Traditional owners of Kakadu National Park hope to use their land to cultivate inroads into the traditional medicine market — an industry they have estimated to be worth up to $115 billion globally.
A Western Australian winery opens its cellar door for the first time in almost three years, after it was decimated by the Waroona-Yarloop bushfire.
A southern Tasmanian Gin maker has a fight on his hands with social media giant Facebook over the use of edible hemp in one of his products.
Demand is threatening to outweigh the supply of water in the Murray-Darling region, with prices set to double.
Maverick Kennedy MP Bob Katter has leveraged support from the Morrison Government for huge irrigation schemes in his electorate.
Months behind schedule, Queensland's first licensed medicinal cannabis farm has started growing plants with the aim of manufacturing medicines from early next year.
People generally don't associate Japan with winemaking, but a small vineyard on the island of Okushiri off the coast of Hokkaido — on the same latitude as Bordeaux — is giving elderly residents hope for the future as they continue to come to terms with a deadly earthquake and tsunami 25 years ago.
It's the strawberry punnet whodunit. An entire industry was brought to its knees in September when needles were discovered in fruit picked and packed for public consumption.
Companies exporting Australian produce target the refined tastes of China's rising middle class.
Fruit and vegetable magnate Robert Costa says that two-thirds of Australia's food relies upon bee pollination. RMIT ABC Fact Check finds that to be overstated.