Dairy Exports Assurance Program (DEAP)

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The Dairy Export Assurance Program (DEAP) launched in March 2020. We have partnered with Dairy Australia to deliver the program’s deliverables.

Together, we are:

  • reviewing auditing arrangements to identify the regulatory hurdles for domestic dairy manufacturers to become exporters
  • working with industry to align food safety in regulatory and commercial assurance programs
  • working towards reducing regulatory intervention through improved data collection.

You can now provide feedback and share your ideas. Your feedback will help us to raise export awareness, reduce red tape and streamline audit arrangements.

To have your say:

  • participate in our forum
  • leave feedback in our guestbook

Register in Have Your Say and follow this project for updates.

The Dairy Export Assurance Program (DEAP) launched in March 2020. We have partnered with Dairy Australia to deliver the program’s deliverables.

Together, we are:

  • reviewing auditing arrangements to identify the regulatory hurdles for domestic dairy manufacturers to become exporters
  • working with industry to align food safety in regulatory and commercial assurance programs
  • working towards reducing regulatory intervention through improved data collection.

You can now provide feedback and share your ideas. Your feedback will help us to raise export awareness, reduce red tape and streamline audit arrangements.

To have your say:

  • participate in our forum
  • leave feedback in our guestbook

Register in Have Your Say and follow this project for updates.

  • Over $14 million to help Australian dairy exports

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    10 Mar 2021

    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.