About Fresh Produce Development Agency

Fresh Produce Development Agency (FPDA) is a parasternal organisation, with recurrent budget funding from the Government of Papua New Guinea. FPDA has its origins in the New Zealand funded Marketing Fruit and Vegetable Project (MFVP), a Public Investment Project (PIP) which focused on the collation and dissemination of market-related and technical information on fruit and vegetables. MFVP evolved into the Fresh Produce Development Company Limited (FPDC), which was registered under the Companies Act in 1988 and started operating in 1989.