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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.
An agreement between NSW DPI and one of Asia’s leading agricultural universities aims to boost demand in China for Australian beef.
Meat sales and marketing company Sanger Australia, a subsidiary of Bindaree Beef Group, launched premium Aussie brand First Cut Beef in Shanghai in December 2015. The brand is now available to tens of millions of Chinese consumers through e-commerce giant JD.com.
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.
Meat & Livestock Australia managing director Richard Norton explores the growing global demand for red meat and how this and other factors affect the outlook for Aussie beef and live cattle exports in 2016 and beyond.
The annual SIAL China trade expo in Shanghai is Asia's largest trade expo for food and beverage- and the ideal place to showcase premium Aussie produce. Check out this overview of Australia's beef offerings at SIAL China 2015.
With investment in new technologies and policy solutions, Australia can increase its production of food to meet new Asian demand while capitalising on Australia's strong global reputation for quality and safety
A new cross-continental facility based in Adelaide and Shanghai will forge closer ties in agricultural research and production.
What labels will your beef need on supermarket shelves in South Korea? What foods are China's new rich clamouring to consume? Get the skinny on key Asian markets from FIAL's EMI database...