The outcomes of the Training Centre will include the testing of market opportunities, the development of appropriate social and business models, and the identification of future opportunities for Uniquely Australian Foods.

Economic and quality of life benefits through job creation and benefit sharing arrangements will be secured for Indigenous communities through sustainable business models which will help to Close the Gap, and the development of supply chain partnerships to reduce the risks involved in taking products to market.

Our industry participants:

  • Our industry participants

    There are many benefits of increased collaboration between academia and industry or other partners. Greater collaboration allows research to have an impact in industries where it is needed the most and deliver faster results to..

  • Key objectives

    Composition and sensory quality Native plant foods are potently flavoursome and exhibit a broad range of different types of sensory qualities. Wattle seed for example, comprises a number of different species, each exhibiting its own..

  • Propose an idea

    We are keen to hear your ideas and are open to working with new partners who align with our passion for the native foods industry and developing innovative product applications for the benefit of Indigenous..