Agreed new biosecurity arrangements have opened the door to more export opportunities with India for Australian barley and fruit growers. Agriculture Minister David Littleproud said India’s approval of phosphine fumigation of malting barley and in-transit cold treatment of a variety of fruits is a breakthrough for our farmers. “We can now export malting barley to … Continue reading India opportunities brewing for our farmers
A new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Australian and Chinese meat sectors highlights the importance of China to Australian industry and underlines a commitment to collaboration on both sides, according to Australian Meat Industry Council CEO Patrick Hutchinson. The MOU is the result of 18 months of preparations and discussions which kicked off at … Continue reading Australian and Chinese meat sectors sign MOU
Australian-owned energy drink Kanguru has announced it will launch into South Korea later this year alongside the appointment of David Westall to the key position of President for the Asia Pacific Region. Kanguru is a high performance clean smart energy plus vitality drink that is better for you, created by Australian medical specialist, Dr David … Continue reading Australian energy drink, Kanguru, expands into Korea
From fruity drinks to coconut yoghurt, the finalists for the Food and Beverage Industry Awards 2018 shows the broad range of companies making their mark on the food industry. The prestigious awards program recognises successful and innovative people in the industry, including brands that have a focus on health, and companies that are committed to … Continue reading Food and Beverage Awards Industry finalists announced
Cardinia Shire’s agriculture sector will soon be transporting better quality produce to market, more efficiently with support from the Victorian state government. Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford today announced a $90,000 investment from the second round of grants through the Labor Government’s Local Roads to Market program. Pulford said, “The Koo Wee Rup community knows … Continue reading Island Road funding to boost Koo Wee Rup’s agribusiness
The Wimmera Mallee’s agriculture sector will soon be transporting produce to market with the Victorian state government’s Local Roads to Market program. Victorian Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford had announced the $5.54 million through round two of the program to widen a dangerously narrow 1.5 kilometre-section of Minyip-Banyena Road in the Yarriambiack Shire to improve access … Continue reading Wimmera Mallee road upgrades boost agribusiness in Vic
Researchers from the Future Industries Institute (FII) at the University of South Australia are collaborating with a group of scientists at ANSTO to investigate a new class of micro and nano-scale zinc fertilisers for broadacre crops, such as wheat. Zinc is an essential micronutrient required for the growth of wheat with crucial roles throughout the plant. Australian … Continue reading FII and ANSTO collaborate for broadacre crop fertiliser
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW and Small Business John Barilaro, and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and Member for Bega Andrew Constance today announced an equity investment of $3.3 million in Australia’s Oyster Coast (AOC) – a group of Australia’s leading oyster growers based on the NSW South Coast. The NSW Government’s $3.3 million … Continue reading NSW gov finds pearl in oyster industry
Australian fruit and vegetable exporters wanting to go global can now access advice on every step of the export journey in a single online guide. Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, and the Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, David Littleproud,today launched, ‘Fresh fruit and vegetable export requirements: A guide for Australian business’ a … Continue reading New guide for Australian fruit and vegetable exporters
Riding the success of their rapid growth for the year, Stibo Systems Australia was proud to host its first MDM Conference in the Australian region last week. The conference was held on May 16th, at the historic Customs House in the centre of Sydney. The conference included industry business leaders, consultant specialists and data experts … Continue reading Stibo Systems holds first MDM conference
In line with Chinese internet giant Alibaba’s ongoing efforts at innovation in new retail technologies, college students enjoyed an unprecedented and new experience in how to add Australian-imported milk to one’s diet at a university in Hangzhou earlier this month. Alibaba has not only been instrumental in creating Hangzhou’s now highly developed internet economy, but has … Continue reading Australian milk featured at Alibaba’s Smart Milk Station in China
The Victorian state government is backing two Ballarat agricultural machinery producers to expand their operations, creating 27 jobs and driving Victoria’s competitiveness as a producer of Australian-made farm machinery. Goldacres is a sprayer company with 40 years’ history in Ballarat, producing Australian-made products that suit local conditions and the needs for Australian farmers. A $2.78 million project will … Continue reading Vic gov boost for agricultural manufacturing
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, and the Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, David Littleproud, has launched, “Fresh fruit and vegetable export requirements: A guide for Australian business” an initiative that the government says will ensure Australia’s horticulture producers have the necessary information to capitalise on the sizeable business opportunities on our doorstep. Australian … Continue reading New guide for Australian fruit and vegetable exporters
The Federal Government has indicated in a press statement that it has has acted to ensure Australians will get every opportunity to purchase agricultural land holdings by introducing tough new rules that mandate vendors to advertise and market agricultural land to Australians first. This statement comes after concerns were raised following the the sale of the … Continue reading Gov mandates Australians to get first dibs at agricultural land
Reforms in Argentina are opening opportunities for Australian companies in South America’s second-largest economy, a new report shows.
The food and grocery sector is 30 per cent more valuable to Australian manufacturing than it was 10 years ago, according to new research by consulting firm EY. This is largely a result of Asia’s growing middle class and the demand for Australia’s produce, according to the research. The sector has been aided in recent … Continue reading Food and grocery sector driving Australian manufacturing
Slim Secrets, an Australian healthy snack brand, will continue its global expansion into China following the signing of a strategic agreement in Shanghai with Chinese company Sunjoy Marketing and Trading. Already available in over 15 countries around the world, the China deal is a milestone for Slim Secrets as it moves into its next major … Continue reading Slim Secrets secures China deal
A NSW government-linked farm is supplying “free range” eggs to the country’s biggest egg producer, a company that has played a critical role in lobbying efforts to weaken labelling standards.
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manufacturer, with the Asia-Pacific market key to success.
Recent statistics from the United States Small Business Association show nearly 90 per cent of businesses fail within two years of experiencing a disaster.