Month: February 2019


Agribusiness is just about caught up with the city businesses with their flashy marketing campaigns that leave an underlying message which leads to consumers purchasing their products. Once agriculture catches up to the speed of which SME’s and corporates are moving it is already of gone another mile down the road. Get started with your…

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Australian wine exports reach the post-GFC high of $2.56 billion

Australian wine exports increased by 15 percent to $2.56 billion in the 12 months ending December 2017, according to Wine Australia’s Export Report released today. The 15 percent increase in the value of exports is the highest annual growth rate since 2004 and it was also a record-breaking year for volume, with exports growing by…

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Australian Horticulture

Australia’s horticulture industry has long enjoyed a domestic and international reputation as a sustainable producer of premium safe food—primarily due to our high standards across all stages of the supply chain, from farm to consumer, also quite prominent through other Aussie production supply chains. The majority of the horticulture enterprises consist of small-scale family farms—however, there…

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The Australian wool industry

The history of Australian wool starts at the very beginning of Australia as it was settled by the British

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