Real incentives must be provided by the government for mid-sized operators to reach their full potential for export.
South Australia’s Hills Cider Company has sent its first shipment of apple, pear and apple and ginger cider to the United Kingdom.
New projections show Asian countries will dominate global wine consumption and import growth, led by a surge in wine consumption.
While the media describes Australia as the ‘food bowl of Asia’, the real story paints a different picture.
Meat processing business Midfield Group has received approval to build a milk factory in Warrnambool, Victoria.
Meat processor JBS Australia has reportedly cut “hundreds” of jobs at two sites.
The depreciating dollar, the Japanese FTA and a rebound in the Chinese market are some of the factors encouraging wine exports.
The NSW Business Chamber is helping Australian SMEs break into the Chinese export market with its Export Growth China program.
Marketing to China is like marketing to Europe; a one-size-fits-all strategy will not suffice.
The rise in the Asian middle class presents enormous opportunities to exporters globally.
Victorian-based fresh pizza manufacturer Della Rosa has cracked the Chinese market, with plans for Taiwan, Japan and Korea.
Angove Family Winemakers have received the first official order from their Chinese distributor.
Australia is the sixth largest export market for Champagne in the world.
Ongoing import growth by Chinese and wider Asian dairy companies shouldn’t be taken for granted, says Rabobank.
While the supermarket code of conduct secured this week is good news, the squeeze on profit margins exists beyond a code.
The new Livingstone Beef facility will process up to 1000 head of cattle a day at full capacity.
For the first time since the GFC, Australia saw a rise of 1.9 per cent in the value of wine exports in 2014.
The Australian Made Campaign has welcomed the Government’s moves to expand Australia’s access to the burgeoning Chinese market.
Australian craft brewers have asked the WTO to take action against countries that provide subsidies to microbreweries.
In this week’s video, we focus on the key outcomes of the China Australia Free Trade Agreement.