23rd February 2022 By Staff Reporter | email@example.com | @foodtickernz
KPMG and the University of Waikato are partnering to deliver a new six-week course designed for rural professionals seeking to expand their knowledge in New Zealand’s food and fibre sector.
The virtual course would have a consumer-centric view and focus on three key themes comprising the impact of science and technology, trade and regulation, and the evolution of circular food systems.
Earlybird registration closes on 28 February for the programme, which runs from 17 March – 22 April.
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