Two years ago we interviewed established, thriving agribusinesses in Fiji, Vanuatu and Tonga, hoping to identify the key ingredients in their success, measured not solely by growth or revenue, but by longevity. The 15 businesses involved notched up a combined 200 years experience of highs and lows.
Have an agribusiness? Want to see how attracting visitors and tourists to your farm may improve your agribusiness product? Join us to learn lessons from existing operators and partners during our AgriTourism Experiences Talanoa.
Focused on better understanding and improving the relationship between farmers and buyers, helping industries grow, we’re piloting innovative approaches to producing of greater volumes of consistently, high-quality honey.
We believe that agribusiness needs to be properly integrated into agricultural research which is why we’re collaborating with active Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research projects in the region to support our approach.
Agriculture is the primary industry in our region and tourism is an emerging industry. We’re working to identify how best to take advantage of the opportunities presented by agritourism.
A recent analysis of the Tongan watermelon export value chain provided participants of the Tonga Farmers Forum with key insights into the role of each actor as well as the key opportunities and constraints.
Learn about the dynamic business of food and agriculture, exploring value chain thinking and the role consumers play in our rapidly evolving food systems.
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