This is Freshmark
With roots dating back to 1925, the NSW Chamber of Fresh Produce Limited, trading as Freshmark, has evolved to become a representative organisation that invests its resources towards advancing the operating environment of its members and the fresh produce industry.
Freshmark is devoted exclusively to the needs and interests of the fresh produce sector for New South Wales. We represent growers, wholesalers, retailers and their customers who operate from Sydney and Newcastle Markets, including greengrocers, exporters, providores, growers and service providers.
Ahead of the game!
Freshmark’s strength is our ability to learn and translate that learning into action quickly, allowing us to provide our members with the necessary products and services to give them a competitive advantage.
what drives us
Freshmark will deliver innovation by investing in programs that add value and benefits to all Freshmark stakeholders.
Freshmark will respect the views and positions of all Freshmark stakeholders in the development of agreed Freshmark programs and industry policies.
Freshmark will provide leadership in designing and implementing agreed programs and policies for the long-term benefit of the NSW fresh produce industry.
Freshmark will be accountable to all Freshmark stakeholders in the management, delivery and results of all programs.
Representing you is
what we do best
Passion for the Prosperity of the Fresh Produce Industry Defines our Board
The Freshmark Board comprises of a Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson and nine Directors each representing NSW’s fruit, vegetable and flower industries.
Who We Represent
Each board member is a representative of wholesaler, grower and retailer groups who make up the fresh produce supply chain.
What we Bring
Collectively we bring more than 200 years of experience within the entire spectrum of our industry. Our experience and knowledge are our strength.
We identify options to current situations and constantly prepare alternative scenarios – even the most unlikely ones – to ensure our industry thrives.
The industry represents a total farm gate value of $13.2 billion.
There are some 12,000 businesses located in every state and territory nationally.
The industry employs more than 72,000 Australians.
The horticulture sector is the third largest sector within Australian agriculture and comprises of fruit, vegetables, nuts, flowers, turf and nursery products.
The fresh produce industry has a long and proud history. Its longevity stems from stakeholders collectively adhering to strict guidelines, rules and code of ethics that are translated into each company's business constitution.