Dairy Australia is partnering with The Department of Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Management to deliver the Dairy Export Assurance Program’s project deliverables, with a multidisciplinary team working collaboratively across the Department and Dairy Australia.
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Minister for Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Management David Littleproud said the program would help build a stronger, export-ready sector.

“This program will identify the regulatory hurdles for domestic dairy manufacturers to become exporters, and reduce regulatory intervention through improved data collection,” Minister Littleproud said.

“Helping our small to medium exporters to better understand the regulatory compliance step-change required to become export ready will ultimately support our Ag2030 agenda for a $100 billion agriculture industry by 2030.

“The program will work with industry to align food safety in regulatory and commercial assurance programs.

“Stronger demand for our products will maintain upwards pressure on farm gate milk prices, build greater confidence in the industry and create a more encouraging environment for capital investment at both the farm and processing steps in the dairy supply chain.

“The projects will work with industry to develop awareness training and increase capability for producers, exporters and state regulators to better understand the key differences in food safety and regulatory standards required to meet export and importing country requirements.

“These initiatives also aim to reduce the audit burden by reviewing requirements and seeking recognition across audit compliance systems. This supports existing work undertaken by state regulators to achieve greater levels of compliance and data supporting regulatory intervention.

Dairy Australia Managing Director, David Nation, said:
“Exports are a vital part of the Australian dairy industry and account for around a third of annual production. In an increasingly competitive global market it is essential that Australian companies are able to access key export destinations.

This initiative will support dairy companies to expand their operations into export markets by improving their knowledge of, and compliance with, a more streamlined export regulatory process.

“Dairy Australia is pleased to have been invited to work in this unique collaboration model with the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment to deliver these benefits to Australia’s dairy industry.”

Last month, 14 of our dairy farms in Maine, as well as dozens of dairy farms across northern New England, got an unexpected and disappointing notice from Danone of North America saying that they were discontinuing their contracts with our organic dairy farmers in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and elsewhere.

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