports

Source: Breakfast

Cheap imports of foreign fruit and vegetables are making life tough for growers across the country.

South Canterbury's Butler's Berry Farm claims Frozen berries are making their way into the country for a fraction of the price of fresh, locally grown berries, and local farmers not getting enough support. 

Horticulture NZ CEO Mike Chapman said mandatory labeling of origin would help consumers support locally grown produce.