Canberra Region Food Collaborative and Regional Development Australia ACT are seeking input from local food-industry stakeholders to help structure sustainable, self-sufficient, supportive food systems for the nation’s capital.
FIAL’s recent ‘Capturing the Prize’ report found Australia’s food and ag sector could unlock $200b+ in value and 300,000 new jobs by 2030 if the sector can collaborate to capitalise on 19 identified growth opportunities. Get involved.
F&F G’s annual awards recognised the diversity of the region’s agribusinesses, with gongs going to cider, beer, pork, beef, dairy, timber and horticultural producers as well as a local farmers’ market.
Capitalising on significant opportunities for economic development will require re-tooling the region’s supply chains to make them more collaborative, connected and high-tech, finds a CRC for Developing Northern Australia study.
FIAL has brought together experts and decision-makers from across the food and agribusiness value chain, including Future Food Systems CRC, to contribute to its Roadmap to 2030.
More than 100 Indigenous custodians contributed to Australia’s first-ever guidelines on sharing – and building on – 40,000-plus years of collective knowledge around managing our land, sea and environmental resources.
Several of Australia’s largest food brands will collaborate with financial services companies in an initiative helmed by Food Agility CRC to streamline agribusiness supply chains post-pandemic.
Northern Australia’s aquaculture industry is forecast to grow fivefold and exceed $1.34 billion in value by 2030 – if industry players collaborate to surmount challenges and seize opportunities, states a new report from CRCNA.
UNE’s SMART Regional Incubator has launched an initiative connecting government, industry and research partners in “a network of innovative agricultural growth businesses that aims to deliver on Australia’s regional growth agenda”.