With travel restrictions and the cancellation of tradeshow after tradeshow preventing food and beverage businesses from meeting buyers to secure international trade deals, Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL) has stepped up to address this urgent need for market connectivity. Leveraging their Australian Food Catalogue, FIAL has refreshed the features with numerous advancements, pioneering new territory … Continue reading Food and beverage businesses to benefit from e-commerce solution
As native flavours grow in popularity in Australia, lemon myrtle and specifically lemon myrtle tea is emerging as a potential stand-out for international export. It’s refreshing lemon flavour and enough antioxidants to rival black tea has positioned the Australian botanical as a new and unique ingredient for tea blends worldwide. Following the recent expansion of … Continue reading Australian native tea taking on the world
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
In what is believed to be a first for the country, New Zealand exports of an organic soil nutrient discovered by accident in a Southland farm have launched into the US. A deposit of fulvic acid covering one square kilometre, and believed to be worth millions of dollars in processed form, was discovered following oil … Continue reading Accidental discovery leads to dietary supplement export bonanza
Member for Capricornia, Michelle Landry, said the Government’s investment was designed to allow farmers to grow their businesses by facilitating new trade opportunities. “2021 is an important opportunity to champion Australia’s fantastic beef products domestically and internationally,” Landry said. “Rockhampton’s contribution to the industry is central, with Beef Australia facilitating new trade and export opportunities … Continue reading New trade opportunities for red meat
Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, China, East Timor, Fiji, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, the US and Vietnam – if there is one thing Trisco knows about, it’s exporting. The Queensland-based company is a fifth-generation company that has been producing food and beverage products for more than 140 years and is … Continue reading How to grow overseas market share
A draft of a Bill introduced to parliament – the Export Control Bill 2019 – is designed to strengthen the competitiveness and productivity of Australian agriculture. Minister for Agriculture, Senator Bridget McKenzie, said the Bill would make it easier for exporters to do business by untangling existing legislation and allowing for the certification of a … Continue reading Export legislation aimed to make food exporting easier
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
Regardless of whether Venetian explorer Marco Polo really was the first to introduce pasta to Italy in the thirteenth century, food has been exported for thousands of years. For example, the UK has become heavily reliant on imported goods. In the first half of 2018, it imported $43 billion worth of food, with a proportion … Continue reading How global exporters are keeping up with demand
According to Dr Mathew McDougall, CEO of Reach China and revered expert in doing business with China, Australia’s trade relationship with China is growing by the day and it includes large scale exports of resources through to everyday items which small and medium size Aussie businesses are ideally placed to provide. “China represents a huge … Continue reading Seven things you should know when exporting to China
An independent inspector-general of Live Animal Exports to oversee regulation of the industry is a step closer today with the Bill to establish the position as a statutory appointment passing the Senate. Agriculture Minister, Bridget McKenzie, said the community deserved greater assurance that animal welfare outcomes for export livestock were being met and monitored. “Australia’s … Continue reading Improving oversight of live animal exports
The Australian Made Campaign Ltd (AMCL) has welcomed today’s announcement from the Federal Government outlining its commitment to support Australian manufacturers here and abroad. The commitment will see AMCL receive up to $5M to promote the famous Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo in key export markets, as well as establishing trade mark registrations in … Continue reading Australian Made welcomes support for Aussie manufacturers and exporters
Northern Tasmania will again be able to export fruit to Japan after Japan reinstated its fruit fly free status. The news came after work from the Australian agriculture department, which resulted in Japan accepting evidence around eradication of fruit flies from the northern Tasmanian region. Federal minister for agriculture David Littleproud said although the cherry … Continue reading Japan allows Northern Tasmanian fruit exports after fruit fly eradication
Australian walnut farmers will now be able to sell into the Indian market following the signing of a market access agreement between the two countries. Federal agriculture minister David Littleproud said he was thrilled Australia’s walnut growers now had access to India and its 1.4 billion people. “Many Australians don’t realise a scientific market access … Continue reading Australian walnuts to be sold into India
Making a few changes to marketing campaigns and packaging could help a product succeed in an overseas market, according to Export Connect director Najib Lawand. Lawand spoke to business owners at an export forum during the Fine Food Australia expo in Melbourne in mid-September. Having worked in the food and beverage industry for 20 years, … Continue reading Countries place value on different aspects of food products, export advisor says
Four of the largest markets for Australian wine exports grew in value and volume in the 2017/18 financial year. At $2.8 billion, the value of Australian wine exports has seen the largest growth in 15 years. This is a 20 per cent growth. But, of the five largest markets, the only one not to grow … Continue reading Four of the five largest markets for Australian wine exports have grown in value
The survey, called AIBS, is a collaboration between the ECA, the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, and the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation.
The new international Airport at Avalon will not only create more than 200 jobs and increase international visitor numbers, but also be capable of exporting 14 tonnes of Victorian fresh produce every day.
Tmall Fresh and Meat & Livestock Australia have joined forces to bring the best quality Australian beef and lamb to Chinese consumers.