Aust food industry is exposed in full to the world's spotlight
Austrade recently brought over 250 buyers from around the world to Fine Food Australia, which got underway at Darling Harbour in an effort to boost export sales for around 800 Australian businesses participating in the event.
Austrade’s national manager, Food & Beverages, Lyndel Jack said food and the Fine Food event provided participants at the Fine Food industry event with an ideal platform to showcase
“Its testimony to the popularity of the Australian brand internationally that Austrade has attracted key buyers to the event from Asia, the Middle East,
“The Australian food companies exhibiting at Fine Food
To assist smaller new to export businesses, this year Austrade will manage a ‘What’s New from
Austrade’s Manager Export Advisers, Caleb Jarvis said the ‘virtual’ ‘What’s New From Australia’ stand is an ideal way for company’s new to export to participate in an international trade show without having to travel overseas and commit huge funds.
“Because the stand at Fine Food is ‘virtual’ there’s no need for the participating suppliers to be present. Austrade will have experienced export advisers manage the stand and provide feedback from the international buyers to the Australian companies,” Jarvis said.
Austrade’s Beijing-based China Country Manager, Peter Osborne said this year Austrade has brought over 70 buyers from
“The interest in
“The opening up of inland
Austrade’s chief economist Tim Harcourt said the rise of ‘super’ emerging economies in the world today is providing a real boost for the exports of Australian fine food and wine.
“In terms of food, our markets have traditionally been in high income countries like
“For example, both
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