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On 8 February, the worldwide authority for emojis, Unicode, announced the release of its first-ever mango emoji in June 2018. The addition follows a vigorous social-media campaign funded by Australia’s mango growers over the 2016-17 season.
Industry body AUSVEG is urging export-ready member-growers to apply asap to join its trade delegation to one of the region’s major food events, Food & Hotels Asia, Singapore, in April.
According to the latest Australian Organic Market Report (AOMR 2017), Australia's organic sector is expanding, exports are up- especially to Asia- and the boom is set to continue, driven by cashed-up middle-class consumers in ‘tiger’ Asian economies and by health-conscious Millennials worldwide.
The Australian Government has committed AU$10m in grant funding to help boost wine tourism Down Under by 40,000 people by 2019-20. Need funds get your ‘wine experience’ idea up and running? Apply to Wine Australia by 02 March 2018.
In the 2016-17 financial year, agriculture became the Australia’s fastest-growing economic sector and biggest single-sector contributor to national GDP growth, with ABARES’ latest estimates putting the gross value of farm production at a record $62.8 billion over the period.
More spreadable cream cheese, stretchier mozzarella and yoghurt with a longer shelf life are among the product and processing solutions ARC Dairy Innovation Hub Director Sally Louise Gras is developing to ensure Australia’s dairy industry stays competitive in global markets.
This green-leaning European country has gone all in, putting serious money and support behind organic food production, processing and promotion.
An agreement between NSW DPI and one of Asia’s leading agricultural universities aims to boost demand in China for Australian beef.
Australia's Arcadian Organic & Natural Meat Co works with best-practice livestock farmers to build a sustainable, profitable future for organic red-meat production.
In mid-November 2016, New Zealand and China signed a landmark agreement to recognise each other’s standards on organic produce- which could give Australian exporters of organic produce a run for their money.