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October 10, 1988 | BRUCE KEPPEL, Times Staff Writer
American shoppers who have become accustomed to seeing New Zealand lamb in the meat case of their supermarkets will soon find it accompanied by farm-raised venison from the South Pacific island nation. "We think we have an interesting product, and we can use the healthy characteristics of venison to create awareness of this," Michael Pattison, who heads the New Zealand Deer Farmers Assn., said during a stop in Los Angeles, the U.S.' leading venison market.
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July 8, 1999 | From Associated Press
The Clinton administration is imposing penalty tariffs on foreign lamb in an effort to protect U.S. producers threatened by imports from New Zealand and Australia. Beginning next week, a border tax of 9% will be imposed on the first 31,851 metric tons, the amount of lamb imported last year. Shipments above that will carry a 40% tariff, the White House said Wednesday.
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September 13, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Coors Joins New Zealand Brewer: Adolph Coors Co.'s Coors Brewing Co. unit and Lion Nathan Ltd. of New Zealand have formed a joint venture to distribute and market Castlemaine XXXX, a 143-year-old Australian lager, in the United States. The venture marks the first time Coors has joined with an international firm to distribute and market under license an import beer in the United States. Coors will distribute Castlemaine XXXX through UniBev Ltd.
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September 13, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Coors Joins New Zealand Brewer: Adolph Coors Co.'s Coors Brewing Co. unit and Lion Nathan Ltd. of New Zealand have formed a joint venture to distribute and market Castlemaine XXXX, a 143-year-old Australian lager, in the United States. The venture marks the first time Coors has joined with an international firm to distribute and market under license an import beer in the United States. Coors will distribute Castlemaine XXXX through UniBev Ltd.
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April 15, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
New Zealanders Cited for Dumping: The U.S. Commerce Department said it has determined that New Zealand kiwi growers have been selling their fruit in the United States at less than fair market value, a practice known as dumping. The California Kiwifruit Commission had accused the New Zealand Kiwifruit Marketing Board of unfair trade. If the U.S. International Trade Commission determines that the New Zealand practices hurt the American kiwi industry, the U.S.
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July 8, 1999 | From Associated Press
The Clinton administration is imposing penalty tariffs on foreign lamb in an effort to protect U.S. producers threatened by imports from New Zealand and Australia. Beginning next week, a border tax of 9% will be imposed on the first 31,851 metric tons, the amount of lamb imported last year. Shipments above that will carry a 40% tariff, the White House said Wednesday.
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April 13, 1992 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the 1980s, American magazine and newspaper readers were bombarded with recipes for the likes of kiwi cheesecake, kiwi pasta salad, salsa chicken with kiwi and all sorts of other fanciful dishes. California farmers and rival New Zealanders inspired this spurt of culinary creativity to pump up a U.S. market for the small, brown, furry fruit, grown in New Zealand for decades but for many years virtually unknown here. They succeeded. Kiwis became the in fruit of the '80s. Last year, U.S.
BUSINESS
April 15, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
New Zealanders Cited for Dumping: The U.S. Commerce Department said it has determined that New Zealand kiwi growers have been selling their fruit in the United States at less than fair market value, a practice known as dumping. The California Kiwifruit Commission had accused the New Zealand Kiwifruit Marketing Board of unfair trade. If the U.S. International Trade Commission determines that the New Zealand practices hurt the American kiwi industry, the U.S.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1992 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the 1980s, American magazine and newspaper readers were bombarded with recipes for the likes of kiwi cheesecake, kiwi pasta salad, salsa chicken with kiwi and all sorts of other fanciful dishes. California farmers and rival New Zealanders inspired this spurt of culinary creativity to pump up a U.S. market for the small, brown, furry fruit, grown in New Zealand for decades but for many years virtually unknown here. They succeeded. Kiwis became the in fruit of the '80s. Last year, U.S.
BUSINESS
October 10, 1988 | BRUCE KEPPEL, Times Staff Writer
American shoppers who have become accustomed to seeing New Zealand lamb in the meat case of their supermarkets will soon find it accompanied by farm-raised venison from the South Pacific island nation. "We think we have an interesting product, and we can use the healthy characteristics of venison to create awareness of this," Michael Pattison, who heads the New Zealand Deer Farmers Assn., said during a stop in Los Angeles, the U.S.' leading venison market.
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