AMIC is the peak body representing retailers, processors and smallgoods manufacturers across the country.
The Australian Meat Industry Council exists for a clear reason: to help our members achieve and maintain profitability in a world that has never seen more change.
We’re here to be a powerful voice for our industry. We’re here to ensure our members are recognised for the crucial role they play in the agribusiness supply chain. We’re here to support our members to continue creating jobs in Australia and to continue to feed the Australian economy.
Lynton Tapp to promote Kids with Cancer Foundation’s Post a Roast fundraiser at South Melbourne Market
MEDIA RELEASE Thursday, 26 November 2020 The Australian Meat Industry Council have partnered with the Kids with Cancer Foundation to promote “Post a Roast”, during November and December, an opportunity to raise money for families across Australia who have a child from...
MEDIA RELEASE Monday 16 November 2020 The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) congratulates the Morrison government on reaching an agreed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and signing the Joint Agreement on Sunday 15 November with 15 countries....
MEDIA RELEASE Monday 9 November 2020 Further to Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ press conference on Sunday 8 November, AMIC welcomes the announcement that workforce capacity restrictions have been removed for the meat processing sector from 11:59pm Sunday 8 November...
The Butchers Advocate, November 2020AMIC is proud to support the Kids with Cancer Foundation’s “Post a Roast” fundraiser, which provides an opportunity to raise money for Australian families who have a child under 12 years old that has been diagnosed with cancer. For...
The Butchers Advocate, November 2020The Boocock family name has been in the meat industry for over a century, with humble beginnings in Geelong in 1905. Now in 2020, the butchering tradition has reached it’s fourth generation, and operates on Queensland’s gorgeous...
People Matters, November 2020AMIC is currently assisting an employer who has had a general protections dispute lodged against them. A brief history On the employees first day, the business put him through an induction which included reading business policies. Among...
AMIC works on behalf of its members to effect change in areas that impact their businesses including energy efficiency; food regulation; market access; animal welfare; and access to labour.
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