Whilst in Europe in 2016, FIAL took the opportunity to meet with different cluster leaders, academic experts and government policy makers to learn what principles should be followed to encourage the formation of successful clusters in Australia.
Future growth of the sector cannot be sustained by productivity improvements alone. CSIRO Futures worked with FIAL and other industry and researchers to identify major growth opportunities and what the food and agribusiness sector needs to do to achieve them.
An Overview of 16 Opportunities for Australian Food & Agribusinesses. The food and agribusiness sector is faced with a number of challenges and opportunities related to demand, supply, innovation, and regulation that will shape the evolution of the sector over the next 5-10 years
Many consumers are increasingly basing their food purchasing decisions on the nutritional value of the products, particularly around the protein content. Food businesses must be kept up-to-date with the latest trends in health and nutrition.
Food and wine fraud is a global issue that affects all consumers and has a large impact upon Australia’s economy. However, there is limited up-to-date data available which outlines the nature of this cost.