Nearly three tonnes of fresh produce will be exported from Adelaide to Qatar for the first time, giving local growers a new opportunity to reach international markets.
Australian Produce Collective CEO Craig Katz said their focus has been on selling local produce internationally by educating these markets about the benefits of Australian and, in particular, South Australian produce. While South Australian products are sold for a higher price than exports from many other markets, they are of a higher quality in terms of nutritional value and freshness thanks to the increasing number of direct flights.Â
This multi-million push to create new markets for South Australian growers come of the back of the South Australian Produce Market redeveloping it’s precinct to capture more export opportunities. Find out more.