Sunday 8th Dec, 2019
Sugar is bouncing back from a long-term price low. Photo: Shutterstock

Sugar cane harvest cops production hit from drought

The drought in Queensland has impacted the 2019 sugar cane harvest, with a new report finding the state economy will…
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New classifications have been introduced to Queensland’s Emergency Management Levy to ensure craft brewers and distillers pay a lower rate than larger companies.

Levy lowered for local QLD brewers

New classifications have been introduced to Queensland’s Emergency Management Levy to ensure craft brewers and distillers pay a lower rate…
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The CBH Group will keep its supply chain fees flat in 2019-20, following the $4 per tonne reduction provided to growers and marketers least year.

CBH Group maintains reduced supply chain fees

The CBH Group will keep its supply chain fees flat in 2019-20, following the $4 per tonne reduction provided to…
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Vortex Global’s bulk handling equipment is specifically designed for handling dry tea leaves, an abrasive material with explosion potential.

A storm is brewing: Vortex Global supports Australian tea

Vortex Global’s bulk handling equipment is specifically designed for handling dry tea leaves, an abrasive material with explosion potential.

Queensland’s sugar mills have produced more than two million tonnes of raw sugar this season, according to the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC).

Drought and floods hits Queensland’s raw sugar production

Queensland’s sugar mills have produced more than two million tonnes of raw sugar this season, according to the Australian Sugar…
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Trials have found potential for industrial hemp in South Australian as an irrigated summer crop under the state's often challenging weather conditions.

Could SA begin growing industrial hemp?

Trials have found potential for industrial hemp in South Australian as an irrigated summer crop under the state’s often challenging…
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Australia’s winter crop production prospects gave deteriorated thanks to unfavourable growing conditions in New South Wales and Queensland, according to the Department of Agriculture’s crop report.

Drought hits winter crop prospects in NSW and QLD

Australia’s winter crop production prospects have deteriorated thanks to unfavourable growing conditions in New South Wales and Queensland, according to…
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Queensland’s sugar mills have produced more than two million tonnes of raw sugar this season, according to the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC).

India approves further sugar export subsidies

The Indian Government has shocked Australia’s sugar industry after approving a $1.3 billion export subsidy of $216 per tonne to…
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