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12 Oct 2010 AustraliaFood and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - NarrativeAll sections of this report have been reviewed and updated to reflect new or updated laws and regulations. Australia is a major producer of raw materials and processed foods, but imports a growing volume of food and beverages. Imports have increased steadily over recent years. Click Here
21 Oct 2011 AustraliaFood and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - CertificationThis report provides guidance on export certificate requirements for a representative sample of products that have been identified as having excellent prospects in the Australian market. The information required to import into Australia is complex and changes frequently. It is therefore not possible to provide comprehensive information for every product in this report. Click Here
21 Aug 2012 AUSTRALIA Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - NarrativeAll sections of this report have been reviewed and updated to reflect new or updated laws and regulations. Australia is a major producer of raw materials and processed foods, but imports a growing volume of food and beverages. Imports have increased steadily over recent years. U.S. exports of consumer ready products to Australia have risen by over 110 percent in value in the past five years. All foods sold in Australia must comply with a range of laws designed to protect public health and safety, to ensure plant and animal pests and diseases are not introduced, and to assist consumers. These laws apply equally to imported and locally produced foods. The information contained in this report deals with both public health and quarantine requirements for foods imported into Australia. All imported food must first comply with quarantine and imported food requirements and then with food safety requirements. Click Here
11 Dec 2012 AUSTRALIAAustralia Canola Voluntary Report December 2012Australia’s canola production in the local marketing year (MY) 2012/13 (December/November) is forecast at 2.7 million metric tons (MMT), down about 16 percent from last year’s record production level of an estimated 3.2 MMT, but still higher than the previous record of 2.2 MMT harvested in 2010/11. Click Here


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