THE Wine Grapes Marketing Board is about to be judged.
The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is inviting Riverina-based wine grape growers to have their say as part of a review into the performance and benefits to the industry of the board.
The group represents the interests of wine grape growers in the City of Griffith and the shires of Leeton, Carrathool and Murrumbidgee.
NSW DPI group director of economics and analysis Tim McRae said the review presented an opportunity for the board and growers to suggest changes or improvements.
“It is standard practice for statutory boards to be reviewed regularly to ensure they are meeting the requirements of the industry they serve,” he said. “The review will evaluate the performance of the Board against its functions as outlined by the Agricultural Industry Services Regulation (2015).”
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