AEGIC’s oat noodles and oat ‘rice’ are destined for supermarket shelves, with a Western Australian based company set to begin producing the innovative foods. AEGIC’s oat scientists developed manufacturing processes for 100% whole grain noodles and a ‘rice’ product that can be eaten like regular rice. Made from Australian oats, which are high in beta-glucan, the products offer superior nutritional benefits.
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Chinese barley customers are equipped with the information they need to smoothly and quickly transition to using Australian barley once again, thanks to events presented in China by the Australian industry.
AEGIC Insider #3: Potential new Australian Hard (Noodle) wheat: working with customers in Taiwan, Korea and Japan
A potential new Australian Hard (Noodle) wheat subclass under investigation at AEGIC is edging closer to reality following noodle trials at major flour mills in Taiwan, Japan and Korea. With investment from the South Australian Grains Industry Trust (SAGIT) and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), we are working with flour millers to test specific wheat types we have flagged as having potential for premium-quality noodles.
What! Another story about AI! Is it about potential employees using AI to make themselves seem more brilliant than they actually are? Or is it about students cheating on assignments? No, it’s a story of a commercially useful way of using AI to improve grain transport.
AEGIC research is paving the way for healthy Australian whole grain wheat for Asian markets. Asian markets are becoming increasingly...
Welcome to the second AEGIC Insider newsletter. After our tour through Indonesia, we headed to Vietnam to engage with flour mills about Australian wheat quality for various food products.
Key characteristics of Australian wheat varieties have significantly improved. New varieties offer higher yields, greater grain density and more flour yield.
After several years of limited travel, it’s fantastic to be back in person in Australia’s key markets. Engaging with customers face to face allows us to demonstrate hands on the specific benefits of Australian wheat and other grains. Importantly, it also gives customers the chance to give us feedback on any issues they may be having with Australian grain quality or supply.
Globally, agriculture is tarnished by a judgement that it is a principal cause of global biodiversity loss. Growing populations and heightened per capita wealth create a growing demand for food and feed grains. To satisfy that growing demand large swathes of biodiverse landscapes continue to be replaced by summer and winter crops.