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Red “Hot” apple continues to impress

Red “Hot” apple continues to impress

The first apple to be commercially released from the Hot Climate Programme (which includes NZ based companies T&G Global and Plant & Food Research), is receiving rave reviews from growers in Italy, France and the UK, after a series of evaluations in 2020. A...

New Zealand’s first food waste-to-bioenergy facility gets underway

New Zealand’s first food waste-to-bioenergy facility gets underway

New Zealand’s first large-scale food waste-to-bioenergy facility gets underway today at Reporoa, in the central North Island. Following the blessing of the land by Ngati Tahu-Ngati Whaoa, construction will begin on the new anaerobic digestion facility which is owned...

T&G Global commercialises first climate-change resistant apple variety

T&G Global commercialises first climate-change resistant apple variety

The apple is the first to be launched from the Hot Climate Programme, a global pan-industry breeding programme, focused on the long-term sustainability of apple production in a changing climate. Peter Landon-Lane, T&G Global’s Director Innovation and Technical,...

T&G Wins Sustainability Award

T&G Wins Sustainability Award

T&G is thrilled to be the inaugural winners of the Sustainability award at Countdown’s annual Suppliers Awards. The company was praised for its commitment to sustainability, social, corporate and ethical responsibility along with health and safety. “Our...

Waste-to-Energy plant announced by Minister Shane Jones

Waste-to-Energy plant announced by Minister Shane Jones

The country’s first large-scale, waste-to-energy plant was announced by Minister Shane Jones at T&G’s covered crops facility at Reporoa today. The proposed purpose-built facility will take food waste from the region (and from T&G’s tomato vines), turn it into...

A heart-warming initiative tackling food waste has been launched.

A heart-warming initiative tackling food waste has been launched.

Janene Draper, co-founder of grocery store Farro Fresh, and her sister Leysa Ross, have founded the Waste-Not kitchen, a charity that is re-purposing good surplus food to nourish women staying at Women’s Refuge safe houses in Auckland. Quality surplus meat at their...

T&G singled out in sustainability report

T&G singled out in sustainability report

T&G was singled out as a top performer in the newly released Colmar Brunton report  Better Futures Report The report is an annual survey of attitudes towards sustainability and highlights the value New Zealanders place on their natural environment. In the report,...

Swimmers go bananas thanks to T&G

Swimmers go bananas thanks to T&G

A very large and lovely ‘bunch’ of bananas are heading to beaches around the country this summer thanks to one of New Zealand’s largest and oldest fresh produce companies. T&G Global is delighted to again be supporting the aptly named Banana Boat New Zealand Ocean...

T&G Growing Green in Northland

T&G Growing Green in Northland

Watch our recent planting along the Kapiro Stream, where we've planted over 2000 native plants over the past two years. The T&G team in Kerikeri did an excellent job getting volunteers to attend and by preparing the site by clearing invasive species and laying...

T&G Global saves energy with EECA

T&G Global saves energy with EECA

T&G Global has marked an energy saving milestone by signing a new collaboration agreement with EECA at its Whakatu pipfruit packing and storage site near Hastings. T&G Global Chief Executive Officer Alastair Hulbert and EECA Chief Executive Andrew Caseley...

T&G dig deep and swaps vegies for native tree plantings

T&G dig deep and swaps vegies for native tree plantings

T&G Global staff in Kerikeri and Hastings, New Zealand, dug deep recently for a good cause. Around 70 staff from T&G swapped the planting of vegetables and fruit trees for more than 1400 native plants at two of its orchards. At T&G’s Kapiro Orchard in...

Red “Hot” apple continues to impress

Red “Hot” apple continues to impress

The first apple to be commercially released from the Hot Climate Programme (which includes NZ based companies T&G Global and Plant & Food Research), is receiving rave reviews from growers in Italy, France and the UK, after a series of evaluations in 2020. A...

New Zealand’s first food waste-to-bioenergy facility gets underway

New Zealand’s first food waste-to-bioenergy facility gets underway

New Zealand’s first large-scale food waste-to-bioenergy facility gets underway today at Reporoa, in the central North Island. Following the blessing of the land by Ngati Tahu-Ngati Whaoa, construction will begin on the new anaerobic digestion facility which is owned...

T&G Global commercialises first climate-change resistant apple variety

T&G Global commercialises first climate-change resistant apple variety

The apple is the first to be launched from the Hot Climate Programme, a global pan-industry breeding programme, focused on the long-term sustainability of apple production in a changing climate. Peter Landon-Lane, T&G Global’s Director Innovation and Technical,...

T&G Wins Sustainability Award

T&G Wins Sustainability Award

T&G is thrilled to be the inaugural winners of the Sustainability award at Countdown’s annual Suppliers Awards. The company was praised for its commitment to sustainability, social, corporate and ethical responsibility along with health and safety. “Our...

Waste-to-Energy plant announced by Minister Shane Jones

Waste-to-Energy plant announced by Minister Shane Jones

The country’s first large-scale, waste-to-energy plant was announced by Minister Shane Jones at T&G’s covered crops facility at Reporoa today. The proposed purpose-built facility will take food waste from the region (and from T&G’s tomato vines), turn it into...

A heart-warming initiative tackling food waste has been launched.

A heart-warming initiative tackling food waste has been launched.

Janene Draper, co-founder of grocery store Farro Fresh, and her sister Leysa Ross, have founded the Waste-Not kitchen, a charity that is re-purposing good surplus food to nourish women staying at Women’s Refuge safe houses in Auckland. Quality surplus meat at their...

T&G singled out in sustainability report

T&G singled out in sustainability report

T&G was singled out as a top performer in the newly released Colmar Brunton report  Better Futures Report The report is an annual survey of attitudes towards sustainability and highlights the value New Zealanders place on their natural environment. In the report,...

Swimmers go bananas thanks to T&G

Swimmers go bananas thanks to T&G

A very large and lovely ‘bunch’ of bananas are heading to beaches around the country this summer thanks to one of New Zealand’s largest and oldest fresh produce companies. T&G Global is delighted to again be supporting the aptly named Banana Boat New Zealand Ocean...

T&G Growing Green in Northland

T&G Growing Green in Northland

Watch our recent planting along the Kapiro Stream, where we've planted over 2000 native plants over the past two years. The T&G team in Kerikeri did an excellent job getting volunteers to attend and by preparing the site by clearing invasive species and laying...

T&G Global saves energy with EECA

T&G Global saves energy with EECA

T&G Global has marked an energy saving milestone by signing a new collaboration agreement with EECA at its Whakatu pipfruit packing and storage site near Hastings. T&G Global Chief Executive Officer Alastair Hulbert and EECA Chief Executive Andrew Caseley...

T&G dig deep and swaps vegies for native tree plantings

T&G dig deep and swaps vegies for native tree plantings

T&G Global staff in Kerikeri and Hastings, New Zealand, dug deep recently for a good cause. Around 70 staff from T&G swapped the planting of vegetables and fruit trees for more than 1400 native plants at two of its orchards. At T&G’s Kapiro Orchard in...