The NZFMA has an association with a number of organisations based in New Zealand and internationally.
Below are brief details and a link to their websites.
The Baking Industry Association of New Zealand (BIANZ) is about supporting and promoting the baking industry, it's products, lead and grow the base of bakers and baking apprentices in New Zealand.
For more information on BIANZ, please visit their website by clicking on the link.
The Baking Industry Research Trust (BIRT) is a sub-committee of the New Zealand Association of Bakers (NZAB), delegated the responsibility of administering the Trust Account.
The Trust Account was set up to meet the requirements of the Wheat Industry Research Levies Act 1989 and to identify and make recommendations to the NZAB Executive. The NZAB Executive has legal responsibility for administering the Trust, and other levy payers on research projects.
For more information on BIRT, please visit their website by clicking on the link.
The Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) is an applied research organisation responsible to New Zealand arable growers. FAR is involved with funding of arable, maize research and technology transfer. The organisation was formed in 1995 and operates under the Commodity Levy Legislation.
For more information on FAR, please visit their website by clicking on the link.
Plant & Food Research is a New Zealand-based science company providing research and development that adds value to fruit, vegetable, crop and food products.
With over 900 people based at sites across New Zealand, as well as in the USA and Australia, at the heart of Plant & Food Research is a goal to underpin the growth of plant and marine-based industry through the successful application and commercialisation of research-based innovation.
For more information on Plant and Food, please visit their website by clicking on the link.
The New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology (NZIFST) is the country’s leading professional association representing people working in the food industry, or in related research and teaching, who apply science, technology and engineering to the processing, manufacture and distribution of foods.
For more information on NZIFST, please visit their website by clicking on the link.
ATMA provides a network for members of the Cereal Milling and Processing related industries to encourage professional development and technical leadership and advance the status and knowledge of the milling industry. They do this by providing a forum for networking and exchange of ideas with emphasis on training and educational opportunities.
For more information on ATMA, please visit their website by clicking on the link.