Collaborating, innovating and supporting growers in New Zealand.
Fruitfed Supplies is the horticultural service and supply division of PGG Wrightson Ltd with stores located in New Zealand's major horticultural regions. Our store network is complemented by over 50 Technical Horticultural Representatives who are out in the field working with growers. Together, our representatives and store teams have the technical and industry knowledge to assist growers in producing profitable and sustainable fruit and vegetable crops.
Our long-lasting clients include grape growers manufacturing international wine labels, pip and stone fruit exporters and vegetable growers supplying local and overseas markets.
Having been part of the horticultural industry for over 100 years, our team supports and collaborates with growers, improving growing practices. Forming long-lasting relationships within the industry, our in-store teams and Technical Horticultural Representatives are supported by Crop Monitors and Technical Advisors. Together, the Fruitfed Supplies team provides a comprehensive service across a range of fruit and vegetable crops and is dedicated to supporting your goals in the field.
Our Technical Knowledge
With a Research & Development team conducting product trials and assessing new growing techniques in New Zealand, our wider team of in-store representatives and Technical Horticultural Representatives are aware of the latest developments, offering a real advantage when recommending growers crop protection and fertiliser programmes. Our depth of knowledge and access to new products is not easily matched, and with our research driving continuous improvements within the industry, Fruitfed Supplies assists growers produce quality, profitable fruit and vegetable crops.
1948 - 1970:
‘The Federation’ was the primary source of orchard inputs from the 1920s through the ‘60s and into the ‘70s while, at the same time, facilitating district advisory groups which continued to represented the industry’s interests throughout this period.
1980 - 1995: