Demand for Australian fruit, especially mandarins, continues to increase in Thailand, on the back of targeted trade promotional campaigns like the annual ‘Australia Now! In Season’ initiative. ‘Australia...

FoodLegal has announced its latest symposium, ‘Food Import/Exports – Promises and Pitfalls’. The symposium, to be held in Sydney on Tuesday 22 November 2016, will cover a number of importing and...

Chinese consumers will find it easier to buy fresh Australian produce and goods with Austrade striking a ground-breaking deal with Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba. As part of the agreement, a dedicated...

The Chilean Government has introduced mandatory food labelling laws covering locally produced and imported food products, as it attempts to combat the country’s rising obesity levels. With 60 per cent...

Increasing demand for premium food, an influx of western restaurants and the rapid expansion of the tourism industry are creating growing opportunities for Australia’s food and beverage exporters. Ross...

A growing urban middle-class with increased disposable income and changing consumption patterns is creating new opportunities for Australian exporters in Vietnam, particularly in food and beverages.   Vietnam...

Australian lamb is in high demand in India, according to Austrade Sheep and lamb products are increasingly in demand across India, according to the Australian Government body Austrade. In an Australian...

Australian food and agribusinesses can take advantage of a new service from VECCI Global to assist them in expanding into export markets in Asia. VECCI Global said it believes Australia’s “reputation...

Australian produce exports will feature on restaurant menus in Kuala Lumpur throughout June when the Malaysian capital hosts the Flavours of Australia Festival. About 20 restaurants in Kuala Lumpur are...

The Australian government will be opening an Austrade office in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) this year as part of the Australian Government’s drive to help businesses break into one of Asia’s...