Australian and New Zealand government ministers will discuss the possible legalisation of hemp as a food at a Food Regulation forum in Hobart today.
Applications for a $20 million grants and scholarship program are now open to Victorian agri-food producers and manufacturers.
The Tasmanian Beer Tourism Plan has received $250,000 from the Tasmanian government and $100,000 from the Brewers Association.
A federal parliamentary inquiry into the marketing of Australian sugar has made only one recommendation.
After ten years of marathon negotiations, the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) has been signed.
Employees working at Baiada sites are not being paid their lawful entitlements, a Fair Work Ombudsman Inquiry has revealed.
Australia’s dairy industry, agriculture sector and beef and sheep farmers are big winners of China-Australia Free Trade Agreement.
While the government is working on a mandatory country-of-origin symbol, Australian Made is busy promoting the green kangaroo.
The Australian Government has opened an online Country of Origin Labelling survey as part of its national consultation process.
OzHarvest is calling upon Australia’s leaders to set a target to reduce food waste by 50 per cent by 2025.
A large trade mission from South Australia to China begins today with a focus on securing new markets for food and wine.
SPC has opened a high speed snack line, the first stage of the company’s $100 million investment program.
Real incentives must be provided by the government for mid-sized operators to reach their full potential for export.
The Budget has delivered a tax break for small businesses, money to promote trade and will encourage foreign investment.
Tonight’s budget will announce a package designed to help small business to invest, grow and employ more.
Methyl bromide is a very effective fumigant and ozone depleter, but it’s playing a big role in keeping strawberries disease-free.
Two NSW wines are generating huge interest from wholesale buyers at trade shows held in Eastern China.
In Berlin, over $21 million worth of cocaine has been found in boxes of bananas delivered to ALDI supermarkets, police say.
The NSW Business Chamber is helping Australian SMEs break into the Chinese export market with its Export Growth China program.
New food safety requirements and gaps in the current version have prompted a revision of ISO 22000.