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Quality brews: talking coffee with Toby Smith of Toby’s Estate
Food Magazine recently caught up with Toby Smith, founder of the Toby’s Estate brand to talk coffee, farming and quality control.
Best to ignore salt claims from studies using unsavoury data
Three papers’ apparently contradictory findings are fuelling an unwarranted debate about the harms, or otherwise, of excessive salt.
To grow agriculture in Australia, farmers need to think like miners
Australian agriculture needs to take some tips from another successful exporter to Asia: the mining industry.
Private equity looms over Australia’s wine industry
It’s said that at least investors in vineyards can drink their losses. Indeed, it’s been a rocky few years for Australian wine.
24 hours with Symington’s Australia
David Cherrie, managing director of Symington’s Australia, talks us through what’s involved in managing a growing food manufacturing brand.
A Lidl bit of grocery competition could cause a Coles rethink
Price pressure from Lidl is likely to lead to further discounting and a continued growth of private label groceries.
Are gluten-free standards too strict for manufacturers?
Food Magazine recently caught up with Coeliac Australia and The AFGC to chat about potential amendments to the current gluten free standard.
Label design: how to make your product stand out
Effective packaging can be the best way to ensure your product is noticed, but how do you create a memorable label?
SA slicing food manufacturing’s energy costs
While it might seem like the sole benefit of energy efficiency is reduced energy costs, manufacturers can enjoy many other benefits.
Trade marks: protecting your product and your reputation
As tempting as it may be, replicating someone else’s packaging too closely can land you in hot water.
Foodbank needs more donations to meet demand
Foodbank has distributed enough food to serve 200 million meals over the past ten years, but more donations are needed.
Independent safety reviews will foster trust in GM technology
The topic of releasing genetically modified products into food is highly polarised. But are we making any progress?
Organic food is still not more nutritious than conventional food
Yet another study has shown that there is little difference in nutritional content between organic and conventional food.
Will food manufacturers crack under the pressure?
One of the myths surrounding the food and beverage industry is that it’s an out-of-date and old-fashioned sector.
Pic Picot talks peanuts, oil, and making NZ’s best selling peanut butter
Food Magazine chats with Pic Picot, founder of Pic’s Really Good Peanut Butter, about his success both in NZ and Australia.
A World Cup of opportunities for junk food companies
World Cup viewers watching SBS World News were exposed to two and a half minutes of marketing for Coca-Cola.
Raw C cracks the coconut water market
Food Magazine recently caught up with Scott Mendelsohn, co-director of Australian coconut water brand Raw C.
Health Star labelling: how transparency helped Tucker’s Natural get five stars
Only three out of 260 foods were given five stars in the front-of-pack Health Stars Rating Scheme.
Ethiopia, sustainability and success: Aroma Coffee spills the beans
Sustainability and coffee are two words that go hand in hand for managing director of Aroma Coffee, Gavin Gam.
Making a meal of GM food labelling
In all countries in which genetically modified food is sold the issue of food labelling has been hotly debated.