This guidance is an explanation of UK-New Zealand FTA Chapter 2: National Treatment and Market Access for Goods
Market access for goods
The agreement will help to facilitate trade in goods between the parties by reducing non-tariff barriers, increasing transparency and cooperation and supporting the World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules-based system.
Removal of customs duties
The UK-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement will eliminate all customs duties on UK and New Zealand originating exports.
Once the agreement comes into force, all UK originating exports will see duties removed immediately. The UK will phase the removal of its tariffs on certain New Zealand originating imports, including sensitive agricultural products such as beef, sheepmeat, dairy and apples.
For a full list of goods and their duty rates once the agreement enters into force you can check the schedule of tariff commitments for goods.
The agri-food explainer provides more information on the approach taken by the UK to agriculture in the FTA.