Partnership groups

Food and Fibre Partnership Group

The Food and Fibres Partnership Group (FFPG) is a strategic group established in July 2020 to help accelerate current and new transformation efforts across the food and fibres sector.

The FFPG implements the Vision and Strategic Direction for the food and fibres sector, and shares responsibility for implementing key elements from the Government’s Fit for a Better World – Accelerating our Economic Potential Roadmap.

The group consists of chairs and chief executives from across the sector, Māori agribusiness leaders, and government agency chief executives to ensure it reflects the views and interests of the wider sector and recognises the importance of moving forward together. 

Ngā Pouwhiro Taimatua

Ngā Pouwhiro Taimatua (The Māori Primary Sector Forum) has been established to advise the Government on how it can best grow the Māori primary sector economy and address the
economic and social impacts of COVID-19 in line with
the roadmap.

Te Puna Whakaaronui

Transformation of the food and fibre sector relies on
purposeful leadership, alignment to a vision and an
in-depth up-to-date understanding of the global
context. Te Puna Whakaaronui (the 'think tank')brings insight and long-term focus to the sector by undertaking targeted