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The GMANZ business bridge is opening up New Zealand food technology companies that are prepared to make New Zealand the natural pharmacy of the world, according to Hank Ensing, chairman of the Green Medicine Association of New Zealand.
“You no longer have the huge barrier to export to this massive group of Asian nations. Simply be the best in the world in some small health product and use our GMANZ Business Bridge," he says.
The bridge is big news for crop growers and almost any business capable of producing health products with native New Zealand ingredients, he says. "The GMANZ business bridge has been built for herb growers, industrial chemists and New Zealand business people to enable them to export a wide range of health products for animals and humans which contain certified and approved ingredients specifically grown in New Zealand." 
"The GMANZ business bridge is the solution to the challenge of exporting NZ-grown products to Asia." 
In the first week of February Asian distributors and Asian health industry leaders will be visiting New Zealand companies interested in exporting to South Asia using the GMANZ business bridge.
All across New Zealand the GMANZ delegation of Asian visitors will visit prospective exporters at their own business premises.  
In order to make this happen, companies are liaising with Ensing and planning their product proposal for presenting to the Asian delegations (contact [email protected]).
“You don’t need to go to Asia. We’ll bring distributors to your business in person," says Ensing.
GMANZ is a non-profit organisation with a unique study and research group for green medicine in Asia. GMANZ has a vision and mission of establishing New Zealand as the clean, green pharmacy of the world.
Glenn Baker

Glenn is a professional writer/editor with 50-plus years’ experience across radio, television and magazine publishing.


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