A new $110 million initiative will back Australia’s agricultural and fisheries sector by helping them export their high-quality produce into key overseas markets, with return flights bringing back vital medical supplies, medicines and equipment. In addition, around $10 million in Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) levies will also be waived for all Commonwealth fishers, ensuring … Continue reading Securing freight access for agricultural and fisheries exporters
The Western Australia Sea Cucumber fishery is the world’s first to be certified to the Marine Stewardship Council’s global standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. “Congratulations to the Western Australia Sea Cucumber fishery for leading the way with this world-first certification. The vision and leadership shown in achieving this certification will inspire others to … Continue reading Sea cucumber fishery proving sustainable
Australian agricultural and food producers will get an easier path into international markets with digitisation of export processes to lift their global competitiveness. Minister for Agriculture, Bridget McKenzie, said changes to streamline and digitise export certification processes necessary to ship Australian products overseas would benefit meat, dairy, seafood, horticulture, grain, wool and other producers, boosting … Continue reading Digital streamlining to drive food export path
Murray River Organics today announced that exports of its products had increased by 27 percent year to date over FY2019 for the corresponding period and anticipates this trend will continue for the rest of FY2020. China has been a major contributor to the increase, with sales to Chinese customers more than doubling in FY2020 since … Continue reading China helps Murray River Organics grow
Scott Wooldridge has spent most of his career in the automation space, and he knows that now more than ever, automation’s time has come. Over the past 40 years many factories have implemented automation in all its various forms. However, over that time, the main driver was saving on labour costs. And if companies didn’t … Continue reading New Rockwell Automation regional vp looks to spread wings in Asia
The global natural food colour additives market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of more than 5 per cent during the forecast period in terms of value. With the growing awareness of the masses towards using clean label products, the usage of natural food colour additives has been gaining traction. The aversion of consumers … Continue reading Food regulations helps accelerate natural food colour additives sales
Mad Mex, Australia’s popular Fresh Mexican chain, has unveiled plans to expand internationally beginning with its first Singapore restaurant opening this week, and plans to open in Malaysia in December 2019. The expansion plans were recently announced at the Mad Mex 2019 annual conference held in Fiji. Over the last 12 months Mad Mex’s dedicated … Continue reading Australia’s Mad Mex food chain to expand into Asia
The 15th Malaysian International Exhibition of Food, Drinks, Hotel, Restaurant & Foodservice Equipment, Supplies, Services and Related Technology is all set to take place from 24 to 27 September. Also known as Food and Hotel Malaysia 2019 (FHM 2019), the event, which aims to catalyse the development of the food and hospitality industries in Malaysia, … Continue reading Food and Hotel Malaysia 2019 to showcase latest food developments
The unprecedented contraction in the supply of pork from China, due to African Swine Fever, will have a spill-over impact on the global dairy sector, according to a new report from global agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank. The report, African Swine Fever losses to complicate the global dairy complex, says with the current African Swine Fever … Continue reading African Swine Fever losses to complicate the global dairy complex
A NSW Food Expo will be held annually in India to showcase NSW food and beverage exporters to one of the world’s fastest growing markets.
PKA 2018 has further expanded to include a 9th exhibition hall at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre.
Australia has moved into third spot, on the list of importer countries into China, on Alibaba’s business-to-consumer (B2C) platform.
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, David Littleproud, will lead the Australian delegation participating in the Australia India Leadership Dialogue in Delhi this month.
Over 750 delegates from 30 countries congregated in Jakarta for two days at the inaugural EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum on October 30 and 31.
According to global market intelligence agency Mintel, the share of new food launches with high protein claims across Southeast Asia grew by 8 per cent on average every year from 2012 to 2016, with Thailand leading the way as one of the standout markets for high protein food launches. NZMP – Fonterra’s dairy ingredients business … Continue reading Consumer trends driving demand for protein in Asia
A food industry collaboration between Singapore and South Australia has been signed to improve access to clean, green produce from Down Under and boost food innovation technologies in both regions.
Demand for Australian fruit, especially mandarins, continues to increase in Thailand, on the back of targeted trade promotional campaigns like the annual ‘Australia Now! In Season’ initiative.
Australian wine will take centre stage at Vinexpo Hong Kong, as Australia has been selected as the Country of Honour for the exhibition in May 2018.
HMPS, a leading Australian machine builder who specialise in customised end of line packaging machinery, will be exhibiting in the Australian Pavilion at Propak Asia 2017.
The conference in Auckland brings together experts to help companies navigate the complex international food export market place