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.
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...
AMIC is the exclusive Territory Partner of Meat Business Women in Australia, supporting women in the meat industry through a range of initiatives, resources and events. MEDIA RELEASE 13 October 2020 WOMEN MAKE UP JUST 36% OF MEAT INDUSTRY WORKFORCE, 14% OF...
MEDIA RELEASE 7 October 2020 The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) strongly applauds the Morrison Government on backing the rural and regional red meat supply chain to help Australia recover from COVID-19. The October 2020 Federal Budget will turbo-boost red...
The Butchers Advocate, 19 March 2021Meet Ashleigh McBean In the heart of Melbourne’s inner-city suburb of South Yarra, lies Gary’s Quality Meats. It is a highly regarded and popular family-run butchers that specialises in dry aged, whole body and free-range products....
Charcuterie News, March 2021Montecatini Speciality Smallgoods is a local household name, famous for their true Italian curing techniques and high-quality artisan products. They operate as a suburban retail store and smallgoods manufacturer in the Western Sydney suburb...
In October 2020, I announced that as part of the Morrison Government's COVID-19 economic recovery plan we would invest an additional $1.2 billion to support Australian businesses to employ 100,000 new apprentices or trainees. In a stunning show of confidence in the...
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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