Growing food, wine and agribusiness in SA

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This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 2 September to 25 October 2019. Below is a record of the engagement.


We want to hear what it will take to accelerate growth in our food, wine and agribusiness sectors with the goal to achieve 3% growth per annum.

What is being decided?

Growth State: our plan for prosperity is the State Government’s work plan to promote industry growth by responding to industry needs and leveraging South Australia’s competitive advantages. Key sectors with strong growth prospects have been identified as part of this plan, including the food,

Consultation Process


Now Closed

This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 2 September to 25 October 2019. Below is a record of the engagement.


We want to hear what it will take to accelerate growth in our food, wine and agribusiness sectors with the goal to achieve 3% growth per annum.

What is being decided?

Growth State: our plan for prosperity is the State Government’s work plan to promote industry growth by responding to industry needs and leveraging South Australia’s competitive advantages. Key sectors with strong growth prospects have been identified as part of this plan, including the food, wine and agribusiness sector.

We have worked with peak industry bodies: Primary Producers SA, Food South Australia and the South Australian Wine Industry Association to develop a Food, Wine and Agribusiness Discussion Paper. This paper sets the scene on the sector as a whole and its contribution to the South Australian economy.

The discussion paper covers food and beverage, field crops, meat and livestock, wine, seafood, horticulture and forestry sectors and the current growth statistics and measures for each industry.

How can your input influence the decision?

Your input will help shape a Food, Wine and Agribusiness Sector Plan to guide the future direction of the sector and unlock opportunities for growth and prosperity.

Get involved

Read the Food, Wine and Agribusiness Discussion Paper and provide your feedback:

Primary Industries and Regions SA
Re: Food, Wine and Agribusiness Sector Plan Discussion Paper
GPO Box 1671
Adelaide SA 5001

What are the next steps?

Feedback will inform the development of an industry-owned sector plan for food, wine and agribusiness. It is expected a final plan will be released in early 2020.

Contact

For queries or more information:

Closing date: 5pm Friday 25 October 2019.




Background


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Food, wine and agribusiness is a key pillar of South Australia’s economy. It is central to our identity and will continue to drive our future economic prosperity.

The State Government has set an objective to lift the sustainable economic growth rate in the state to an average of 3% per year.

Growth State is the government’s work plan for growth – it is key to achieving economic growth and has a focus on creating more jobs, lowering costs and delivering better services.

The Growth State consists of policies, programs and projects collectively designed to lift the state’s competitiveness and attract investment, with a focus on export sectors across four broad streams of government action:

  • trade and investment
  • skills and innovation
  • infrastructure and land
  • water and the environment.

Food, wine and agribusiness is one of a nine priority sectors identified under Growth State.

Industry will work with government to establish measurable targets that will contribute to South Australia’s economic growth and identify the priority policies, programs and projects required to achieve the 3% growth target.

Consultation on the Food and Agribusiness Discussion Paper, which sets the scene on the sector as a whole and its contribution to the South Australian economy, will be carried out in three stages and is due for completion in early 2020.

Stage 1: June - July - Development of the draft Food, Wine and Agribusiness Discussion Paper

Stage 2: September - October - Consultation of the Food, Wine and Agribusiness Discussion Paper

Stage 3: Early 2020 - Implementation of the Food, Wine and Agribusiness Sector Plan.

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  • Get involved

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    Read the Food, Wine and Agribusiness Discussion Paper and provide your feedback:

    Primary Industries and Regions SA

    Re: Food, Wine and Agribusiness Sector Plan Discussion Paper

    GPO Box 1671

    Adelaide, SA 5001

  • Public consultation meetings

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    A series of public meetings are being held across the state from 16 September to 21 October.

    Public meetings will be facilitated to help lead the discussion and gather input on the questions posed in the discussion paper.

    Attendees should come prepared with their feedback on the questions posed in the discussion paper to make the most of the time allocated.

    Public meeting dates and locations:

    Orroroo

    Monday 16 September

    Orroroo Golf Club

    15 West Terrace, Orroroo

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    Clare

    Tuesday 17 September

    Clare Town Hall, Barbara J Long room

    229 Main North Road, Clare

    Book now

    Kingscote

    Thursday 19 September

    Ozone Hotel

    67 Chapman Terrace, Kingscote

    Book now

    Yorke Peninsula Field Days

    Tuesday 24 September

    GPSA site

    No bookings required

    Port Lincoln

    Monday 30 September

    Port Lincoln Hotel

    1 Lincoln Highway, Port Lincoln

    Book now

    Wudinna

    Tuesday 1 October

    Wudinna Community Club

    Medley Terrace, Wudinna

    Book now

    Barossa

    Wednesday 9 October

    Vine Inn Hotel-Motel

    14-22 Murray St, Nuriootpa

    Book now

    Adelaide

    Thursday 10 October

    The Science Exchange

    55 Exchange Place, Adelaide

    Book now

    Loxton

    Monday 14 October

    Loxton Research Centre

    1081 Bookpurnong Road, Loxton

    Book now

    Bordertown

    Tuesday 15 October

    Woolshed Inn

    101 Woolshed Street, Bordertown

    Book now

    Mount Gambier

    Wednesday 16 October

    Mt Gambier City Hall

    10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier

    Book now

    McLaren Vale

    Monday 21 October

    McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Centre

    796 Main Road, McLaren Vale

    Book now

    Langhorne Creek

    Monday 21 October

    Oasis Gardens Function Centre

    726 Langhorne Creek Road, Belvidere

    Book now

    Murray Bridge

    Register your interest via pirsa.feedback@sa.gov.au

  • Online feedback form

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    This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 2 September to 25 October 2019. Find out more about the consultation process. Below is a record of the engagement.


    We want your feedback on what it will take to accelerate growth in our food, wine and agribusiness sectors with the goal to achieve 3% growth per annum.

    Read the Food, Wine and Agribusiness Discussion Paper and complete the online feedback form