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Horticulture Code of Conduct
Roadshow for Growers

All growers and traders must have a Code compliant Horticulture Produce Agreement and the ACCC has the power to enforce civil penalties and infringement notices on both growers and traders.

The only exemptions are if you trade directly with a retailer, processor or exporter.

The new Code has been designed to protect growers but also reflect the flexibilities that need to operate in the market place.

Growcom, along with the regional horticulture bodies, invites you to attend regional free grower specific workshop to help you understand how the Code protects your business and to make sure you meet your obligations. We are pleased to announce that the ACCC will be attending the workshops as a guest speaker.

You will walk out of this workshop understanding your rights and obligations, a template HPA, some ideas about how to streamline compliance and what to do if things go wrong.

Program
  • Horticulture Code of Conduct overview – (Cynthia Tupicoff, ACCC)
  • HPA template interactive workshop session – what to look out for, troubleshooting and common scenarios (Rachel Mackenzie, Growcom)
  • Managing your compliance – an online consignment tool making Code Compliance easy (HiveXChange)

These workshops are proudly sponsored by the HiveXChange and supported by the VegNET program, which is a strategic levy investment under the Hort Innovation Vegetable Fund

Free Regional Workshops:

Bowen 03 August 11am – 1pm
followed by lunch DAF Research Station

Mareeba 17 August 4.30pm – 6.30pm
followed by dinner – Jackaroo Motel

Gayndah 22 August 4.30pm – 6.30 pm
followed by dinner – Grand Hotel Gayndah

Bundaberg 23 August 2pm – 4pm
followed by drinks – Burnett Club

Gatton 24 August 4pm – 6pm
followed by dinner – DAF Research station

Stanthorpe 31 August 4.30pm -6.30pm
followed by dinner – DAF Research station

Please RSVP for catering purposes.

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