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Wednesday 17 July, 2019

A helping hand for Hasan’s hens

AEGIC is helping buyers in Asia understand the benefits of clean, nutritious Australian grain for animal feed. Hasan owns a medium-sized chicken farming business in West Java. Hasan’s…

Australian faba beans get a tune-up

Thursday 11 July, 2019

Australian faba beans get a tune-up

A new study will help enhance the health attributes of faba beans and increase value in the lucrative export industry. Delicious and nutritious Australian pulses are in demand…

Wednesday 3 July, 2019

Making sure udon gets chewed on

The Japanese udon noodle market is Australia’s most stable premium wheat market. AEGIC’s regular Australian Wheat Technical Seminars are a fundamental part of helping maintain this lucrative market….

Monday 1 July, 2019

The world of noodles

Australian wheat is highly valued for noodles across Asia. The Asian noodle market represents over one-third of Australia’s wheat exports! Why Australian wheat? Flour millers across Asia prefer to…

Monday 1 July, 2019

Looking good, feeling good! How do we keep Australian wheat number one for Asian noodles?

As Black Sea wheat increasingly throws its bulk around in Australia’s main $2.5 billion wheat market, AEGIC is taking action to help the Australian industry preserve and increase…

Monday 24 June, 2019

Australia’s future grain gurus in good hands

Australia’s future agricultural experts are getting priceless hands-on experience of how grain quality affects the quality of bread and noodles, thanks to AEGIC Sydney. Every year, University of…

Friday 14 June, 2019

56 million eskies: supporting Australia’s largest barley market

The amount of Australian barley exported to China every year could fill 4.5 Melbourne Cricket Grounds, 2900 Olympic sized swimming pools, or 56 million eskies. It’s Australia’s largest…

Wednesday 12 June, 2019

Australian grains on a roll in Vietnam

Vietnam’s appetite for bread and noodles made from premium Australian wheat could jump 44% by 2030, according to new AEGIC analysis. AEGIC’s report, Wheat and barley markets in…

Friday 17 May, 2019

New South Wales baker wins LA Judge Award for Baking Apprentice of the Year

In an extremely close contest, Dungog baker Tristan Beisler has claimed the LA Judge Award for Baking Apprentice of the Year. Tristan, from Barrington Bakery in Dungog, fended…

Tuesday 7 May, 2019

Australasia’s most prestigious baking prize: the LA Judge Award

The most talented young bakers across Australasia go head to head next week in the region’s most prestigious annual baking competition. Every year, baking apprentices from around Australia…

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