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.
A report released today shows that Australian wine export value increased by 10 per cent in 2016–17 to $2.31 billion.
Demand for Australian fruit, especially mandarins, continues to increase in Thailand, on the back of targeted trade promotional campaigns like the annual ‘Australia Now! In Season’ initiative.
Australian wine will take centre stage at Vinexpo Hong Kong, as Australia has been selected as the Country of Honour for the exhibition in May 2018.
Slim Secrets, an Australian healthy snack brand, will continue its global expansion into China following the signing of a strategic agreement in Shanghai with Chinese company Sunjoy Marketing and Trading. Already available in over 15 countries around the world, the China deal is a milestone for Slim Secrets as it moves into its next major … Continue reading Slim Secrets secures China deal
Australian food manufacturers have been handed more freedom to export produce to the United States. Steven Impey considers the benefits this offers the sector. Australia has entered into a bilateral Food Safety Recognition Agreement with the United States, which it is hoped will strengthen exports for food manufacturers between the two countries. Similar agreements have already strengthened … Continue reading Australia and US to reap rewards from food safety agreement
The agreement will be a challenge for producers who have been able to enjoy exclusive access to the chilled meat market in China until now.