Premium Food and Wine Credentials Grant Program
Round 2 grant applications closed
Applications have closed for round 2 of the Building South Australia’s Premium Food and Wine Credentials Grant Program. Details on round 3 of the grant program will be available into the future.
Building South Australia’s Premium Food and Wine Credentials Grant Program co-invests with business and industry to raise standards to assist with attaining third-party certification for credentials that are required to access markets or contribute to premium prices.
For further information please contact:
Senior Project Officer, Strategic Priority and Projects
Strategy and Engagement
Phone: 8226 5192
Round 1 successful grant recipients
Round 1 of Building South Australia’s Premium Food and Wine Credentials Grant Program has committed over $180,000 to support seafood businesses and industry with attaining industry standard third-party certifications that assists with accessing new or higher value markets.
|Two Rocks Abalone Pty. Ltd.||Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) Certification for two of Australia’s leading abalone farms|
|Spencer Gulf & West Coast Prawn Fishermen’s Association||Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) re-certification|
|South Australian Oyster Growers’ Association (SAOGA)||Management system based on the TQCSI SA Oyster Growers Association QHSE Code|
|Australian Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry Association Limited (ASBTIA)||Third-party independent certification of the environmental sustainability performance of tuna catching and ranching in South Australia.|
|Marine Scale Net Fishermen’s Association Incorporated||Pre-assessment of South Australian Garfish for Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification|
|South Australian Blue Crab Pot Fishermen’s Association Incorporated||Pre-assessment of South Australian Blue Crab Fishery for Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification|
|Southern Rock Lobster Limited||Implementing the Clean Green Program across the South Australian Southern Rock Lobster Fishing Industry|