ACTA 2023 AGM was held on Thursday 23rd November at The Park Hyatt, Sydney. Elections were held for the 2024 ACTA Committee. A delicious three course luncheon, stunning views across to the Opera House all made for a brilliant day. A fabulous networking event!
As is often the case, the Members who attended represented the full cross section of the Australian Coffee Industry. Very well attended with over 50 guests.
Thanks to our expert speakers from The Dept of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF). The key theme for this meeting was “An overview of green coffee from a DAFF perspective” and where 3 representatives provided their valuable input on the work of DAFF, addressing leading questions as prepared by the ACTA Membership in advance.
A summary was provided of ACTA’s key activities over the year, and the Association’s ongoing focus on remaining the leading voice of all sectors involved in the fascinating Australian coffee industry. Thanks were also given to the Committee Members who selflessly continue to make the effort and time for the coffee industry at large.
Bean Alliance Group
RPM Freight & Logistics
Seven Miles Coffee
ACTA 2024 Committee
Di Bella Coffee
Coffee & Nut Trading
Bean Alliance Group
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ACTA represents the Australian coffee industry by assisting and improving the standards, promoting the image of coffee and provides a platform for networking and furthering education.
ACTA liaises with the media and regulative bodies on all aspects of the industry.
We regularly communicate industry issues with media e.g: – Coffee news – Magazines – Misleading and incorrect commentary – Fair trade – Rainforest Alliance – 4C common code for the coffee community – Market movements – Green Bean pricing.
ACTA addresses industry issues with authorities e.g: – GST – Parchment (AQIS) – EPA standards – Australian Customs requirements.