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National President
Vegetable Federation

Potato Growers

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The Gisborne Herald Online

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Gisborne would experience a very big hole in its economy as a result of the Labour Weekend flood, said Vegfed President Brian Gargiulo.

"A Government recovery programme would have made a real difference," said Mr Gargiulo.

Scoop Archives: Horticulture

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A call by Vegfed President Brian Gargiulo for Kiwis to favour New Zealand produce over imported and for clear country of origin labelling, has been backed by the Green Party.

Business News - Growers to vote on federation merger

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Vegefed president Brian Gargiulo is equally enthusiastic about the change.

The organisations already did a lot of things together so it was not a huge leap, he said.
Every year it got harder for the sector to make its voice heard, he said.But with combined export earnings of nearly $2 billion, it was vital that horticulture was not ignored.
"For our weight we tend to get forgotten a bit," Gargiulo said.

NZOOM - ONE News - National

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Vegetable Federation national president Brian Gargiulo is estimating crop losses to be at around $50 million.

He says a week ago some squash growers were optimistic they could save half of their crops, however, they now say the crops are a lost cause.

The Gisborne Herald Online

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Vegetable and Potato Growers Association president Brian Gargiulo flew over the region yesterday morning and says the Government has a responsibility for the whole community and New Zealand which will be affected by this disaster.

After seeing the worst-hit areas yesterday morning, he said the communities in this region would suffer and it would be felt by the rest of New Zealand - also because much of the lost crop was destined for export.
After a short stop in Gisborne, Mr Gargiulo is travelling to Christchurch to meet Agriculture Minister Jim Anderton yesterday afternoon.
Mr Gargiulo said he was feeling for the growers affected because they have had a slice of their income taken away.

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