How WA food producers can engage with Singapore

Webinar: How WA food producers can engage with Singapore

Start date: 14/04/2021 | End date: 14/04/2021

Singapore food imports reached an all-time high of $1.1 billion in December 2020. With a population of 5.5 million consumers, Singapore’s discerning appetite for high-quality foods, and new, sustainably produced foodstuffs continues to grow exponentially.

Late last year, Singapore was the first country to approve cultured chicken meat and, recently, the Singapore Government announced the formation of an agrifood cluster transformation fund to drive local production to achieve a 30% self-sufficiency by 2030 (the ’30-by-30 Goal’).

With these trends in place, join this free interactive webinar on Wednesday14 April 2021 at 3 pm AWST to find out:

• How WA food and beverage producers can engage in the Singapore market
• How Singapore can be a food and beverage hub for Australian producers into the ASEAN region
• How plans for the soon to be launched Western Australian Food Innovation Precinct are going to aid these opportunities

The event is being supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA, the Peel Development Commission and the Shire of Murray.

In 2019-20 WA agrifood exports to Singapore totalled $212.3 million, up 32% compared to 2018-19. The three largest agrifood products exported to Singapore in 2019-20 were pig meat, wheat, milk and cream.

For general enquiries about doing business in Singapore, please contact the Invest and Trade Western Australia team at investandtrade@jtsi.wa.gov.au