Advance Queensland Presents

Grown in Queensland

The Dawn of a New Era for Queensland Farmers. Welcome to the Grown in Queensland initiative, designed to support the long term viability of our local agricultural industry.

Grown in Queensland
Getting Involved

Support Local Farmers & Industry

Queensland Suppliers

Farmers and Producers in Queensland can now avail themselves to our powerful marketing tools allowing consumers and businesses alike to easily identify locally grown vegetables, fruits and meats.

Queensland Supporters

Many Queensland businesses are engaged with producers either by supplying inputs such as goods and services, or purchasing produce for processing and consumption. They too can join this initiative.

Our Mission Statement

As the world continues to evolve, the security and quality of food is becoming increasingly important to consumers. Additionally, food sourced locally not only requires less energy in distribution, but also promotes employment and supports local communities.

The Grown in Queensland initiative is designed to assist Queensland consumers, by placing a priority on the locality of the origin of the food they choose to purchase. 

Advance Queensland has developed a Trade Mark that clearly identifies foods grown and produced in Queensland. The Grown in Queensland initiative focuses on the quality, availability and sustainability of Queensland farmer produced goods.

Securing the long term future of Queensland’s agricultural industry is our goal.

 

About

Advance Queensland Pty Ltd

Advance Queensland Pty Ltd is a privately owned, not for profit company formed by a family with a history of over a hundred years of farming in Queensland.

The company was created with a purpose and desire to promote food produced in Queensland. The Grown in Queensland initiative aims to strengthen marketing and distribution opportunities for farmers, and support the long term viability of the Queensland agricultural industry.

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