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.
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...
MEDIA RELEASE 27 September 2020 The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) welcomes today’s announcement by the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, stating that the workforce capacity limit placed on Victorian red meat and pork processors and smallgoods manufacturers...
Charcuterie News, November 2020Located in the Adelaide Hills is Skara Artisan Smallgoods, which has been operating since 2007, producing premium continental charcuterie. In 1986, Anthony Skara was a food loving young 15-year-old who left school and completed a...
The Butchers Advocate, October 2020Independent local butchers are a foundation of local community, and a great example of this is Meadows Country Meats in South Australia. A sole butcher in the small rural town of Meadows in the Upper Fleurieu Peninsular of South...
The Butchers Advocate, September 2020Brendan Bouchier’s Mortlake Butchers is a cornerstone of the local community in the small town of Mortlake, Victoria. All of Brendan’s customers have been shopping with him for years and he knows every one of them on a first name...
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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