Exporting horticulture - video producer stories

The following video stories provide insights and tips to exporting horticulture.

Exporting kabocha (Japanese squash)

Wallaroo Produce grow and export kabocha (Japanese squash) for the international market, centring on Japan. Exporting kabocha has allowed it to diversify its business and income streams.

Exporting bulk leafy green vegetables and the Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport

CJZ Farms grows and exports cauliflower, broccoli and celery to Singapore capitalising on the close proximity to the Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport. The Wellcamp Airport has been involved in exporting horticulture produce since 2015 and has recently expanded its capacity to assist producers with further horticulture exports.

Exporting avocados and Free Trade Agreements

Sunnyspot Packhouse and Sunnyspot Farms grow and export avocados to Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Free Tree Agreements are generally important to reduce or eliminate barriers to trade and investment and therefore, potentially open up new horticulture export opportunities for producers.

Exporting vegetables (carrots, onions, celery and beetroot)

Moffatt Fresh Produce, awarded the 2021 Queensland and Australian Horticulture Exporter of the Year, grows and exports carrots, onions, celery and beetroot to customers in a range of Asian and Middle Eastern countries. Since 2010, it has built exporting to be a key component of its business.