There’s no denying it: New Zealand’s horticultural industry punches above its weight on the world stage.
Leading the way is the humble cherry, which is the premium export you can’t afford to ignore. It fetches the highest price per tonne in the global markets — and there are signs that demand could surge further.
Join John as he chats with Ross and Sharon Kirk from Hortinvest. They reveal an exciting opportunity called Deep Creek Fruits — which is currently looking for wholesale investors to participate in a $35 million capital raise. The goal? To establish two new orchards in Central Otago, ideally placed to capture a rising tide of profits as the Kiwi cherry continues to make waves globally.