RIRDC has released 2 new publications relating to the native food industry.
Assessing Myrtle Rust in a Lemon Myrtle Provenance Trial by John Doran, Dave Lea and David Bush and Nutritional Data for Australian Native Foods by Chris read are now both available directly from the RIRDC website.
If you have not already seen the recent Native Food Industry Stocktake Report, that is also available on the ANFIL website.
Read the latest edition of the NRIA magazine ‘Passion for Profit’ NRIA magazine
Welcome to ANFIL
ANFIL AGM & Forum
The ANFIL AGM was held in Brisbane on Monday 12 November 2012, hosted by Dr Yasmina Sultanbawa of the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation, University of Queensland.
The ANFIL AGM was held at the start of thte day and was followed by a full-day workshop to development and confirm the next 5-year R&D plan for the native food industry.
A wide representation of industry stakeholders participated in the broad ranging discussions. The session was sponsored by ANFIL and RIRDC, and was facilitated by Michael Clarke of Ag Econ Plus. An overview of the day is attached here.
Join ANFIL and make a difference
The Australian Native Food Industry is building its membership and welcomes new members to become a part of the development of the native food industry in Australia. ANFIL encourages interactive participation in the organisation to bring about greater awareness of the native food industry and offers help and assistance to individuals and businesses who wish to learn more about our fascinating industry.