4 Reasons Australian Food Is Better for You
Australia has proven itself to be a leader in the research, development and manufacture of high-quality, safe and innovative processed foods.
Australian Fine Foods is proud to be an Australian export company in the ‘lucky country’, exporting Australian food brands and their innovation, premium quality and taste to the rest of the world.
So why is it that so many countries around the world are choosing food from Australia?
According to the Australian Government’s ‘Australian Capability in Better-for-you Foods’, there are many reasons.
1. The raw ingredients for Australian food products come from Australia itself, with its renowned clean, green and safe produce. Australia produces some of the world’s best dairy, fruit, vegetable, grains, pulses, edible oils and honey in the world.
2. Australia is home to 60 percent of the world’s organic farmland. It’s quality control and safety systems are amongst the best in the world, and the country’s geographic isolation and strict quarantine monitoring result in better quality Australian food products.
3. Australian food manufacturers are innovators. Dieticians and food technologists are supported by research programs to advance the food industry through the development of new and innovative foods that are not only in demand but are better for you.
4. With allergies and intolerances on the rise, Australian manufacturers have developed a broad range of ‘safe’ food and beverages that are free from allergens including gluten, nuts, lactose and other ingredients. Many products are all-natural, and free of genetically modified organisms, and artificial colours and flavours.
Australian Fine Foods partners with leading Australian manufacturers to deliver the finest, freshest Australian products in the best condition, without exception throughout Asia-Pacific and beyond.
Our quality standards and systems have not only made us a premium Australian exporter of quality foods, they assure the quality of each product is maintained at every stage of the export process – from manufacturing through transportation and delivery.