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  • 02 November 2021

    MST Access Updated Report Following Release of FY22 Q1 Update

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  • 08 October 2021

    Honourable Don Punch MLA, Minister for Fisheries, Tours the OGA Augusta Headquarters

    This week we were delighted to be visited by the Honourable Don Punch MLA, Minister for Fisheries, for a tour of our Augusta headquarters.

    Our Director Brad Adams provided the Minister with an insight into the exciting year ahead for OGA; including our innovative projects currently in the pipeline.

    The Minister enjoyed a sample of our premium Greenlip Abalone, which is harvested right here in Augusta.

  • 07 October 2021

    A Culinary Taste of the Sea: Australian Abalone

    Ocean Grown Abalone (OGA) are proud to be a world leader in pioneering ocean ranched abalone.

    This has been documented in Austrade’s latest Capability Report.

    The report will be used to communicate the advantages of Australian Abalone to an international market and upskill Austrade's new network of Business Development Managers.

    OGA are thrilled to feature so prominently within the report which concisely highlights our ranching process and positive supply trend.

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  • 05 October 2021

    MST Access Senior Research Analyst, Anita Costa’s research initiation report on Ocean Grown Abalone

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  • 29 September 2020

    Augusta Margaret River Mail: Agri-food producers in spotlight at China virtual showcase

    Border closures have not stopped a group of Western Australian agrifood and beverage businesses showcasing their wares to buyers in the Chinese market.

    A successful virtual 'taste and talk' promotional event featuring high quality produce from WA was held recently with prospective buyers from the east coast province of Zhejiang, south of Shanghai.

    Brad Adams, Managing Director of Augusta-based Ocean Grown Abalone said the feedback received on their Two Oceans Abalone product had been very positive.

    "This is an important and needed development for Western Australian and all Australian agri businesses to adapt and evolve in these different times when we are faced with limited travel and access to export markets and in particular China, a key market for abalone," Mr Adams said.


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