AEGIC News and Stories

The LA Judge Award and AEGIC

The LA Judge Award and AEGIC

The LA Judge Award is supported by companies across the Australian baking sector as an important way of developing the skills of young bakers and safeguarding the future of the industry.

Horizons #101: Panama is Pana-might?

Horizons #101: Panama is Pana-might?

In 2024, delays and increased costs of shipping grain through the Panama Canal is making Australian grain more attractive to Asian buyers.

Welcoming Bogasari and friends

Welcoming Bogasari and friends

A delegation of Indonesian bakers and noodle makers have a better understanding of the quality and value of Australian wheat, and how AEGIC helps ensure our wheat meets their needs.

Young Queensland baker wins LA Judge Award for baking apprentice of the year

Young Queensland baker wins LA Judge Award for baking apprentice of the year

Queensland baker Imogen Fearon has been crowned the winner of Australasia’s most prestigious baking competition – the LA Judge Award for baking apprentice of the year. Since 1967, the LA Judge Award has challenged young apprentice bakers from Australia and New Zealand in a fierce but friendly three-day competition. Imogen, from Chouquette Patisserie in New Farm, was presented with the coveted LA Judge title at a gala ceremony in Sydney on Thursday, 9 May 2024, presented by AEGIC and Woolworths.

Diversifying noodle markets

Diversifying noodle markets

AEGIC is investigating whether there is potential to expand the use of Australian Noodle Wheat (ANW) and APWN outside Japan, such as South East Asian noodles, breads, and steamed products.