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Australia shouldn’t sacrifice food safety standards for free trade
Australia’s relative pest- and disease-free status gives its exporters a significant market advantage.
How to master the dark art of trade spend
Trade spend can cause marketers to go grey and financial controllers to go bald, but there is a solution.
How Taylors Wines plans to crack the US market
Food Mag recently caught up with Mitchell Taylor of Taylors Wines to discuss the winery’s recent award wins and export plans.
Halal certification: a gateway to export markets
The halal food market is a sector that can’t be ignored by food manufacturers keen to make their mark internationally.
Coles v ACCC: finding the balance between fair trading and competition
Essentially, the issue raised by the ACCC’s allegations is whether we want competition at any cost.
Entrepreneurs can help bring new thinking to manufacturing
With major employers heading offshore and employment numbers decimated, what will emerge from the ashes of Australia’s manufacturing industry?
Chobani talks exports, marketing and building a great brand
Food Mag recently caught up with MD of Chobani Australia, Peter Meek to discuss the brand’s export endeavours and market success.
The secret to unlocking productivity in manufacturing
Manufacturing SMEs could do with more information and support to assist with the adoption of high performance work practices
Why the Australian economy still needs manufacturing
With employers heading offshore and employment numbers decimated, what will emerge from the ashes of our manufacturing industry?
“Chocolate has lost its way”: Q&A with Willie’s Cacao
Chocolateir Willie Harcourt-Cooze spoke to Food mag about his unique brand and his perceptions of Australia’s confectionery industry.
Predicting the last brand standing in the supermarket price wars
Price wars represent one of the most severe forms of competitive interplay in the market place, often leading to great losses.
With a free trade deal Australia can win China’s dairy market
Although expert at efficient production of commodities, NZ isn’t set up for large scale production of consumer-ready products.
Bar set low for a ‘do no harm’ China-Australia FTA
Recent comments of government ministers suggest they’re confident a FTA with China will be reached by the end of the year.
Does your production line make the grade?
It is vital that food manufacturers have production lines capable of responding to future developments in food safety standards.
Packaging accessibility – an ageing issue
The ageing population is the largest and fastest growing market sector – but when it comes to packaging design, they are often overlooked.
How to reduce your audit costs
Time is money, and while audits are part and parcel of being a manufacturer, you should strive to make them as efficient as possible.
Beefing up meat exports
Australia’s meat industry is harnessing manufacturing’s ‘clean, green’ reputation to boost exports.
Q&A with five:am founder, David Prior
David Prior puts the success of his organic yoghurt brand down to loyal customers, supportive retailers and great products.
Maggie Beer’s labelling lessons from the ACCC
Maggie Beer said her recent dealings with the ACCC have been a wakeup call that other manufacturers can learn from.
Serialisation: protecting brands and supply chains
Serialisation has come back into the spotlight because of the benefits it offers in an increasingly complex global supply chain.