New Zealand food offering

Below is an indicative list of New Zealand product categories available for export. If you are interested in purchasing New Zealand goods under the SNAP, click here to download the Request Form and email through to the address supplied on the form.

If you are a New Zealand exporter and would like your product added to the list, please contact

Bakery and Confectionery
  • Bread

  • Cakes

  • Cereals

  • Custard squares

  • Dessert toppings

  • Desserts

  • Flour

  • Frozen dough, cookie, pastries

  • Fruit pastes, purees

  • Gelatine

  • Grains and seeds

  • Pancakes

  • Pavlovas

  • Purees

  • Vanilla

  • Vanilla products

Māori Exporters

Māori businesses make a major contribution to New Zealand's export economy. They often do so in distinct ways, including placing high value on partnering for the longer term. Most of these businesses are rooted deeply in their tribal lands and waterways, and are invested culturally, socially and spiritually, as well as economically, in the long-term health of these natural resources.

Organisations that represent a large number of Māori exporters include Federation of Māori Authorities, Poutama Trust or Te Taumata. These organisations support Māori businesses across a range of industries and products and can connect you directly to their networks.

For further information, please contact

Useful References on Exporters and Exporting

Information on exporting primary products can be found here.

New Zealand exporters of animal products (including animals, dairy, meat, seafood, and honey) should refer to requirements in the Overseas Market Access Requirements (OMARS) on the MPI website. Click here to learn more about the Singapore OMAR.

Meat processors and egg suppliers to Singapore are required to be listed by the Singapore Food Agency. Their list is found here.

Many of the New Zealand listings are maintained on their behalf by MPI here. MPI listing requirements are outlined in the Singapore OMAR.

Exporters of animal products are required to be registered by MPI. Click here to see a list of registered exporters.

New Zealand exporters of plant products (including horticultural products, plants and seeds) should refer to the requirements in the Importing Country Phytosanitary Requirements (ICPRs) on the MPI website. Click here for more information.

Exporters of some horticultural products are required to have an export licence before they are able to export. This is managed by the Horticulture Export Authority. Click here for the list of registered horticulture exporters.

Enquiries relating to New Zealand's export regulatory requirements can be referred to the MPI Exporter Regulatory Advice Service. Click here to enquire or email the team at

Information on the MPI website, including via the links above, is subject to change, for example, if new producers become registered for export or market access conditions change. Importers and exporters must exercise due diligence in terms of confirming regulatory requirements prior to trading.