Cook Islands paw paw exports to NZ back on track | Pacific Beat

Cook Islands paw paw exports to NZ back on track

Cook Islands paw paw exports to NZ back on track

Updated 28 February 2013, 10:54 AEDT

The Paw Paw heat treatment plant in Cook Islands has been given the all clear to start operating again.

The plant was closed last year after New Zealand biosecurity quarantine found faults at the quarantine treatment facility, halting all exports to New Zealand.

Dr Mat Purea, the Agriculture Secretary says production is up and running again after clearance from New Zealand quarantine.

Presenter:Campbell Cooney

Speaker:Dr Mat Purea, Agriculture Secretary, Cook Islands

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