Dec 2 2019

HEA – Horticulture Export Authority New Zealand, hea hea hea.

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Welcome to HEA

Welcome to the New Zealand Horticulture Export Authority website.

The NZ Horticulture Export Authority (HEA) Fees and Levies Regulation was passed by Cabinet on 14 August. The updated Regulation will enable the HEA to be appropriately funded to apply the amended Act. The HEA Fees and Levies Regulation will apply from 1 October 2017.

(For more detail see the Regulation under Resources – Legislation on this website.)

Click here for the Media Release.

Review of HEA Act

We requested amendments to HEA legislation to improve its appeal, effectiveness and net value to the horticultural sector. For the progress of this review see SID THE SNAIL’S TRAIL. The amended HEA Act was finally given Royal Assent on 13 December 2016!

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Click here for the HEA Act as amended in December 2016.

The amended HEA Act – what it means, Simon Hegarty, The Orchardist, March 2017

Click here for article (PDF document)

Media Release – Horticulture Export Structure modernised – 7 December 2016

Clarity and flexibility are two benefits for horticulture industry groups under an amended horticulture export structure that passed its final hurdle in Parliament late yesterday. The amendments to The New Zealand Horticulture Export Authority (HEA) Actwill modernise the Act by clarifying the entry/exit criteria and funding mechanisms as well as providing greater flexibility with respect to the licensing options for the 9 product groups currently using the structure.

Click here for HEA media release (PDF document)

Media Release – Horticulture shows ‘spectacular’ growth – 30 November 2016

Horticulture has experienced a spectacular 40 percent growth in export earnings since 2014, according to a new report, with tariffs on exported produce down by 22 percent since 2012.

The New Zealand Horticulture Export Authority (HEA) and Horticulture New Zealand commission the report New Zealand Horticulture – Barriers to Our Export Trade every two years, with funding support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and NZ Fruitgrowers Charitable Trust.

The report, launched at an event in Wellington today, says horticultural produce exporters paid an estimated $190 million in tariffs, a reduction of 22 percent on 2012’s figure of $241 million.

Copies of the report are only available to New Zealand stakeholders. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at HEA to request a copy of the report.

Click here for HEA media release (PDF document)

Click here for Executive Summary Introduction (PDF document)

NZ Government Grants with possible access for horticulture

Click here for a list of grants compiled by HEA for members’ information.

Please note: To view the Government Grants information you need to be a member and have logged in at the Members Area first.

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