Premium Food & Wine
Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment is one of the South Australian Government’s seven strategic priorities.
It seeks to secure South Australia’s position as a producer of premium food and wine from our clean water, clean air and clean soil and capitalise on the increasing global demand for premium products.
By positioning South Australia so that the inherent qualities of our food and wine are recognised and valued locally throughout Australia and in key overseas markets the priority shows the government’s commitment to growing our food and wine sectors.
For any enquiries on Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment please email us at email@example.com.
Voice your food and wine ideas during GovChatTell us how you think we can grow South Australia’s reputation as the food and wine state – that’s the challenge to all South Australians this Wednesday.Read more about Voice your food and wine ideas during GovChat
Almondco - Hall of Fame inductee at SA Food Industry AwardsThe global success of Almondco Australia was celebrated at the 2015 South Australian Food Industry Program Awards last night.Read more about Almondco - Hall of Fame inductee at SA Food Industry Awards
CheeseFest on the menu this weekend
Cheese lovers will be out in force from tonight helping the nation’s biggest cheese festival celebrate its tenth anniversary.
Answering the call on SA’s food and wineSouth Australians will be able to provide ideas about growing our reputation as the nation’s food and wine state during a phone-in next month.Read more about Answering the call on SA’s food and wine
South Australian seafood on the menu in Hong KongSouth Australia’s premium seafood will be on the menu at a widely respected Hong Kong restaurant for Australian Sustainable Seafood Month which starts today.Read more about South Australian seafood on the menu in Hong Kong
World's best young sommeliers in AdelaideThe best young sommeliers from around the globe will compete for the title of world’s best sommelier today.Read more about World's best young sommeliers in Adelaide
$70 million agricultural park to be built in South AustraliaA South Australia-Shandong consortium has proposed a $70 million agricultural consolidation park in Adelaide, which would supply premium food and wine to China.Read more about $70 million agricultural park to be built in South Australia
Luxury and functional food information sessionsA series of information sessions are being held around the state to encourage food and wine businesses to become involved with the State Government’s Functional and Luxury Food Project.Read more about Luxury and functional food information sessions
Grants to help local food and wine businessesFood and wine businesses in South Australia are being encouraged to apply for grants of up to $20,000 so they can secure environmental, food safety, organic and quality assurance credentials.Read more about Grants to help local food and wine businesses
Showtime for premium food and wineThe Agriculture Minister Leon Bignell has encouraged families to take their kids to the livestock and agricultural exhibits at the Royal Adelaide Show which starts today until September 13.Read more about Showtime for premium food and wine
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More lambs more often workshopWorkshop supporting sheep producers through variable seasons.The ‘More Lambs More Often’ workshop is back in the south east after excellent feedback.Primary Industries and Regions South Aus...
Meet to discuss Drought Concessional LoansPrudential and Rural Financial Services officers from Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) will be available to meet with individual farm businesses to discuss the Drought Concession...
- 29 Oct
Random roadblocks protecting SA from fruit flyAs the weather warms up, random roadblocks will be in place to help protect South Australia from fruit fly infestations.Go to the media release for more information. ...
- 24 Mar
Riverland poultry owners advised to increase biosecurity surveillanceBiosecurity SA has advised that it has recently confirmed a case of Infectious Larygotracheitis (ILT) in a backyard poultry flock in the Riverland.