NZ and Netherlands link to tackle food shortage

National Business Review

Agriculture Minister David Carter has launched a joint programme in the Netherlands aimed at addressing food shortages by finding substitutes for animal protein.

The project involves a collaboration between Massey University’s Riddet Institute and Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR).

Mr Carter said it was an ambitious project that had potential to dramatically improve the world’s food supply.

“Already there is a long history of cooperation between WUR and Massey, particularly in the context of the Global Research Alliance, in which New Zealand and the Netherlands are working closely together to lead the Livestock Research Group.

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