United Fresh has over 26 years' experience supporting and promoting the fresh produce industry, working with the entire value chain, from seed producers, grower to consumer, providing leadership on pan-produce issues.
We partner with like-minded organisations on conference events, provide neworking opportunities, including workshops on relevant topics for members.
As founding members of both the International Fruit and Vegetable Alliance and the International Federation for Produce Standards we continue to take a leading role in both these organistions at an International level.
We are an organisation that bases our services on sound science, best business practices and respect for all, taking a measured approached in all that we do, ensuring we add value for our members.
United Fresh works in partnership with the Ministry for Primary Industries and Horticulture New Zealand, helping protect New Zealand’s pan-produce industry from pests and diseases.
United Fresh keeps members informed and provides guidance on Food Laws, including the Food Act 2014 and Standard 1.2.7 for making health and nutrient claims for fresh fruit and vegetables.
United Fresh works proactively on behalf of New Zealand’s domestic Produce Industry on Food Safety & Traceability initiatives and relevant Industry Standards.
United Fresh takes a leading role and represents the produce industry internationally on issues important to our members and industry Standards.
The 5+ A Day Charitable Trust has the children of New Zealand as its beneficiaries and encourages all New Zealanders to eat 5 or more servings of fresh fruit and vegetables for better health and well-being.
United Fresh manages the highly successful Government funded nationwide Fruit in Schools programme providing fresh produce to 100,000 children each school day.
Regular members’ meetings and workshops provide a forum to discuss industry issues and provide updates on our current projects.
United Fresh commissions research that is relevant and of value to members.