Kaitiakitanga key to Māori milk

company's growth

The Māori milk company says its carbon footprint is 94% lower than its global competitors.

“I think the rest of the world is finally catching up to the fact that Māori and kaitiakitanga is really central to everything that we need to consider in business and our lives,” Karl Gradon, chief executive said.

The 20-year dairy-industry veteran and Ōhope native is no stranger to the Māori economy, after heading the NZ Manuka Honey Group.

Link to article: Kaitiakitanga key to Māori milk company's growth (1news.co.nz)


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