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Former NFF director elected to Australian Made Campaign Board

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article image Alf Cristaudo was elected to the Australian Made Campaign Board of Directors.

Former Chairman of Canegrowers Australia, Alf Cristaudo was elected to the Australian Made Campaign Board of Directors at the organisation’s AGM last month.

Having recently completed his term as director of the National Farmers Federation, Cristaudo has played a pivotal role in advancing Australia’s sugarcane industry while holding senior positions with peak industry bodies and advisory committees throughout his career.

Cristaudo was nominated for the position by the National Farmers Federation, with the Australian Made Campaign’s chairman, David Gray stating that Cristaudo was selected based on his long history of active grower, industry and community representation.

"We are delighted that Alf has agreed to join the Board,” Gray, said.

“Mr Cristaudo’s appointment will help strengthen the ties between the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo and the agricultural sector, and his insights into the Queensland business community will be greatly valued.”

In addition to his new position on the Australian Made Campaign’s board, Cristaudo is also currently a director of Austsafe Superannuation and Ravensdown Fertiliser Australia.

The AGM also saw the directors Glenn Cooper and Allyn Beard re-elected for a further term and causal vacancy appointees Nicki Anderson and Michele Levine formally elected. 

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