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Regional Victorian company ViPlus Dairy gains major China breakthrough

A regional Victoria-based company, ViPlus Dairy, states that it has become the first Australian producer of locally made infant formula products to gain regulatory approval to sell infant formula in China from January onwards in any channel under a tough new regulatory regime from 2018. The company was notified of the approval last week. It applies to three […]

December 3rd, 2017
Topic: CHINA, CO-OPS COMPANYS, DAIRY MILK, FOOD DRINK, IMPORT EXPORT, MANUFACTURE PROCESSING, NATIONAL BRANDS, PRODUCTS, SALES IMPORT EXPORT, Victoria Tags: , , , ,

POSSIBLE NEW $10M COAL PORT TO BE BUILT NEAR MACKAY IN QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA

— Construction of new Dudgeon Point coal port could begin in 2013 — Adani, unit of Brookfield Asset Management allocated land for terminals — Terminals to have combined export capacity of up to 180 mln tons a year (Adds development at Abbot Point in 2nd paragraph, possible timing of construction in 8th paragraph, Adani’s investments […]

December 4th, 2012
Topic: DEVELOPMENTS PROJECTS, GOVERNMENT, MINING OIL GAS, Money & Investments, RESOURCES MINERALS, SALES IMPORT EXPORT Tags: , , , , ,

SURPLUS GRAIN IN WA BEING SNAPPED UP BY FEEDLOT INDUSTRY

LOT FEED INDUSTRY IN WA KEEN TO ABSORB STATES SURPLUS GRAIN THE State’s excess supply of new season feed wheat and barley is being quickly snapped up by the WA lotfeeding industry. During the season CBH comprehensively tested grain for falling numbers which CBH grain quality manager Mat Regan said saved hundreds of thousands of […]

January 16th, 2012
Topic: Cattle, PLANTS CROPS WEEDS, PRICES, SALES IMPORT EXPORT Tags: , , , , , , , ,

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR STILL HOLDS ITS OWN ABOVE THE WORLDS JITTERS

Dollar shines despite global jitters Chris Zappone March 3, 2011 – 11:12AM The Australian dollar’s latest surge against the greenback despite jitters in the global economy has experts pondering whether the currency may have entered an extended period of strength. The dollar has long had a reputation as a risk currency – an asset bought […]

March 3rd, 2011
Topic: Money & Investments, NATIONAL INTEREST, SALES IMPORT EXPORT Tags: , , ,

BANANA PRICES TO SOAR & COTTON, SUGARCANE ON THE GO ALSO

Yasi tipped to send banana prices soaring Sugar & cotton also to set higher prices after floods & cyclone Eli Greenblat February 3, 2011 – 11:11AM Consumers may soon be paying triple for their bananas following reports the majority of Australia’s crop of the fruit has been wiped out by cyclone Yasi. Initial assessments in […]

February 3rd, 2011
Topic: FOOD DRINK, FRUIT VEG SMALL CROPS, NATIONAL INTEREST, NATURAL DISASTERS, SALES IMPORT EXPORT, STATES COUNTRIES, WEATHER Tags: , , , , , , ,

CHEAPER QLD TOMATOES NOW TO GO TO TASMANIA

Queensland tomato producers sending fruit to Tasmania have been given an early Christmas present – simplified and cheaper access. Growers who already treat their tomatoes for melon thrips for the South Australian and Western Australian markets can now send the product to Tasmania without any additional quarantine treatments.

December 3rd, 2010
Topic: AGRICULTURE, FOOD DRINK, FRUIT VEG SMALL CROPS, Moths & Nymphs, SALES IMPORT EXPORT, STATES COUNTRIES Tags: , , , , , , ,