Duck meat supplier, Luv-a-Duck, has been ordered to pay $360,000 by the Federal Court for making false representations on its packaging and in marketing material.
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Strongbow to undergo brand refresh
Part of the Carlton & United Breweries group, Strongbow cider is undergoing a brand refresh, bringing to life the product’s essence of “relaxed simplicity.”
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Confusing labelling a major factor in Queensland’s obesity crisis, NAQ
According to new research from Nutrition Australia Queensland (NAQ), up to 96 percent of Queenslanders are unable to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy food.
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Victorian dairy body backs Murray Goulburn bid for Warrnambool
The United Dairy Farmers of Victoria (UDV), the state’s peak dairy industry body has put its support behind Murray Goulburn...
Coopers launches $16.5m bottling line
Beer brand Coopers has opened its second bottling line, a $16.5 million investment which is expected to increase flexibility in...
Research aims to decode genome of the Sydney rock oyster
A new research project involving scientists from universities across Australia has been launched with the aim of ensuring the sustainability...
Fair Trading supports Choice’s call for free range standard
NSW Fair Trading has released its response to Choice’s super complaint about misleading free range claims, supporting the consumer watchdog’s...
The real cost of pesticides in Australia's food boom
More than A$17 billion worth of crops grown in Australia annually is attributed to agricultural pesticides. That’s a staggering 68% of the A$26 billion industry, according to a recent Deloitte report.
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Coffee greenwashing works: study
Coffee labelled as “eco-friendly” can attract a premium, with consumers led to believe it tastes better, according to new research from Sweden.
Reminiscing with Rutherglen
The history is palpable at Morris Wines, the Rutherglen winery where fifth-generation winemaker David Morris has just celebrated 20 years...
Getting a breakfast brand off the ground: Q&A with Yousli founder
Paul Findlay, founder of muesli brand Yousli, talks to Food mag about the struggles of launching a food brand today...
Food production in a warmer climate - what can Australia expect?
Dr Peter Hayman, leader of Climate Applications within the South Australian Research and Development Institute explains that although there are...
Foreign investment and the popularity test: does GrainCorp set a new precedent?
Inserted within the ADM-GrainCorp decision was a never-before-seen rationale for rejecting a foreign investment: the tenor of community attitudes and...
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Batter, breading, searing and branding systems for prepared food products
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