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Papaya market supply data capture and analysis

The overall objective of this project is the collection of production volumes of fresh red papaya and yellow paw paw in the main growing regions of North Queensland. These production figures, along with national market category wholesale and retail data, will be tallied to give production volumes for the tablelands and coastal areas.

The focus of the reports will estimate the weekly production volume in tonnes by asking transport companies to report total pallets sent to the main eastern seaboard markets, with the assumption that pallet weight represents approximately 800kg of fruit. By doing this, it will provide levy payers and industry stakeholders the opportunity to accurately identify actual production figures in the various North Queensland growing regions.

Project date

27 Apr 2022-31 Mar 2025
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Principal investigator

Lucy Noble

Research organisation

Papaya Australia Ltd

Project funded by

Multiple industries
Alternative protein Cross industry Fruits Nuts Other rural industries Pasture, fodder & feed Vegetables

Hort Innovation

Hort Innovation is the grower-owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation for Australia's horticulture industry. As one of the nation's 15 Rural …
  • Location

    Australia

  • Organisation type

    Research funding body

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