Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre

Supporting the trade and use of Australian grain across the world

The Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre supports the trade and use of Australian grains around the world through cutting-edge grain quality and processing technology and market research innovation.

Key clients include stakeholders across the supply chain, ranging from Australian grain producers, plant breeders, marketers and traders, to millers, processors and consumers.

AEGIC provides national leadership and enables collaboration and capacity-building in Australia’s export grain industry with the end goal of returning enhanced value to growers.

AEGIC Capability Statement

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Latest News

Friday 08 July 2016

Australian malting barley in China boosted

AEGIC has hosted technical workshops with major Chinese brewing and malting companies to boost the trade and use of Australian barley.

Friday 01 July 2016

Potential for record crop yields this season

Record crop yields could potentially be reached in some regions this season, according to AEGIC's final crop forecast.

Monday 20 June 2016

Challenge for Australian biodiesel Canola to the EU

Canola exports to the EU are very valuable to Australia, but strict environmental restrictions regarding biofuels pose a challenge.

Friday 17 June 2016

AEGIC to cease climate monitoring and crop forecasting

AEGIC will cease climate forecasting and crop monitoring activities at the end of June 2016.
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  • 2h ago - Sneak peek into AEGIC's soon to be released report on Russia by Prof Ross Kingwell #AGIC2016 https://t.co/e36LvvNCkB

  • 2h ago - Fascinating (& entertaining) talk by Juan Antonio Hinojosa Alatore on deregulation of grains in Mexico #AGIC2016 https://t.co/eG4dJk1gwx

  • 25 Jul - Message to growers 'Prepare for lower price environment and focus on a profitable average price' #AGIC2016 https://t.co/yXaIAO8iv3

  • 25 Jul - The 'biofuel decade' is over, has the 'protein decade' begun? LMC International #agic2016 @GrainTradeAus https://t.co/1pkC84eIkM

  • 25 Jul - So excited to be at the AGIC Conference's Grower Day #agic2016 @theGRDC @GrainGrowersLtd https://t.co/8gR30dbt1R

  • 22 Jul - Come and visit the AEGIC booth at #agic2016 in Melbourne next week! https://t.co/5JnmzsV3Yi

  • 19 Jul - Pulses are an essential food for millions of people around the world due to their high protein and good nutrition. https://t.co/Yp27CWolOl

  • 19 Jul - Pulses are grain legumes produced for human consumption and include lentil, faba bean, field pea, chickpea and lupin https://t.co/8w9v2UqEqR

19 MAY, 2016: Australasia’s most prestigious annual baking prize recognises the best young baking apprentice in Australia and New Zealand.   Read more >>

AEGIC has expanded its operations to Sydney following the acquisition of a venerable bread research laboratory.   Read more >>

The Western Australian grains sector is being urged to consider the future direction of the State's noodle wheat industry.   Read more >>

'The puck stops here! Canada challenges Australia’s grain supply chains' report and summary factsheet available now.   Read more >>