New Zealand's location makes it so special! New Zealand produces some of the most bioactive rich and nutritionally dense produce in the world. Scientists will often suggest that geographic isolation leads to variation and innovation within species. There are very few regions of the world where this is more evident than in New Zealand. With its lush and fertile grassland plains, the geography of New Zealand drives the country’s agricultural economy.
The latitude ensures a year-round temperate climate that promotes grassfed livestock, arable grain production and horticulture. Less well known is the fact that because of the seasonal hole in the ozone layer that migrates from the Antarctic pole each year and rests over the country, New Zealand produces some of the most bioactive rich and nutritionally dense produce in the world.