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.
Australia is the leading supplier of red meat to the world and Australians are among the highest red meat consumers according to a new report.
Synlait has received registration which will allow exports of A2 Milk’s China label infant formula to China to continue.
Indonesia has implemented its earlier agreement to reduce tariffs on the import of Australian raw sugar, strengthening opportunities for Australia’s sugar exporters.
Growing interest in Australian wine has been reflected in the largest ever attendances at the annual Australian Wine Grand Tastings (AGT) held in Tokyo and Seoul last week.
Several businesses from within the food and beverage sector have been named finalists in the Premier of QLD’s Export Awards.
Exporters in new and emerging industries and those in established ones will benefit from simplified agricultural export legislation.
Food is perhaps the most challenging export for any country, as it necessitates precise delivery timings, strict customs compliance and sophisticated and reliable technology to maintain freshness and prevent contamination.
The shares of Bellamy’s have jumped by about 10 per cent, following the decision of Chinese authorities to lift a ban on products from one of the company’s canning facilities in Victoria.
The Beerenberg range of six Slow Cooker sauces is about to make an entrance into the lucrative US market with the products soon to adorn the shelves of major retailers across that country.
Hort Innovation has launched the biggest ever trade push in Australian horticulture’s history with an ambitious plan to significantly grow exports by 2025.
Australian fruit and vegetable growers have been warned by a visiting US horticulture expert that while the quality of their produce is “better than ever before”, the demands of the average consumer now starts at “perfection”. In Australia this month to meet with local growers, Rabobank’s California-based senior fruit and vegetable analyst Dr Roland Fumasi … Continue reading “Perfection” now just the starting point for Australian fruit and veg
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.