Knowing where your food comes from bridges the gap between the paddock and your plate. But there is a growing sense of unease about agriculture in this country, particularly in urban areas, where many people don’t understand where their food comes from or how it is product.
Living on a vineyard in the heart of New Zealand wine country, Rob Simcic is excited about the opportunities ahead.
Millennials aren’t just changing the food we are buying, they’re changing how we are buying it.
Unlike my generation, millennials have grown up knowing about climate change, knowing about environmental pollution and they know the most powerful thing they can do is consume consciously.”
Gary Hirschberg may be a baby boomer, but he understands what drives younger generations when it comes to the choices they make.
Technology is constantly changing the way many things are done both in the day-to-day life of people and the way businesses operate, and the primary sector is no different. But with literally millions of apps now available how do you navigate the tech tsunami?