The National Farmers’ Federation has commended the Fair Work Ombudsman on the completion of it’s Harvest Trail Inquiry.
The global sugar market is facing potential structural change in terms of both production and consumption, and this is set to have far-reaching impacts on sugarcane producers internationally and in Australia, according to Rabobank’s global sugar strategist Andy Duff.
A long-term Territorian with strong links to industry, government and the business sector has been appointed to a newly created senior leadership role with Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs.
The ASEAN region’s growth prospects, health profile, and market conditions, coupled with global food trends, have created a perfect storm that Australian agribusinesses and food innovators should take advantage of, according to a report Food for health: Trends and opportunities in health and wellness in…
The culture of collaboration that has propelled the Netherlands to become the undisputed pound-for-pound global champion of food exports can and should serve as inspiration for Australia’s agri-food sector.