Australian Fine Food News
  • New market engagement program trialled in key Southeast Asian markets

    New market engagement program trialled in key Southeast Asian markets

    A new and improved market engagement program has been trialled by Dairy Australia’s Trade and Strategy team in Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.

    Featuring key elements of Dairy Australia’s long-running and highly successful Southeast Asia scholarship program, the revitalised market access initiatives were rolled out in Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and Manila in December 2018.

    Participants from the annual scholarship program were encouraged to continue their involvement by nominating up to three of their colleagues for a one-day workshop.

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  • Second Taste Australia event showcases premium Australian produce

    Australia’s finest produce was on full display in one of the nation’s key export markets last month, in an effort to reinforce Australia’s position as a key supplier of premium food and wine.

    Four of Australia’s key Rural Development Corporations (RDCs) joined forces to stage the latest Taste Australia event at the New World Hotel in Beijing, in a combined effort to highlight the quality of Australian agricultural products.

    It was the second event organised by the collaboration partners – Dairy

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  • Australian dairy processors continue to plan for the long term

    Dairy Australia’s latest Situation and Outlook report has highlighted major developments in Australia’s dairy processing sector.

    Amidst challenging conditions for Australian dairy farmers, the report highlights significant investments in infrastructure by the country’s existing processors...

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  • Dairy Australia promoting dairy on the international stage

    Dairy Australia is helping to showcase Australia’s dairy industry to the world with Managing Director Dr David Nation recently attending the Global Dairy Platform and International Dairy Federation (IDF) Summit – 2018 held in Daejeon, South Korea.

    Held from 9 to 19 October this year, the summit is one of the world’s premier dairy events.

    Dr David Nation said the highlight was an address by Ban Ki-moon, the former Secretary-General of the United Nations and South Korean diplomat. 

    “What was particularly

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  • Dairy analysts watching European weather closely

    Dairy analysts watching European weather closely
    John Droppert, Dairy Australia senior analyst, said the current European drought may affect milk production.

    Brighter prospects of higher Victorian farm gate milk prices, due to a downturn in global milk supply, may be dampened by a sharp jump in production costs, according to analysts.

    Dairy Australian senior analyst John Droppert said there had been a drop in New Zealand production and a cold, and wet spring, in the northern hemisphere.

    “The Europeans went through quite a bit of fodder,

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