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.
A unique opportunity exists for Australian grain growers to visit and learn from their US counterparts by joining a grains tour of the American Midwest.
The Australian vegetable industry has responded to the Federal Government’s plan to abolish the 457 skilled migration visa and replace it with a new multi-stream temporary visa, saying it is vital that regional Australia receives appropriate consideration under the replacement scheme.
Close collaboration with our nearest regional neighbours is an important part of the Australian Fisheries Management Authority’s (AFMA) efforts towards combatting and preventing illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
The 2017 International Temperate Rice Conference, held in Griffith NSW, has highlighted the importance of ongoing collaboration between the world’s rice growers, scientists and researchers to sustain the global rice industry.
Chinese consumers will find it easier to buy fresh Australian produce and a wider range of other Australian goods and services following a ground-breaking agreement between Austrade and Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
A group of export-ready vegetable growers will be flying the flag for the Australian industry at Asia Fruit Logistica, the continent’s leading trade show for the international fresh fruit and vegetable business, which will be held in Hong Kong from 7-9 September 2016.