Peak industry body for Queensland horticulture, Growcom is pleased to announce the finalists for the upcoming Queensland Horticulture Export Awards Dinner.
 
The Export Awards provide an opportunity to highlight the accomplishments of the industry’s leaders and for the wider industry to celebrate the best and brightest in the field.
 
Growcom Chair Belinda Adams said all finalists have demonstrated their commitment to the Queensland horticulture industry and have made valuable contributions to its ongoing growth and success.
 
“They are all deserving nominees who have been recognised by their peers and colleagues for their achievements. Given the high calibre, it will certainly be tough to pick a winner in each category,” Ms Adams said.
 
Two Awards will be presented on the night of the Dinner – Queensland Horticulture Exporter of the Year and the New Exporter Award.
 
The Queensland Horticulture Exporter of the Year Award will be presented to an individual or businesses that has demonstrated a strong commitment to exporting; invested in building a sustainable export capability; and actively contributes to activities that assist the industry to increase horticultural exports. 
 
The New Exporter Award will recognise an individual grower or business who within the last three years has either entered the export space; increased their export volume by over 50%; begun exporting a new and innovative product.  
 
The Award winners will be announced on Tuesday 8 June at the Queensland Horticulture Export Dinner being held in conjunction with Hort Connections at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
 
Tickets to the event are still available. To secure your ticket, visit www.growcom.com.au/qhed
 
FINALISTS FOR THE 2021 QUEENSLAND HORTICULTURE EXPORT AWARDS
 
Queensland Horticulture Exporter of the Year

  • Attard Family Farms
  • JayFresh Australia
  • Moffatt Fresh Produce
  • Rocky Ponds Produce
  • Top Citrus

New Exporter Award

  • Green Valley Fingerlimes
  • Quebec Citrus Australia