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An Initiative
from WAFarmers

This is the story of how Western Australia farms to feed and clothe the world.

The journey through the wonderful wide world of Western Agriculture begins here for primary school students!

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Food You Can Trust
Grains
Meat
Honey
Milk

Welcome to
Food You Can Trust

Western Australia produces some of the world’s highest quality fresh food.

Whether producing ready to eat foods or ingredients in other products, Western Australian farmers are world class.

Our grains, meat, honey, and milk are all recognised for being both safe and clean.

Our Purpose
Food You Can Trust Is An Initiative From WAFarmers

Food You Can Trust Is An Initiative From WAFarmers

We are dedicated to the transparency of facts of how we farm in Western Australia. Our passion is to pass on the knowledge of our farmers, who do an outstanding job, to our non-farming friends and neighbours.

This is How We Farm to Feed the World

This is How We Farm to Feed the World

By watching, reading and learning about how we farm in Western Australia, we hope to bring our food to life, and bring people together, including our customers and producers in all our farming industries.

Learn About How We Farm

Knowledge, and therefore Education is an important foundation for building trust. Food You Can Trust caters for everyone ranging from kids to consumers; from grassroots knowledge to technical competency.

Whether you’re preparing a lesson, a research paper or a shopping list, you’ll find useful ideas. We do that through a range of tools including primary student learning aids, information from the source and expert guides.

The Type of Information You’ll Find

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

Products grown and the regions they’re grown in.

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