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.
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12 March 2020 – With the details of the Government Coronavirus stimulus package now released, the Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) welcomes the package and the impact that it will have on the already struggling post farm gate meat industry. AMIC CEO Patrick...
The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) has welcomed a new Federal drought package released yesterday but says that most of the processors, which provide thousands of jobs in regional Australia, will find themselves ineligible for low cost loans that could keep...
The Australian red meat industry urged both sides of Government to proceed with ratification of two critical free trade agreements without delay, following today’s release of a Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT) report. The report (#186 tabled 9 October...
The Greatest Butcher on Your Block campaign was launched by MLA and AMIC in November, and was a 2 part campaign with the goal of reminding consumers how important independent butchers are to local communities, and to drive beef and lamb sales over the summer....
Phillip Mitchell had always had an interest in cooking thanks to generations of food-lovers in his family, but it wasn’t until David Cornell at Rochester Meats encouraged the aimless teenager to apply for an apprenticeship that he had ever considered butchery as a...
The following outline the basic concepts of the COVID-19 Mandatory Code of Conduct for Commercial Tenancies. Landlord and Tenant principles Maintain business continuity; Negotiate appropriate temporary leasing arrangements; Negotiate in good faith; Agreements;...
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