Local and international consumers are placing greater value on high quality food and wine.
Premium products are increasingly in demand.
Premium implies a sense of quality. Some people see premium as those products that have attracted accolades or awards. Others see premium for qualities such as:
- high nutritional value
- being locally produced
- safety and quality assurance.
- internationally acclaimed wines grown from some of the oldest vines in the world
- seafood including highly sought-after tuna and rock lobster
- grains, used in international beers, pastas and oils
- local businesses producing top quality products direct to the consumer
- food and wine festivals
- tourist experiences.
Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) are leading the Government’s strategic priority Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment.
The priority seeks to capitalise on South Australia’s advantages to grow our local and global reputation for producing premium food, wine and other products.