Dairy Exports Assurance Program (DEAP)

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Dairy Exports Assurance Program's first stage of public consultation to understand the experience of dairy manufacturing businesses applying to become registered to export is closed.

What happens next

Thank you for taking part in the DEAP surveys, we will review and consider your feedback. We will use your input to help us to modernise the regulatory system across the entire supply chain

We are now working to release a snapshot of the survey outcomes.

Dairy Exports Assurance Program's first stage of public consultation to understand the experience of dairy manufacturing businesses applying to become registered to export is closed.

What happens next

Thank you for taking part in the DEAP surveys, we will review and consider your feedback. We will use your input to help us to modernise the regulatory system across the entire supply chain

We are now working to release a snapshot of the survey outcomes.

  • Over $14 million to help Australian dairy exports

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    Funding announcement to help dairy industry by raising export awareness, reducing red tape and streamlining audit arrangements. The Australian Government will invest $14.78 million to 2024-25 to help our dairy industry by raising export awareness, reducing red tape and streamlining audit arrangements. Minister for Agriculture, David Littleproud, said that the Australian dairy sector has the potential to expand exports of our world-class dairy products.