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Latest news

New sensor technologies: Measuring sugar levels in cherries using an infrared meter

Agriculture Victoria recently tested a new portable handheld infrared meter (HIKARi 16) that non-destructively measures sugar levels in fresh cherries. Comparisons were made with a refractometer that requires destruction of the fruit to obtain a juice sample. Laboratory results
showed that the infrared HIKARi 16 was reasonably accurate and has the potential to replace a refractometer.

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“Chemical Use for Export Toolkit”: Helping Cherry, Summerfruit, and Table Grape Growers Realise Export Aspirations

The Victorian Government is supporting cherry, summerfruit and table grape growers across the state to realise their export market aspirations by building capacity and managing supply chain risks.


Minister for Agriculture Mary-Anne Thomas announced this project as part of the first tranche of the Food to Market program to support projects that will add value to food grown and processed in Victoria.

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September Cherry Newsletter out now

Read about the new MRL project to help growers comply with international MRLs (funded by Agriculture Victoria), growing white cherries, pollination and much more!

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Australian Cherries are produced in six states, with New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania being the three largest producers and South Australia the fourth largest producer. These four states have a strong export focus. Read more in our brochure.

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Our Associate Members for 2021-22

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  • Small Logo - Glamapak
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  • Sustainable Agriculture logo

Platinum sponsors: Glama Pak and Visy have been a great supporters of the Australian cherry industry for many years and as the industry continues to expand, they will continue to provide customers with the innovative, protective and eye-catching packaging, meeting the needs of both domestic and international markets.

Slideshow photographs: Emma McGlashan, Michelle Walton, Andrea Magiafoglou, Charlotte Brunt,