The first shipment of Territory mangoes to be exported to the United States (US) this season has begun the two week journey to its US importer.
Smart Berries Australia is one of the growing number of local companies rolling out Australia's new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) early, making it easier for consumers to support local farmers and businesses.
More than 200 Australian fruit, vegetable and nut producers and industry representatives are in Hong Kong to showcase their produce at Asia’s largest horticulture trade show, marking the beginning of a six-month tour across Asia and into the Middle East.
Fresh Australian blueberries and tender Aussie lamb were tried and tasted by potential importers during an Australia-India dinner hosted by Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker.
Domestic and international demand for Australian avocados and broccoli is rising rapidly and providing a significant incentive for farmers to continue expanding their businesses according to Rural Bank’s latest Australian Horticulture Update.
A world-first innovative plant growing technique that is set to double Queensland’s avocado production and smash the global shortage of avocado trees has received a $636,000 grant through the second round of the QLD Government's Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships program.
Western Australia's apple industry has celebrated the first export shipment of Western Australian-bred BRAVOTM branded apples to Singapore.
Horticulture organisation, Growcom, is deeply disappointed by reports that rogue operators have exploited farm workers under the Seasonal Worker Programme.