SA wine, food and culture funded

SA wine, food and culture funded SA wine, food and culture funded

Premier and Treasurer Jay Weatherill said $2.5 million will be spent over three years to increase exports of the state’s food and wine to emerging markets in China.”We want to maximise the significant opportunities opened by the signing ofMemoranda of Understanding with Shandong and the Fujian Province in China last year,” he said.

Food safety and quality assurance systems will be established, and Chinese food centres will be developed to showcase SA produce.Another $2.7 million over five years will fund premium food and wine industry clusters in regional SA, including in the Murraylands and the Limestone Coast.

Full article can be found atAdelaide Now

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