Australia and China have agreed to new horticulture market access priorities that will allow future exports of Australian blueberries to China. The inclusion of blueberries on the priority list will progress after the existing access priority of mainland apples.
The European wine grape crop has been hit hard by adverse weather, and with global inventories already tight, the wine available for consumption around the world will be at its lowest point in decades, according to Rabobank’s latest Global Wine Quarterly report.
Gardiner Dairy Foundation is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2018 New Zealand (NZ) Study Tour.
Victoria’s premium food and fibre will be on show to the world during 2017’s Food and Beverage Trade Week, with local producers connecting with buyers and businesses from around the world.
The inaugural ‘Aussie Wine Week’ took the US by storm in September 2017, with sixteen winemakers travelling to New York and San Francisco to showcase their wines at a series of trade, media and consumer events.
The longstanding agricultural cooperation between Australia and China was highlighted at the inaugural Australia-China State-Province Agricultural Business Forum held on 12 September 2017.
Growing interest in Australian wine has been reflected in the largest ever attendances at the annual Australian Wine Grand Tastings (AGT) held in Tokyo and Seoul, in collaboration with the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).
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.