The fruit of ANFIC’S 40-year legacy

The Australian Nursery’s Fruit Improvement Company (ANFIC) got Australia back in the game when it came to intellectual property rights and the ability of the industry to play on something even close to a level playing field.

AusHub Vietnam’s first strategic industry bodies

The Australian Industry Hub (AusHub) Vietnam is excited to announce that Summerfruit Australia has been named as one of the Australian Industry Bodies as strategic partners for 2023.

Strong exhibitor demand at Fruit Logistica

Exhibitors from some 32 countries and regions as well as 21 national pavilions are already signed up to take part in Asia’s premier fresh produce trade show.

Bravo apple exports continue to grow

The Western Australian-bred Bravo apple harvest has begun, as national production of this promising new variety grows.

New supply chain service for exporters

Australian exporters of perishable produce will have access to real-time information on supply chains and logistics under the new service established by the Australian Government.

Freshcare Certification 4.2: The future of produce

Growers who successfully undertake FSQ4.2 certification, can expand to a global market.

Major competitors key to export opportunities

Export is now more than ever a vital channel for Australian crops.

Effects of treatments on export lemon quality

Many export markets require a treatment to ensure the absence of quarantine pests, such as fruit fly.

India agreement an opportunity for Australian growers

Agreement will see tariff elimination over seven years on a variety of Australian horticulture products including avocado, cherries and citrus.

ABARES says horticulture to reach $12 billion for 2021-22

Australian horticulture could reach the second highest value on record this financial year.

UQ offers kickstart for new food creations

Kickstarter Grant program enables businesses to put together their launchpad for food innovation success

Harvest begins on record Kanzi crop

Kanzi apples now grown in 75 orchards around Australia.

China’s Dalian port opens direct sea services to Australia

Direct services now available to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and other key Australian ports.

Australian peaches and nectarines making their way back to Vietnam

Vietnam is a valuable market for peaches and nectarines.

Calls for automation with local support

Dealing with local manufacturers is now more important than ever given supply chain issues.