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Australia’s fresh vegetable exports increased by 11.4 per cent in value and 15.5 per cent in volume last year, driven by strong demand from Asia...

The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) will provide new opportunities for Australian vegetable growers looking to export into this growing market, says AUSVEG...

AUSVEG, in conjunction with the Tasmanian State Government and other industry stakeholders, will host a Japan-focused trade mission in Tasmania next week...

Australia’s farmers are the big winners under the new the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA)...

Vegetable industry representative AUSVEG has welcomed the announcement in the Federal Budget for additional funding for six agricultural counsellors to represent Australia in emerging export markets...

Australian vegetable growers must be willing to adapt to a changing global retail environment to ensure it can increase production, improve profitability and compete in the world’s fresh produce market, says AUSVEG Chairman Geoff Moar..

International retailers, importers and wholesalers from nine export markets across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East will arrive in Perth tomorrow to meet with the leading vegetable producers...

Australia’s vegetable industry has welcome the latest reforms to Australia’s country of origin labelling system...

Horticulture Innovation Australia has released an industry strategy that aims to increase the value of vegetable exports to $315 million – a 40 percent increase – by 2020...

Australian vegetable growers looking to enter key export markets are set to save significant cost and complication after global and domestic food-safety certification requirements are combined...

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