What about bees?
Bees were first introduced to New Zealand in the 1830s.
Registered beehives have increased from 299,712 to 505,315 in the last four years alone. Many consider honey as a super food enriched with natural preservatives, which means there is a massive demand for good quality raw New Zealand honey both nationally and worldwide.
Honey bees bring between 70 and 80 million dollars of export income to the New Zealand economy each year and this figure is rapidly growing.