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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Economic Outcomes: The aim of the research was to increase understanding of community attitudes and behaviours towards grain based foods, in particular products containing wholegrains and products containing wheat or gluten... Social Outcomes: Previous research has indicated that while the importance of cereal foods in a health promoting diet is internationally accepted, only a small proportion of Australians regularly meet recommended dietary intakes for cereal foods, including wholegrains... The results of the current study provide insight into factors associated with consumption of different kinds of cereal foods, how wholegrains, carbohydrates, and cereals are perceived by the general population, and the underpinnings of an emerging trend towards decreased gluten consumption...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Most Australian wheat is supplied for the competitive and relatively mature noodle market... The Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) is working with Indonesian flour millers to understand baking and other end-use requirements for Indonesia to maximise the opportunity for the use of Australian wheat and to help the Australian wheat industry meet Indonesia's expanding wheat requirements... Australian wheat will often be measured against end product performance from higher priced, higher protein wheat available in the international market...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Noodle demand bridges cultural tastes [Photo by Brad Collis: Mr Ken Tohara inspecting soba noodles being made at the Hakubaku noodle factory in Ballarat, Victoria] [Photo by Brad Collis: Mr Ken Tohara inspecting soba noodles being made at the Hakubaku noodle factory in Ballarat, Victoria].. After setting up in Ballarat in 1996 to be close to the source of Australian-grown Rosella wheat for its range of noodles sold in Japan, it is now also entering the Australian market with its udon, soba and somen noodles... The Ballarat plant produces 2000 tonnes of noodles a year for export to Japan and the US, and more recently for sale in Australian supermarkets...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
The largest wheat importer in the South Asia region - Indonesia imports about 5.5 million tonnes of wheat per year - approximately 50-55% of that wheat coming from Australia Per capita wheat consumption is low with good scope to grow - flour consumption is approx 17kg per capita - Compared to China 80kg; Japan 47kg; Thailand 30kg or Australia 309kg per capita.. Advantages of Australian Wheat Represents good value and has freight benefits for both consumers and producers Good milling extraction millers can extract more flour from.. Market Visit noodle end uses - Instant Noodles - high volume / low value (WA dominates the market share) Wet noodles / Yellow Alkaline Noodles (Hokkien style) - medium volume / medium value - growth potential for Australian wheat Niche market (hand made noodles - Lamien) - very low volume, high value Dried noodles - low volume, low to medium value..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Following a very positive outcome of the review undertaken by GRDC in 2005, GRDC elected to support the activities of the Group for a further two years... The enabled WQOG to provide market-focused quality objectives for Australian wheat breeders, recommendations to GRDC on priorities for quality research, and to act as the designated technical resource to advise the Wheat Classification Council (WCC)... Deregulation of the export wheat market has brought a number of key challenges that must be overcome if the industry is to retain its reputation as a supplier of quality wheat...
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