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  • Start-up raises $3m to launch probiotic drink tech in US

    Australian food-tech start-up PERKii has raised $3 million from a funding round comprised of existing shareholders and led by research commercialisation fund Uniseed.As well as driving local market expansion, the funds will enable PERKii to establish production of its technology in the US.

  • Substantial boost for Western Australia’s fish health capabilities

    On the edge of the ocean at Watermans Bay, in Perth’s northern suburbs, a suite of new laboratories, examination and sampling rooms are now fully operational and providing vital support for Western Australia’s fast-growing aquaculture industry.

  • WA farming family the Della Vedovas turn spud exporters

    A WA family-owned farming business has diversified its revenue stream and is fuelling demand for locally-grown potatoes by exporting its produce direct to international supermarkets.

  • Rosé category continues to drive innovation

    Australian family-owned winery De Bortoli Wines has won top honours for the unique, world-first packaging on its new Rosé Rosé at the International Wine (IWSC) and Spirit Competition in London.

  • The naked avocado

    Avocado aficionados will benefit from a Queensland research project that aims to strip bare the avocado to reveal detailed information about the popular fruit’s biology.

  • New food delivery app aims to reduce Melbourne's food waste

    Kloopr is a new alternative to UberEats, Deliveroo and Menulog that aims to reduce food waste and maintain a lower carbon footprint than other delivery services.

  • Sweet export deal for SA-made chocolate icon

    The iconic South Australian-made chocolate bar, Violet Crumble, will make its way from Adelaide and into the hands of American chocolate lovers as Robern Menz expands its export plan in the US.

  • Bruemar Pork takes out the Asian Export Award for fresh food

    The product is sourced from handpicked family farms in Eastern Australia and are sold usually in 400g net weight portions that are delicious, convenient and economic for time-constrained consumers.

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Global Table - Trade Zone

If you’re an Australian food business looking for new markets, make sure you’re part of the Trade Zone at Global Table in Melbourne this September. Global Table's Trade Zone brings the world to you. You can meet committed international buyers and investors with a specific interest in quality food products made in Australia. You’ll also hear the latest market information and insights through a program of workshops and presentations tailored to exporters.

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