From 28 March 2021, the Export Control Act 2020 and the Export Control Rules 2021 will replace the Export Control Act 1982 and the Export Control Orders.
Legislation passed parliament yesterday enabling Wine Australia to establish a Wine Export Label Directory to help wine brand owners protect their export wine labels against copycat labelling.
Importing organic goods into Great Britain: Organic certificate of inspection process from 1 January 2021
Friday’s Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) trade update provides clarity on the next steps for Export into Great Britain as the exit date looms and transition period from the European Union ends 31 December 2020.
Australian Table Grape Association awarded grants to boost export market access for a range of horticulture crops.
The Australian Government is encouraging applications from farming groups, research organisations and other eligible industry bodies for grants to support projects that enhance traceability in the agricultural produce supply chain.
Australia’s $170 million horticultural export industry to New Zealand will be boosted under a new agreement that aims to reduce red tape and ease regulatory burden.
Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud said Australian Organic Ltd will use its recently launched online platform to provide free resources and information to certified organic operators interested in exporting.
This Market Access Advice notifies Australian producers, exporters and organic certifiers of requirements of exporting under the Australia-Taiwan organic equivalency arrangement.
The Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment (DAWE) have published the Consultation Draft Export Control (Organic Goods) Rules, 2020.
Australia’s beef farmers will receive $3.73 million in government support to help them assess their sustainable land management practices against a new national online sustainability framework industry is developing.