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WELCOME TO THE AUSTRALIAN GINGER INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
The Australian Ginger Industry Association (AGIA) represents the Australian Ginger Industry.
We work with growers and supply chain stakeholders to exceed world class standards for producing ‘Food, Safe, Quality Ginger’. We develop partnerships to invest in world leading research and development projects that deliver biosecurity, production and sustainability outcomes.
AGIA is an industry representative body and non-profit membership organisation promoting the interests of the Australian ginger industry.
Australian ginger growers are proud they grow premium quality ginger that is unique in flavour. Our appealing environment delivers fresh quality ginger everyday. Our production and processing food safety standards are the best in the world. Our pride comes from applying best management growing practices that are underpinned by the highest food safety and environmental stewardship credentials.
Pickled ginger is sometimes called sushi ginger. It is considered to be essential in the presentation of sushi. It is used to cleanse the palate between eating different pieces of sushi or alternatively before or [...]
BECOME A MEMBER
AGIA provides you with the support you need to help your ginger growing business thrive. As a member you’ll receive extensive information resources, access to best practice industry initiatives, marketing support and more. Membership is open to levy paying ginger growers.
The Australian Ginger Industry Association would like to invite all members to the AGIA's quarterly general meeting on the 15 February 2017. For more information please contact AGIA's Industry Development Officer, Russ Parbery on 0429 996 161
The Australian Ginger Industry Association would like to invite all members to attend the AGIA's quarterly general meeting on the 7th of November. For further information please call AGIA's Industry Development Officer, Russ Parbery on [...]
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