Chinese news crew focuses on Australian citrus

IMAGES of this year’s citrus season in Sunraysia will be broadcast to an audience of more than 140 million people in China later this year. The huge nation’s love of Sunraysia navel oranges has brought a television crew from China Central Television in Beijing to the region this week to capture the fruit’s production process… Read more »

Jun 17 2017No Comments

Citrus rootstock projects bear fruit for our Industry

A decades-long citrus rootstock project is bearing fruit for Australia and its international partner countries.  Successful rootstock selections from ACIAR trials were formally released to industry yesterday in Sydney. For the last thirty years ACIAR has collaborated with Australian state agricultural departments, industry peak bodies, and our Asian partner countries to improve citrus varieties, protect… Read more »

Jun 17 2017No Comments

South Korean inspector eyes Aussie citrus

The program for citrus exports to South Korea is underway, beginning last Wednesday, June 7. Citrus Australia market access manager, David Daniels, said the inspector, Ms Su-Ji lee, arrived on Tuesday, June 6, and met with government officials. All citrus exports from Victoria and New South Wales must be inspected by the pre-clearance inspector prior… Read more »

Jun 17 2017No Comments

Australian exports to India

Australian exports to India 83 per cent of Australia’s merchandise exports to India come from just three commodities, coal (which alone accounts for 57 per cent), gold (27 per cent) and copper ores and concentrates 55 Percentage of world merchandises to India is Fuel / Jewelry. Food exports to India is its Infancy and it… Read more »

Dec 04 2013No Comments

Is exporting to India a commercially viable by Hari Yellina

Is exporting to India a commercially viable Hari Yellina says, India spends $468 billion dollars on Imports. Indian 1.2 billion population and young generation hunger for better products is making exports viable. 20 years ago most of the imports were concentrate on fuel, Gold and Iron and not much of the food. In last 20… Read more »

Dec 04 2013No Comments

What are 5 types of Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a favorite food of many and are great on their own, in a salad, or accompanying any meal. Although technically a fruit, most people – including chefs – categorize tomatoes as a vegetable. Tomatoes grow on a vine that often reaches ten feet in length.   Hari Yellina will explain more types of tomatoes… Read more »

Dec 01 2013No Comments

Australian Grapes Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts – Hari Yellina

The combination of unique texture and sweet, tart flavor has made grapes an ever popular between-meal snack as well as a refreshing addition to both fruit and vegetable salads. Grapes are small round or oval berries that feature semi-translucent flesh encased by a smooth skin. Some contain edible seeds while others are seedless. Like blueberries,… Read more »

Dec 01 2013No Comments

Where is Melbourne Market relocating?

This question has been asked numerous time to us in the past. Hari Yellina comments below   Melbourne’s wholesale fruit and vegetable market is to be relocated to a new site in Epping in Melbourne’s north, and redeveloped into a modern, innovative and efficient fresh produce trading and distribution precinct. The market is an important… Read more »

Nov 30 2013No Comments

Australian Fresh Food Exports to India -Facts

Mr.Hari Yellina CEO At Suvarnabhoomi PTY LTD says that, there will be significant opportunities for the nation’s food exporters into Asia out to 2050, as long as Australia is strategic about which countries need its products.   Australian expertise is available in a wide range of sectors that can complement Indian industry’s needs & requirments…. Read more »

Nov 29 20131 Comment

Australian Garlic VS Chinese Garlic

The large, white bulbs of garlic so readily available on our supermarket shelves are generally imported – often from China. Chinese agricultural practice still uses chemicals that have been banned here in Australia to grow garlic. The imported product is just that, so has been picked for quite a while before it gets here, has… Read more »

Nov 29 2013No Comments