restaurant food bowl dishes Tasmanian agriculture is 'on cusp of a golden era'
by：Two Eight 2019-08-15
Simon Talbot, chief executive of the National Farmers' Federation, said the Agriculture Department in TASMANIA state should treat itself as a restaurant, not a food bowl.Speaking with Federal President Brent Finley in the state this week, Mr. Talbot said the industry needs to take advantage of the trade window that Chinese President Xi Jinping opened to the country in November."We feel passionately that agriculture in Tasmania is at the forefront of the golden age."The catalyst is a visit by President Xi Jinping, [Prime Minister] will be Hodgman there to do more work than anywhere in Australia or New Zealand, and you get great benefits from China.\ "But this window is a limited window, so Tassie needs to make sure it takes advantage of the relationship and makes a deal in terms of getting a premium export.\ "Tassie's export of agricultural products is about $2 billion, and if you can do a good job in this relationship, it will actually double in the next five to seven years."We have had a very public conversation with the supreme government of the philosophy of" restaurant Tasmania state --It's not a food bowl, it's more like a deli in China.\ "If you think like a layer-A restaurant, this is the way forward for production in the state of Tasmania.\ "There needs to be a unified way to convey the brand message.Mr. Talbot said,China's relations have been a success for the country, as there are other areas that aspire to have a similar background --Synchronize with the country.Finley added that water resources in the state of Tasmania also put it in a favorable position.\ "This is so exciting for the country-In the case of other countries in Australia fighting for water, you are still developing water and water infrastructure.The two visited the state two or three times a year, catching up with key government and agricultural data, and visited Hobart, CREZ, Launceston and Devonport on Monday and Tuesday.