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Australia's been doing its bit to promote the United Nations' International Year of Pulses, with video and photo competitions, a cookbook, pulse-themed social and educational events- and the vastly increased Australian acreage planted to pulses this year on the back of strong global prices.
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
September’s not all footie finals and spring planting: it’s Organic Awareness Month! Get in touch with organisers Australian Organics and help spread the good word about certified-organic products to fellow producers and consumers.
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.
Food and fibre producers across Victoria: have your say on how the next generation of famers can develop business skills that will help them thrive in the 21st century global agriculture market.
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.
With a population of 319 million consuming an average 95 kg of meat a year, you’d think selling Aussie steak and lamb to Americans would be a cinch. Not so, says the MLA. Check out what they’re doing to market our premium grass-fed meat Stateside.
All women on the land are winners – but these gals are standouts, according to the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, who recently announced the 2015 recipients of its annual Rural Woman of the Year Awards.