News Archive: Premium food and wine exported to the world
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The 2017-18 State Budget records a $239 million surplus in 2016-17 and commits to $859 million in operating surpluses across the forward estimates.
Tasting Australia starts today and is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the unique food and beverage experiences across our state’s top culinary locations.
The state’s membership in the prestigious Great Wine Capitals Global Network has been elevated following the appointment of internationally celebrated winemaker, Peter Gago to the role of Adelaide/South Australia’s Great Wine Capitals Global Ambassador.
A second year review of progress against the State’s Economic Plan reveals that 10 of 73 objectives under the ten economic priorities have been reached well before the December 2017 deadline.
In the first eight months of Qatar Airways' direct service from Adelaide to Doha, which began in May, the average monthly value of air freight exports has more than tripled from $115,000 to $355,000.
One hundred and forty new jobs will be created in the Murray Bridge area as a result of a $14 million investment by meat processor, Big River Pork.
Solar Eggs has been awarded a $400,000 State Government grant from the Regional Development Fund to support the upgrade of five of its free range sheds and runs at its newly purchased Barossa Valley farm.
Barossa winery, Seppeltsfield, has won the prestigious title of Best Wine Tourism Service at the Great Wine Capitals event in Portugal.
South Australia will showcase its premium food and wine in the Republic of Korea this week, as part of a wider trade mission to North Asia including Japan and Taiwan.
A high-level delegation from The Netherlands is in South Australia and will look at opportunities in key sectors of growth for both regions, including agriculture and horticulture, as well as smart cities, water and logistics.