AEGIC News and Stories

Tuesday 23 June, 2020

“Australian wheat for premium Chinese noodles” virtual event exceeds expectations

Chinese flour millers and noodle makers are being persuaded to use more premium Australian wheat for noodles, potentially creating new value for growers. Currently, Australian wheat imports to…

Friday 12 June, 2020

New AEGIC test to examine the truth of whole grains

A new test for checking whole grain flour meets the official definition is now available to the Australian flour milling industry. The test, developed and offered by the…

Friday 8 May, 2020

Australian whole grain wheat has the advantage in Asia

Bright, white Australian wheat has a clear advantage over major competitors in the burgeoning Asian whole grain market, according to research from the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre…

Monday 24 February, 2020

AEGIC oat rice and oat noodles getting rave reviews

Growers and grains industry players from around the country had the chance to taste an innovative oat “rice” dish at one of Australia’s biggest grains industry events, the…

Wednesday 18 December, 2019

Behind the scenes: Asian bread baking

The Asian bread market is becoming increasingly lucrative as consumers look more towards convenience foods. North American wheat is dominant, but there are opportunities for Australia to take…

Friday 13 December, 2019

Taking a bigger slice of the Asian cake and biscuit market

A reinvigorated Australian soft wheat industry could potentially take a larger slice of Asia’s growing cake and biscuit market, according to an AEGIC investigation. The amount of wheat…

Friday 6 December, 2019

Indonesia’s bread and butter

Getting more Aussie wheat into premium Indonesian bakeries could increase value for Australian growers, as our nearest neighbours continue to eat more and more bread and baked goodies….

Tuesday 3 December, 2019

AEGIC welcomes Seamild founder

AEGIC’s oat scientists were delighted to welcome Mr Xie Qingkui, founder of Seamild, for a tour and special oat noodle taste-test recently. Seamild, China’s leading oats manufacturing company,…

Friday 29 November, 2019

Towards 2030: Australia’s grain production outlook

More than half of Australia’s extra grain production in 2030 will be consumed within Australia, according to new AEGIC analysis. AEGIC Chief Economist Professor Ross Kingwell said Australian…

Tuesday 26 November, 2019

Enhancing noodle texture and colour

Asian flour millers prefer to buy Australian wheat for noodles because of its bright, stable colour and good texture. Thanks to a landmark AEGIC research project*, we know…

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