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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.
NSW DPI has been signing on farmer hosts for a two-month trial period of its new agri-tourism platform Visit My Farm in early 2017.
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
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.
The Export Market Insights (EMI) database for Australian food and beverage exporters offers a wealth of information about eight key markets across Asia aggregated from multiple key data sources in a single web location.
A Rabobank study on global markets for premium wine has found that to capitalise on growing demand for quality drops worldwide, smaller producers may need to change their marketing channels and their strategies.