- Annual Royal Hobart Fine Food
- anti-slip flooring
- Australia Institute of Packaging
- Australian alcohol
- Australian health food
- Australian Packaging
- baking expo
- baking industry
- carbon belts
- compostable packaging
- Dock Levellers
- factory safety
- Food And Beverage
- Food and Beverage Awards
- Food and Beverage Industry awards
- food recall
- Gates Australia
- Gates belt drive systems
- Gates systems
- GS1 Australia
- health foods
- health foods Australia
- ifm Australia
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- ifm expert
- IoT-enabled inkjet printer
- IoT-enabled printer
- MODU System
- Newly Weds Foods
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- Total Construction
- women in industry
- Forget children, self-regulating ads only helps the food industry
The food industry’s commitment to actually reducing inappropriate food marketing to children is called into question by a paper published today in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.
- Global food production threatens to overwhelm efforts to combat climate change
The global warming potential of methane and nitrous oxide is 28 and 265 times greater than that of CO₂, respectively.
- City fringes locked in battles over broiler farms
As more chicken meat is produced, and in ever more technologically intensive ways, conflicts over farm applications inevitably unlock community disquiet about factory farming.
- Technical feature: Pumping hot cooking oil
The most important characteristics of a hot cooking oil pump.
- Powerful supermarkets push the cost of food waste onto suppliers, charities
At a time when one billion people globally experience hunger, as much as 50% of all food produced – up to two billion metric tonnes – is thrown away every year
- Manufacturers benefit from making their own nitrogen
It’s not surprising more and more manufacturers are investing in innovative systems so they can generate their own nitrogen on-site.
- Is that muesli bar you put in your child’s lunchbox actually healthy?
Despite marketing claims that they are healthy, many processed snack bars are high in added sugar, refined starch and fat.
- Should we eat red meat? The nutrition and the ethics
The impacts of red meat and red meat products’ production and consumption on human health, animal welfare and the environment are complex.
- FactCheck: do Australians with an average seafood diet ingest 11,000 pieces of plastic a year?
Australians are growing increasingly aware of the real danger posed by the vast amount of plastic dumped in our seas every year. It’s an important issue, so it’s crucial we get the facts right.
- Caffeinated water brands aim to take share as demand for functionality grows
A number of companies have recently launched or relaunched caffeinated water in the US to target consumers looking for healthy and natural functional drinks.
- Health Check: do we crave the food our bodies need?
Food craving is an intense desire to consume a particular food that is difficult to resist. This is different from hunger, as consumption of any number of foods satisfies hunger.
- Is Margarine dead?
Sales of margarine in the US are falling as butter makes a comeback.
- Sugar may be as damaging to the brain as extreme stress or abuse
We all know that cola and lemonade aren’t great for our waistline or our dental health, but our new study on rats has shed light on just how much damage sugary drinks can also do to our brain.
- Variable speed drives deliver safety for food and beverage machinery
The drives assist with helping machinery manufacturers meet the safety standards by reducing system complexities.
- ERP system proves flexibility
Austral Fisheries’ Greentree system passed the test when the time came to make changes.
- Cranberry market growing in Australia, albeit slowly
Ocean Spray was formed in 1930 and since then, the cranberry cooperative has grown to encompass more than 700 grower families all across North America.
- The Middle East is open for exports
The Middle East is often viewed with some trepidation by the Australian business community, with the language and distinct cultural differences often creating uncertainty among Australian exporters.
- Alcohol companies target the 20% of Australians who drink 75% of the alcohol
Researchers have known for a long time that alcohol consumption is quite concentrated in a small part of the population. They argue about the exact distribution, but there is substantial agreement that, so long as alcohol sales are not heavily restricted, consumption is distributed in a quite predictable way.
- Do we really have to wash fruit and vegetables?
There is a growing demand for fruit and vegetables across the Western world, thanks to increased awareness of their nutritional and health benefits. But we’ve always been taught they might not be safe to eat straight out of the supermarket, and they have to be washed first. Is this the case? And what might happen if we don’t?
- When climate change hits our food supply, city foodbowls could come to the rescue
Australians may need to get used to coping with more disruptions to their food supply and rising food prices in a warming climate.