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Experts recommend Australian barley exporters to have different alternatives from China

South Korea
Jose Salman
Published Sep 14, 2020
A new report from the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC) has suggested that the Australian barley industry should diversify its markets while continuing to engage with Chinese brewers and maltsters. The report, titled "Barley 2030: Anticipated trends in global barley consumption", summarises important barley markets for Australia and makes recommendations to maximize value for the industry. AEGIC barley markets manager Mary Raynes said it was important for Australian barley growers to have access to a diversity of markets to reduce reliance on a single dominant buyer. Some potential and current market opportunities for Australian barley include India, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Japan, South Korea, South East Asia and the Middle East/North Africa.
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