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Adelaide brews up huge craft beer week 

"Adelaide will be at the centre of the craft beer galaxy in July when the South Australian capital hosts five major brewing events in the same week."

FTA Portal extended to cover additional markets

"The Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, has announced the expansion of the Australian Government’s free trade agreements (FTA) Portal. The portal now contains practical and user-friendly information about exporting into an additional nine overseas markets."

Australian beef exports hit world top 

ACCORDING to Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Australia is one of the world’s most efficient producers of cattle.

A nation of chocaholics

Chocolate consumption in Australia is on the rise, according to Roy Morgan Research, with more people in this country eating chocolate bars, blocks and boxed chocolates than in 2013. Last year, according to th

Australia-US food safety agreement to benefit exporters | Food & Beverage

"The signing of a bilateral Food Safety Recognition Agreement between Australia and the US this month puts Australian exporters in a strong position as preferred suppliers, according to the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources."

Australian Grocery Academy launched

"The new Australian Grocery Academy, part of a collaboration between consultancy firm Real World Marketing and the Australian Food & Grocery Council (AFGC), is aimed at building the skills of FMCG suppliers and manufacturers and help attract the best talent to the industry."

Time for snack attack

THE beef industry needs to start developing products for the snack market.

China to take more chilled and frozen Aussie meat

More Australian meat processors will be allowed to send more product to China under a deal announced today.

Sweet prices for Western Australia's marri honey

International demand for WA marri honey drives the wholesale price to double within the past month.

Where is the national fix to food fraud? | Australian Food News

When it comes to food, Australia’s got what China wants. Our produce is clean, green and of high quality – exactly what the country’s forecast 850 million

Wine label descriptions found to lead the influence on consumers

Australian consumers have been found to pay more attention to the flavour descriptions on the back of a wine bottle than to shop staff recommendations.

Coles Roadshow coming to Hobart

Coles, Food Innovation Australia (FIAL) and the Tasmanian Department of State Growth are running an industry briefing on the Coles brand vision in May. Attending food and beverage suppliers will have an opportunity to network with Coles Bran

Adelaide gin named the world’s best

ITS official — the worlds best gin is made right here in Adelaide.

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2017: 15 unmissable events

The ingredients for wonderful dining are assembled: a swag of great chefs amid a showcase of local cuisine.

Euromonitor forecasts rise in healthy snacks

"The snacking market is being revolutionised by a consumer backlash against sugar, salt and artificial ingredients, according to market-research company Euromonitor International."

Australia Post and Alibaba focusing on food export traceability 

"Australia Post is working with Alibaba and natural health company Blackmores to provide more traceability for Australian food products being sold to Chinese consumers."

Region’s best food has chance to shine on big stage

“Southern Forests produce will be centre stage next month when it is used in a cook-off as part of the Department of Agriculture and Food’s Buy West Eat Best WA Signature Dish Competition."

Alibaba expecting increase in Australian export orders with Asia 

"E-commerce platform Alibaba is anticipating an increase in Australian exporters using its service to help them break into the Asian markets. Maggie Zhou, Alibaba Australia’s managing director based in Melbourne, has tipped a surge in companies seeking advice on selling to China. Speaking with the AFR, she also believes Australia’s clean water, soil and air … "

Health-conscious consumers drive up demand for Aussie lemons

Australia's peak citrus body says a growing interest in the health benefits of lemons is driving a surge in international lemon demand.

Wine industry gives world's top sommeliers a taste of Australia

As chefs from the world's 50 best restaurants descended on Melbourne, Wine Australia invited their sommeliers along as well.

Aus manufacturing, food sub-sector expand in March 

"Ai Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index (PMI) for the month came in at 57.5. While this represented at 1.8 point drop from the previous month, it easily topped 50, the level that distinguishes expansion from contraction."

Red tape holds back growth industry

LAST week, the Productivity Commission released a report on regulation and red tape in agriculture.

Match made in heaven for food lovers

Imagine sitting down to a six course meal featuring some of Ballarat’s finest chefs.

Australia can become premium food provider for Asia – report 

"Australia needs to increase investment in emerging markets like China and India and could benefit from setting up food processing clusters in Australia, with products then integrated into Asian markets, according to a new report."

7 "Australian" foods that everyone needs to try

You've tasted battered barramundi, grilled prawns and fresh mangoes, but what about pearl meat or the "chocolate pudding" fruit?

Bringing Tea to the US

Overseas tea producers seeking to enter the US market face long odds. This is how Australia tea supplier Planet Organic played the game and won.

What the changing food habits of Australians tell us

If you're ditching meat, choking down a snack bar at your desk for lunch and feel like sourdough is everywhere you look, well the good news is you're on trend.

Hemp food products get green light from food regulator

Australia's food regulator gives the green light to hemp products sold as food.

Australia finds 1/2m new weekly bread shoppers in a year

Australia’s ultra-competitive bread market has picked up nearly half a million new customers in the last year, with almost 11m shoppers now spending an average of A$8.20 (US$6.16) each on their weekly loaves, buns and baguettes—though specialist shops have been

Aussie agtech startup sows seeds for success across Latin America

"Australian agribusiness startup and innovation hub, SproutX has joined forces with Latin American-based early stage venture fund, NXTP Labs to launch AgtechPassport, an exchange program for agtech startups."

Know your customers, ag exporters told

Live cattle, horticulture exporters open up on challenges

WA consumers asked to make a ‘good choice’ and buy local food 

"Western Australian consumers will be asked to make a ‘good choice’ and support local food businesses, as part of a dynamic new marketing campaign which rolls out across the State in July."

Organic 'greenwashing' prompts push for tighter food labelling laws

Australia's certified organic industry is expected to be worth more than $2 billion by next year but it is fighting to ensure fake organic claims do not damage its reputation.

First national food waste strategy to be drafted

"The Australian Government will hold a roundtable forum in Melbourne in May ahead of a National Food Waste Summit in November, with the aim of developing the country’s first National Food Waste Strategy."

MiNDFOOD - Seven Foods To Look After Your Heart

There is no ‘magic’ pill that can cure heart disease but there are many ways to help prevent it."

New Research Finds Millennials Want To Spend Their F&B Money On Five Key Things - TheUrbanDeveloper.com

According to new research, nearly half (44%) of the money that millennials spend globally on food goes towards buying food in cafes and restaurants or orde

What science says about getting the most out of your tea

Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Tea is personal; everyone has opinions about making the perfect cup. But what does science say about getting the most out of your brew?

Foodpro returns to Sydney for 50th year 

"Foodpro, Australasia’s iconic food manufacturing event, returns for its 50th year in 2017 to the new world-class International Convention Centre at Sydney’s Darling Harbour from 16 – 19 July."

Aussie wines set for German markets 

"More than 100 Australian wineries were recently on show at one of the world’s biggest industry events in a bid to further boost surging exports."

Native flavour boost to Tasmanian salt

Salt farmers spice it up with gourmet salt flavours and colours.

Terra Madre Chefs' Network Changing The Food System in Australia - Slow Food International

There's a whole lot of good, clean and fair food being grown and eaten down under, indeed, there are people living the Slow Food philosophy in every part of the country. From the Millbrook Winery in Jarrahdale, Western Australia, where practically everything you can eat is grown onsite, to the “Bush Food” specialists at FirstFoodCo in Salisbury, Southern Australia and Slow-inspired restaurants up and down Queensland's Sunshine Coast, the word is spreading.

What the world can learn from Australia's restaurant scene

The self-assured foodie culture in Australia is something the rest of the world should learn from, says acclaimed chef Heston Blumenthal.

Japan Food & Beverage Virtual Retail Showcase in Kyushu 2017 - Austrade

"Austrade Japan will hold individual ‘virtual showcasing’ sessions in Fukuoka and Kagoshima from 30 May to 2 June 2017. The series is designed for retail packaged, premium Australian food and beverage products that are already imported to Japan, and aims to increase their presence in the market by targeting new regional opportunities."

Key Trends in Health and Wellness for 2017

Clean eating, mindful eating is disrupting the old world of health and wellness, with consumers demanding food and drinks that are fresh, natural, and unprocessed or minimally processed.

Agribusiness launches fightback plan

AUSTRALIA must restructure its agriculture sector, invest in research and persuade more urban dwellers to back the industry to stem its falling global market share, according to Agribusiness Australia chief executive Tim Burrow.

Bright Food Aussie gourmet brands shine in China

Revenue for China-owned Bright Food, the company behind brands such as Simon Johnson, Mildura Fruit and Margaret River Dairy, has surged.

Wine exporters looking to consolidate on a stellar year 

"The year 2016 was a great one for Australian wine exports."

Beyond Burger goes beyond borders, taking meat-free patty to HK aisles

Beyond Meat, manufacturer of the “first refrigerated plant-based burger to sit in the meat counter” in America, has begun exporting to Hong Kong as the first step in an export drive.

JAEPA tariff cuts big boost for Aussie farmers

AUSTRALIAN farmers are big winners from tariff cuts delivered under the ground-breaking Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA).

Home grown highlighted in Chocolate Show 

"The search is on for the country’s best producers and chocolatiers with entries now open for the 2017 Callebaut Sydney Royal Chocolate Show run by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS)."

More and more Chinese going nuts in backing healthy snacking

Snacks are increasingly being seen by Chinese consumers as a healthy pitstop between meals, and losing their reputation as indulgent alternatives to traditional meal times.

Food as medicine: your brain really does want you to eat more veggies

A world-first trial showed depression is reduced after just three months following a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, wholegrains, legumes, fish, lean red meats, olive oil and nuts.

How hippie food went mainstream

"I think hippie culture is a crucial and positive step toward prevention and wellbeing."

Australian Organic Market Report 2017 shows opportunity for Tasmania organic producers

"Tasmania’s organic producers are ideally placed to make the most of Australia’s growing hunger for organics, a new report suggests."

Solid growth seen in Organic beef production and trade - Beef Central

While exports fell significantly last year due to drought, beef continues to dominate statistics for Certified Organic food production in Australia, an important biennial industry survey has shown. Land either fully certified or in conversion for organic production in Australia now represents 53pc of all organic farmland in the world.

Two out of three Australians failing to eat their veggies, CSIRO Report | Australian Food News

A new Fruit, Vegetables and Diet Score Report released by the CSIRO has found two Australian adults are not eating enough vegetables.

Acquaculture company BioMar to establish feed factory in Australia 

"Danish acquaculture company BioMar Group has announced plans to build a new feed factory in Australia. The company is currently in talks with local state government officials to get approval for the build."

Food South Australia Summit 2017 

Whether an established food or beverage business or a brand new start-up, the Food South Australia Summit is geared to provide practical information and share real experiences.

Australia's International Business Survey 2017 - now open

"Now in its fourth year, Australia’s International Business Survey is the largest study of its kind into Australia’s international business behaviour. Complete the survey and have your say on the issues that are most important to your business and your international success."

Turmeric and Curcumin: Standout Trend at Vitafoods 2017

"One of the standout trends at Vitafoods 2017 was the rise of products featuring turmeric and its derivative, curcumin. “The market for turmeric is blooming,” Alexis Manfre, Nutrition and Health Category Manager at Naturex, tells NutritionInsight."

Agribusiness Australia warns against complacency

Australia’s agricultural sector needs to capitalise on its advantages to become more productive and expand market share in key markets including Asia, according to Agribusiness Australia.

Margaret River wine stores open in China as demand grows

Demand for Australian wine is surging in China and tipped to grow to 35 million consumers within five years — prompting WA winemakers to set up stores that only sell Margaret River wine.

Best of Australian dairy announced 

"Winners of the 2017 Dairy Industry Association of Australia’s (DIAA) Australian Dairy Product Competition were announced at a dinner in Melbourne on 11 May 2017."

QR codes used to prove Australian olive oil is authentic

Chinese consumers of specially marked Australian Olive Oil will soon be able to scan a label on the bottle to confirm its authenticity and meet the producer via a personalised video.

Probiotic proliferation: Australian and New Zealand consumers increasingly open to new health benefits

Australian and New Zealand probiotic product launches have rocketed by 200% in the past three years, with immunity claims becoming widely accepted by consumers alongside traditional gut health benefits.

Australians are consuming double the recommended salt intake, study finds

We are consuming 60 per cent more salt than what was previously thought, a new study has found.

Consumers 'pay free-range egg premium for taste, not animal welfare'

Australian consumers are buying free-range eggs because they think they are tastier and more nutritious than those laid by caged hens, research shows.

Citrus industry surprised by export successes of Philippines, Canada

Over 6,000 tonnes of citrus fruit is being exported to the Philippines and Canada, taking the industry by surprise in formerly "non-existent" markets.

Research reveals Aussies spend half their food budget on 'junk food'

Australian households are spending half their food budget on discretionary or 'junk' items and soft drinks, according to research.

Organic fast food chain to list on ASX

A fast food chain that offers healthy and organic fast food, including a $4.90 cup of green beans instead of fries, is heading for the ASX in an initial public offer worth up to $15 million.

How Rachel Grantham created Little Bud, a healthy food business for kids that's stocked in Coles and Woolies 

“It was supposed to be ‘fun’ but it was just a scream-fest,” Rachel Grantham recalls of the 90-minute window between 5.30pm and 7pm when she would attempt to bath, feed and play with her one-year-old daughter after work. It was easily the most stressful part of her day. “There has to be a better way,” …

First it was smashed avocados, now it is premium wines

Millennials consuming everyday luxuries are the driving force behind a premiumisation trend in the wine industry.

UTS Study: Parents Buy Kids Cereal On Colour Over Health Rating 

"Parents are interested in star ratings indicating the nutritional value of cereals but it’s the colour in the breakfast bowl that has final sway, a study by researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has found."

Australians only getting half of the cereal fibre they need 

Australians are only eating half of the cereal fibre they need, research has found.

Why China Must Figure Out How to Feed the Whole World

China’s 1.4 billion people are building up an appetite that is changing the way the world grows and sells food.

Artisans of Australian Wine crowned Trade Drinks Event of the Year 

"Wine Australia’s Artisans of Australian Wine tasting has won Trade Drinks Event of the Year in the UK’s Drinks Business Awards 2017."

Indonesian agribusiness market: Tough for Australia to crack in to

"IT IS the market that just makes sense for Australian agribusiness. So why is Indonesia proving such a tough nut to crack?"

High-tech vinegar a success story of the new bush 'gold rush'

The owner of a booming Stanthorpe vinegar business says cheap rural property prices offer great opportunities for food manufacturers and workers.

Protecting the Kakadu in Kakadu plums: selling bush foods to the world

A bush foods export market could become an employer and source of income for communities – but only if the rights of Indigenous Australians are protected

The small can be powerful in Australia - analysis

"The growth of Australia's grocery market is slowing but there remains opportunities for smaller brands to exploit. Nicholas Hill, senior account manager at IRI, looks at where those pockets are."

China gets on board the Australian wine roadshow express 

"More than 2000 of China’s wine buyers, trade and media attended the 2017 Wine Australia China Roadshow, which came to an end Friday a week ago."

Barossa Shiraz awarded two coveted international gold medals

A winemaker from South Australia's Barossa Valley has been the toast of international wine community, after his Symmetry Shiraz was awarded two coveted gold medals this month.

Australasia Scotch Whisky market set to decline, Asia to grow 

"Australian craft scotch whisky makers would be wise to eye the Asian export market, as the latest Vinexpo report by the International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR) predicts it will enter new growth after three difficult years."

Webinar Series: Social Media for your Business

"Brought to you by the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme, this webinar series breaks down the principals of social media including how you can integrate social media into your business to maximise success."

Enjoy flexibility and freedom on the new Flexi diet - CSIRO blog

Our researchers have found fasting can be an effective way to lose weight and stay healthy

Australian government launches seafood body

"Australia's Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources has launched a new seafood industry body for the nation, Seafood Industry Australia. Seafood Industry Australia will promote the industry to the wider Australian community and gauge public sentiment about fishing activities and the management of Australia's marine environment."

Could Edible Insects Help Global Food Security? 

Consumer attitudes are being put to the test in Australia with an offering of roasted crickets and ants, mealworm cookies and cricket energy bars.

Descriptive wine labels tap into drinker emotions, study finds

A university study has shown consumers are willing to pay more for wine with emotional and evocative descriptions.

Aussie grapes re-brand hopes to revive Korean market

Getting Koreans to eat more Australian table grapes is about showing them the green-gold colour means better quality.

Food waste shapes up as a scandal

UP TO half the food produced in Australia every year — about 44 million tonnes — is thrown away.

Agribusiness development workshops across southern Riverina and Upper Murray

"A series of workshops across southern Riverina and the Upper Murray aim to open doors for new revenue streams for agribusiness operations."

Soylent Just Scored A $50 Million Series B Round, But Can They Expand Their Base? 

"Millennials are obsessed with food, outspending other generations on restaurants, and forking over $96 billion a year on food, but for techies In Silicon Valley, eating isn’t a pleasure, it’s a productivity pain-point."

Survey Report: State of the Food & Beverage Development Sector in Asia-Pacific 2017

"In April 2017, FoodNavigator-Asia.com conducted its inaugural ‘state of the industry’ survey on its user base of food industry professionals. The key objective of the poll was to gauge views about the current state of the Asia-Pacific food & beverage development sector."

Amazon could buy up an Australian supermarket chain following Whole Foods deal, says expert - SmartCompany

News of Amazon’s purchase of US supermarket chain Whole Foods for $US13.7 billion ($17.9 billion) has sent global retailers into a spin, but closer to home, one expert says the deal could have a longer term impact on the supermarket wars. The deal raises the prospect of Amazon potentially acquiring an existing distribution network from …

Vegetarian diet more effective for weight loss and metabolism

Compared with a conventional diabetic diet, a plant-based vegetarian diet is much more effective for weight loss and improving metabolism, study shows.

Eat, drink, feel our science - CSIRO blog

"We work with awesome companies across private industry to get our science to you faster; to help your health, the environment and community you live in, and perhaps even create you a job."

How this multi-million dollar Brisbane export business started from a chance encounter in a car in China

"A chance meeting in China three years ago started a multi-million dollar beef export industry."

David Jones is preparing to launch a chain of posh convenience stores.

THE well-heeled residents of Australia’s most affluent enclaves are going to have a whole new world of convenience at their feet, thanks to David Jones’ latest venture.

Australians see Dubai as gateway to Gulf food markets

Meat has dominated exports for years but today fruit nuts and dairy are playing an increasingly important role

High quality and specialist dairy producers make their mark

Melbourne s sophisticated gourmet scene has supported the development of a world-class dairy and cheese sector