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The Australian Government has pledged AU$165,000 in funds to get new markets abuzz about what the Australian Manuka Honey Association claims is the original and arguably, the best medicinal honey on Earth.
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.
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 this information-packed podcast from AUSVEG's InfoVeg Radio, first aired in September 2017, researchers and growers talk about value-adding innovations in horticulture including new product and packaging solutions, post-harvest technology and management, branding and marketing solutions.
From 1 July 2018, Australian businesses will be required by law to affix new, detailed country of origin labelling to all 'priority' foods, with the government ramping up efforts to promote the new CoOL system to producers and consumers ahead of the mandatory adoption date.
The dirtgirlworld-led Compost ROcks! toolkit and year-long social media campaign aims to encourage local councils and householders to “find multiple uses for compost”.
A recent HIA-backed study compared Australia’s vegetable industry with seven of our key competitors, analysing regulations around food safety, marketing, transportation and exports to yield useful info and recommendations.
Australian wines continue to prove their worth on the world stage: at the prestigious International Wine Challenge, this year’s entries from Down Under netted 815 medals to rank number two in the overall count, beaten only by France.
Significant federal government funding aims to support export growth and domestic wine-related tourism in Australia’s wine sector, which collectively contributes $40.2b annually to the nation’s economy.
A new cross-continental facility based in Adelaide and Shanghai will forge closer ties in agricultural research and production.