Four years of work by Western Australian researchers has opened the door for exports of Australian grapefruit to one of the world’s biggest markets.Agriculture and Food Minister Terry Redman said...

Businesses across Australia will have the opportunity to learn about the commercial prospects in the $14.5 trillion United States market at seminars organised by Austrade (11-25 May), following the significant...

Australia and New Zealand have agreed on a series of actions to foster closer collaboration on trade and investment promotion to global markets.Australian Minister for Trade Simon Crean said it was an...

The Confederation of Food and Drink Industries of the EU (CIAA) today released its annual data and trends publication. This year’s Data & trends for the European Food and Drink Industry revealed...

Unease and uncertainty has been provoked among international food retailers in India by new restrictive guidelines issued that limit the already-restricted foreign investment in the country’s organised...

Over 140 Australian exhibitors are set to attend Asia’s biggest food industry event, Food and Hotel Asia 2010, this month. The Austrade-organised National Pavilion will showcase the finest Australian...

Nearly 5 000 West African farmers are now able to take advantage of the growing popularity of organic foods in industrialized countries thanks to a $2.4 million German-backed Food and Agriculture Organization...

The European Union has thrown its weight behind a ban on international trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna. Member states have agreed to back a ban during next week’s meeting of the Convention on International...

Dairy Australia will take the Australian Dairy Industry on the road this year, holding information seminars across five south-east Asian countries.  The seminars will target food service companies, retailers,...

Japan’s food ministry will expand a pilot programme that aims to increase consumption of domestic agricultural produce as early as this year. The scheme, Food Action Nippon, uses reward points to...