Overview

South Australia provides an ideal environment for innovation and investment for international food and beverage companies seeking global expansion.

The state’s advantages of a clean, green environment, intellectual capital and innovation continues to feed demand for our high quality and differentiated food from Asia and other global markets.

As one of the world’s most sustainable food and wine growing environments, South Australian produce has become globally renowned for its safety, quality and product integrity.

Fresh and frozen produce is transported directly from the farm gate or wharf gate to more than 100 countries around the world through extensive state-wide logistical infrastructure and a network of container-loading and deep sea ports.

Our food safety standards are impeccable, underpinned by state-of-the-art and stringent biosecurity measures and well-established natural resource management and environmental protection frameworks.

Invest for quality food and beverage production on Asia’s doorstep

In South Australia, you’ll find:

  • Pristine land and marine growing environments
  • 60% of Australia’s wine exports
  • 20% of Australia’s grain exports
  • 80% of Australia’s premium wine production
  • A regulatory environment that provides integrity, reducing risks in production and consumption
  • Free Trade Agreements with and proximity to China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and more
  • A cutting edge interactive information and mapping portal, AgInsight South Australia, which provides users with comprehensive agricultural and economic data.
  • Outstanding freight connections and cold chain logistics to Southeast Asia, Middle East and within Australia
  • Impeccable food safety standards including fruit fly and phylloxera-free status
  • Skilled and experienced workforce backed by well-resourced research and development in raw materials and food technology programs
  • Waite Research Precinct – the largest concentration of expertise in the southern hemisphere in the areas of plant biotechnology, cereal breeding, sustainable agriculture, wine and horticulture and land management
  • All grain and food crops non-genetically modified (Non-GM)


Download our Food and agribusiness sector brochure

Contact:

Nicolle Sincock
Ph: +61 8 8303 2174
Mobile: +61 418 215 838
Email: nicolle.sincock@sa.gov.au

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