Sydney-based SME LLEAF has secured a global distributor for its innovative light-spectra-shifting agricultural film, shown to boost crop yields by up to 20%.
FIAL’s revamped Australian Food and Beverage Catalogue acts as a digital conduit between export-ready local F&B suppliers and qualified buyers worldwide, helping to grow the share of Australian food in the global marketplace.
The WA Food Innovation Precinct’s key strategic partner is market-testing local gourmet produce including black barley, honey and oat milk in potential export markets, helping local SMEs showcase their products, initially to Singaporean buyers.
The CRC’s ‘Smart trade hubs’ collaboration, involving QUT and SME BeefLedger, was one of just two finalists for ICT Research Project of the Year in the ACS’s 2022 Digital Disruptor Awards’.
Western Parkland City Authority has released its concept for a 24-hour, state-of-the-art Airfreight Interface at Western Sydney International Airport. Now it’s seeking stakeholder comment via an online survey open until 8 December.
In stage 2 of the Smart Trade Hubs program, QUT and SCP Capital will extend their blockchain-backed digital trading platform, developed for premium beef exports to China, to high-value fruits, wines and artisan liquor destined for markets across Asia.
The federal government’s export support grants have been revamped, with new rules from 1 July. Check out the new application guidelines and your eligibility.
Austrade’s latest export market updates indicate significant potential for Australian food and ag-tech exports across the ASEAN region – and even some bright spots in China.
BeefLedger and an interdisciplinary research team at QUT will work with food-buying groups across Australia and China to explore blockchain-based approaches to streamlining cross-border trade, in the initial proof-of-concept stage of a multi-stage Future Food Systems project that will develop the soft and hard digital infrastructure needed to support the growth of smart trade.