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Support activities for the MLA/MWNZ MQST eating quality program

MLA's goal is for Australian industry to be able to provide customers with beef and sheepmeat that is of consistent and predictable eating quality, for both domestic and export markets, in a cost effective manner. The MQST program aimed to develop and implement off-farm technologies and processes for optimising eating quality.  

These support projects covered the following:  

Project A.MQT.0054

Costs associated with the purchase/development of communication material, publications, printing, and presentations at conferences related to MQST program to demonstrate the benefits of these outcomes to the Industry.

Project A.MQT.0055

Furthermore, a special workshop to preview a process control technology which could assist meat processors in optimising eating quality was organised under this project to Introduce the 'Quality Optimised Process' (QOP) model and its potential use in meat process control for quality optimisation and collate feedback to help determine features of a processor friendly interface design.

Project A.MQT.0066

Innovation transfer activities for the MQST program.

Project A.MQT.0033

Teaching & research support for meat industry eating quality programs (see attached report).

Project A.MQT.0059

This covered the costs associated purchase of material such as communication material, publications, printing, making presentations at conferences associated with of the MQST program to demonstrate the benefits of these outcomes and associated activities to the red meat Industry.

Project A.MDC.0002

Additional funding was provided to a consultant (Greenleaf) so as to complete a cost/benefit analysis.


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