Future Food Asia 2020 is an AgriFoodTech conference for the Asia–Pacific region that enables start-ups to present their innovations for industry recognition.
Australian researchers are calling for policies to safeguard the future of the country's manufacturing sector.
The next step in the NZ Government's M. bovis Programme is to carry out a national beef survey, to ensure that it is not spreading across beef herds.
GlobalData has revealed that the ready-to-eat/prepared meals market is expected to reach US$38.4 billion by 2023, as consumers seek quick and healthy meals.
The Australian Government has provided support and advice to those in the wine sector affected by the bushfire crisis.
The Australian Institute of Packaging will be running workshops and a one-day training course on Flexible Packaging, to provide training to the ASEAN region.
Safe Work Australia's lastest evaluation of the Workplace exposure standards for airborne contaminants now includes flour dust and is available for comment.
The federal government has given a $100,000 grant to Monash University, to clarify the legal basis for protecting geographical indications in trade agreements.
The Department of Agriculture has opened applications for a $4 million Traceability Grants Program, to enhance traceability in the food supply chain.
The Farmers2Founders Business Growth Bootcamp allows eight farmers and agtech businesses to access resources and mentoring over a three-month program.
Australia's defences against African Swine Fever will be boosted by a $66m package, providing more sniffer dogs, biosecurity offers and X-ray machines.