Vegetable farming in Australia has enormous opportunity for growth.
Thirty Australian dairy industry representatives are in China on an Austrade-led trade mission to demonstrate their products, services and technology at the China Dairy Expo.
Coffs Harbour’s Professional Fishermen’s Association is receiving a $109,225 Australian Government grant to conduct a market study into the feasibility of shipping live eels to China using a specialised live seafood e-commerce platform.
Australian melon growers can again have confidence in secure market access for honeydew and rockmelons, following the end of a temporary import suspension by New Zealand.
A major technical barrier to trade that is estimated to have cost industry up to $60 million per year has been lifted in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), through the extension of the accepted shelf life for Australian vacuum-packed beef and sheep meat.
Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) has seized on the opportunity provided by recent political developments in the United Kingdom (UK) to push forward the campaign for non-discriminatory market access for Australian beef and lamb.
International retailers, importers, and wholesalers from nine export markets across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East are due to land in Perth on Wednesday 10 May 2017 to attend the annual Reverse Trade Mission (RTM), delivered by AUSVEG and commissioned by Horticulture Innovation Australia.
Lamb eating quality trials have identified new opportunities to grow the valuable Chinese and United States markets, with the consumer insights to enable the sheepmeat value chain to better address quality and price demands.