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
The coming year heralds the promise that chickpeas and lentils will hold at the improved price levels reached at the end of last year. However, markets are likely to remain volatile and driven by developments in India – the world’s largest producer and consumer of pulses – says agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank. With future pulse … Continue reading Market outlook for chickpeas and lentils
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, David Littleproud, will lead the Australian delegation participating in the Australia India Leadership Dialogue in Delhi this month.
A new 30 per cent tariff on imports of chickpeas and lentils to India will hit Australia’s two most important pulse crops hard in the middle of the harvest season when much of the export trade is getting under way for the year, Pulse Australia says.
Australia needs to increase investment in emerging markets like China and India and could benefit from setting up food processing clusters in Australia, with products then integrated into Asian markets, according to a new report. The latest report by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) , Outbound investment, has found that the rise of … Continue reading Australia can become premium food provider for Asia – report
2015 has been a big year for Frosty Boy Australia (Frosty Boy), with sales on target for double-digit growth for this financial year, according to the company.
Senator Richard Colbeck said Australia and India’s trade relationship has the opportunity to strengthen and grow.