The WA Government announced two grant schemes to drive agricultural innovation and export growth.
A research report analyses how Australian farmers can capitalise on opportunities to supply overseas markets where consumers are willing to pay higher prices for quality local food products.
Fresh produce businesses have the opportunity to enhance their understanding of food safety issues and of ways to add value to their business at a workshop being held in Hobart.
A report commissioned by the WA State Government has found the Western Australian agrifood sector has significant untapped potential for further growth, and is highly attractive to a wide range of investors both locally and globally.
An exclusive insight into Australia’s growing agricultural opportunities in China thanks to the Federal Government’s China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) will be showcased on ABC Radio Country Hour from 12 noon.
Innovative food and agribusiness start-ups and fledgling ventures will have the opportunity to showcase themselves to potential investors at an event to be held in Sydney in November 2016.
Food & Beverage Trade Week (FBTW) – the state’s premier inbound trade mission targeting the global food and beverage market – is in full swing with a delegation of international buyers visiting some of the state’s best meat producers in Geelong.
Australian shopping habits are changing rapidly to accommodate busier, more time-poor lifestyles, with new research suggesting that consumers’ fresh vegetable purchasing patterns are shifting dramatically away from having a routine towards making on-the-spot decisions.