Food, wine and agribusiness

South Australia has a global reputation for producing the highest quality premium food and wine.

Our pristine environment made of clean soils, pure waters and clean air helps create international demand for our products, including quality seafood, grains, meat, dairy, horticulture, food and wine.

Our premium food and wine is transported directly from the farm gate or wharf to more than 100 countries.

South Australia accounts for almost 80% of Australia’s premium wine production, produced from some of the oldest vines in the world.

Adelaide, South Australia is a member of the exclusive Great Wine Capitals Global Network – a group of international cities whose wine regions are recognised as significant economic and cultural assets.

Our commitment to growing our premium food and wine industries is being enhanced through a range of major programs established to ensure prosperity into the future.

The Northern Adelaide Food Park is South Australia’s premier food manufacturing precinct. The Food Park provides businesses with an opportunity to leverage the benefits of co-location and offers a range of allotments, ready for immediate development.

South Australian businesses can access the South Australian Food Innovation Centre, which has been established to assist food and beverage businesses grow, develop and deliver high value products for local, national and international markets. The centre supports businesses with new product development, packaging solutions and more.

South Australia’s leading research and development services, food safety standards, commitment to biosecurity and reputation for product integrity, provides great opportunities for investors.

International investors can identify business opportunities and commodity options in South Australia through the Award winning AgInsight, an interactive information and mapping portal that provides comprehensive agricultural and economic data.

Talk to our Investment Attraction Agency about investing in South Australia’s food and agribusiness industry.

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