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Gov’t boosts Western Australia’s F&B manufacturing sector in new funding initiative

The Western Australian Government announced a fresh wave of funding, totalling over $470,700 in Agrifood and Beverage Vouchers in a move to bolster the state’s agrifood and beverage industry.

Meat processing facility upgrade in WA set to boost supermarket supply chain

MAP WA, a joint venture between the Western Meat Packer Group (WMPG) and Coles, has expanded its innovative packaging system at its Bibra Lake facility, signalling a major boost to the state's meat processing sector.

New InterGrain barley variety to boost Australian grain production

The Australian Agriculture and Food Minister Jackie Jarvis today unveiled a new barley variety that is being hailed as 'the one' to advance barley production in Australia and potentially increase the value of the national industry by $110 million annually.

New dev’t grants program to support timber regions in Western Australia

Forestry Minister Jackie Jarvis today announced the $10 million New Industry Development Grants, which will help attract new industries and expand existing enterprises in Western Australia's South-West foreign regions.

WA to become home to new $60 million cotton processing plant

The Western Australian government has welcomed the Kimberley Cotton Company’s plans to construct the state’s first cotton processing plant. 

WA investment grant to aid manufacturers overcome supply chain challenges, grow business

The McGowan Government announced that the second round of Value Add Investment Grants worth $6.3 million will support 10 dynamic Western Australian agrifood and beverage processors and manufacturers to expand their current operations.
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