5 & 6 August • 2024/25 Export registration sessions

The Australian Table Grape Association will host two mandatory export information sessions next month ahead of 2024/25 export registration.

Producers who intend to export table grapes for the 2024/25 season will be required to attend the sessions, held on 5 & 6 August in Euston and Mildura. 

The sessions will contain vital information for the 2024/25 table grape export season, including:

  • market intelligence, export system and season update from ATGA CEO Jeff Scott,
  • protocol or audit process changes from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) Horticulture Exports Program,
  • export pest and disease considerations, and
  • traceability advancements for industry.

Euston/Robinvale: 6–8pm, Monday 5 August, location TBC
Mildura: 6–8pm, Tuesday 6 August, location TBC

Growers must RSVP to Jeff Scott on 0417 122 086 or by email by Thursday 1 August for catering purposes. Any growers unable to attend should contact the team immediately.

This event is held as part of the table grape market access program, funded by Hort Innovation using the table grape research and development levies and contributions from the Australian Government.

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