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.
Australia’s established role as a trading and supply chain partner in the Asia-Pacific, coupled with our investments in sustainable agriculture across the region, continues to support regional food security and prosperity.
Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker, will depart for Chennai to lead a delegation at Australia Business Week in India (ABWI) to build on Australia’s close agricultural trading ties with India.
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.
As one of only a few developed countries perfectly suited to aquaculture, Australia has the potential to create a “very successful export-orientated seafood industry”, according to a visiting global sector expert.
Coffs Harbour based NSW Professional Fishermen's Association will receive more than $11,500 from the Australian Government's Australia-China Agriculture Cooperation Agreement to undertake a trade mission to China to boost seafood exports.
New horticulture trade data reports released by Hort Innovation revealed almond exports sky-rocketed by 74 per cent from 2016 to 2017, and the volume of our nation’s apricot exports tripled, among other findings.
A pick-up in China’s appetite for dairy imports will create trade growth opportunities for Australia, albeit largely in higher-end products, according to a visiting Chinese dairy expert.