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    Western Australia's Food
    Innovation Precinct

    The Western Australian Food Innovation Precinct is supported by funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Growth Fund. The state of the art facility has been designed to inspire Western Australian growers and producers, to build a robust and vibrant food and beverage manufacturing sector.
    LOCATION

    Pinjarup Country | Nambeelup, WA

    CLIENT

    Shire Of Murray

    YEAR

    2021

    STATUS

    Construction

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    The Precinct will broaden WA’s economic base by competitively positioning food and beverage product development and production for international markets

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    The Precinct will be a place where small-to-medium enterprises, research and development institutions, wider industry players including international agri-innovation firms and government entities can test, research and develop their products for market. The Precinct will focus on growing the state’s capacity to manufacture more of its food product locally. It will also assist in building international demand for local brands among consumers willing to pay for quality, premium Western Australian products.

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    The Australian Government has committed $21,750,000 to this project to support long-term economic growth and the creation of jobs in the region.

    The Western Australian Food Innovation Precinct will comprise a research and development facility, production building and innovation centre which by mid-2022, will house agrifood research and development experts, innovative start-ups, business services related to trade and markets and a one stop common use food technology facility.

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    Western Australia's Food

    Innovation Precinct

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