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The ATGA

The Australian Table Grape Association (ATGA) is the peak industry body representing the nation’s $900 million table grape industry.

The Australian Table Grape Association (ATGA) is the peak industry body representing the nation’s $900 million table grape industry.

The ATGA was established in the early 2000s and has supported and facilitated significant growth over the past 15 years through its partnership with research and development corporation Hort Innovation, government, research institutions, industry and the table grape supply chain.

The ATGA is a registered not-for-profit under the Victorian Association Incorporated Act 1985, and a national body with the Australian Security and Investments Commission. Our board of directors is appointed in accordance with the ATGA constitution. Our chief executive officer (CEO) acts as a primary point of contact for communications and coordination within industry, led by our chair and delegates from each state and territory that produce table grapes. The executive positions allow for one delegate for every eight per cent of production, with a minimum of one per state or territory.