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MASI Trading has now been an Gold Supplier Member for 11 years. MASI Trading specialises in the supply of global premium natural and certified organic food & health product ingredients for the international food & health industries.

Chia Seeds are tiny black or white seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica L. They are incredibly rich in nutrients. The antioxidants, minerals, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids in chia seeds may promote heart health, support strong bones, and improve blood sugar management. Order now with MASI Trading, new 2023 harvest available from South America.

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Carob germ protein is a natural plant-based protein, extracted from the carob seed through a 100% sustainable and chemical-free production process. It is a light-yellowish free flowing powder, rich in amino acids content and suitable for gluten-free meals, plant-forward diets, bakery, meat, and meat analogue applications too. It gives a high protein intake in nutritional products such as protein bars. Carob germ protein also has emulsifying power, ideal for dairy alternatives.

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The Australia Brazil Business Council Awards aims to identify and recognise the best companies and individuals that made a difference in trade and the community, showcasing inspiring companies, along with the most innovative and effective initiatives.

MASI Trading has been nominated for one or more categories of awards. Participating companies and individuals will be in the running to win awards for a range of categories, that showcase excellence in export, innovation, capital and social enterprises.

The Awards that are determined by the ‘Community Choice’ voting process, are determined by votes from the general public.

High-quality, comprehensive free trade agreements (FTAs) can play an important role in supporting global trade liberalisation.

FTAs can cover entire regions with multiple participants or link just two economies. Under these agreements, parties enter into legally binding commitments to open access to each others’ markets for goods and services, and investment.

Australia has ten FTAs currently in force with China, Japan, Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, US, Chile, the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) (with New Zealand) and Malaysia.

Australia concluded negotiations of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in October 2015. This agreement will enter into force following completion of each country’s domestic implementation processes.

Australia is currently engaged in six FTA negotiations – two bilateral FTA negotiations: India and Indonesia; and four plurilateral FTA negotiations: the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the Pacific Trade and Economic Agreement (PACER Plus), the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) and the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) and scoping is underway for an FTA with the European Union.