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The top six food trends for 2018 – a manufacturer’s guide
Editor-in-chief of Taste.com.au Brodee Myers-Cooke tells Food & Beverage Industry News how manufacturers can capitalise on the trends that are set to dominate the market this year.
A smart panel revolution
Global Automation offers a range of operator panels that provide high quality information to improve operational efficiency.
Food packaging made safer
The greater volume of packaged goods requires strict regulations to ensure that packaging and branding is safe for consumers.
Automatic grape harvesting with 3D technology from ifm
With EasyPilot, the manufacturer of multi-equipment carriers and harvesters, Grégoire, has created a sensor-assisted automatic line guidance system that boasts a precision of 3 cm without needing a GPS position signal.
Preparation key to building success for food making facilities
When pie manufacturer Baked Provisions wanted to design a new facility in Western Sydney, it had to make sure that not only was the budget met, but it would have a building that would meet its operational needs and capital constraints.
New advocacy group addressing food waste in Australia
New advocacy group, the Australian Food Cold Chain Council, aims to address food wastage by showing food producers, logistics operators, supermarkets and consumers the cost of inaction.
Sustainable palm oil: A complex issue
With new labelling choices launched recently in Australia to certify products that are palm oil free, opinions differ on the best way to deal with the complex issue.
Specialised Bag in Box packaging solutions
Glen Foreman, HMPS Applications Engineer and Bag in Box expert offers some pointers on the difficulties of bag in box packaging applications.
Looking abroad – the path to export success
Success in this endeavour is no certainty and there are some common mistakes that potential food exporters should avoid.
Stainless steel motors: the choice for the food and beverage industry
With increasing food safety regulations and more recalls making the headlines, Lafert Electric Motors Australia knows the importance of preventing contamination is a top priority for all manufacturers. Operating a clean production line has never been more important in the food and beverage sector. Prevention of any contamination offers significant savings in time and money, … Continue reading Stainless steel motors: the choice for the food and beverage industry
A 200-year journey: Serving the food manufacturer in Australia
With Australian-grown produce now on the march, managing director Vince Di Costanzo explains how MHE-Demag Australia is driving the food and beverage industry forward.
Sheep, cheese, vodka and sustainability in Tasmania
Hartshorn Distillery, winner of the Beverage of the Year at the 2017 Food & Beverage Industry Awards, uses a cheese making waste product to create alcoholic beverages.
In search of environmentally friendly shopping bags
Free plastic carrier bags will disappear from Australia’s two largest supermarkets in 2018. There are many arguments for and against this change, as it is important to look at the all environmental impacts of their alternatives.
Teff: from ancient grain to gluten-free food products
Working with CSIRO and FIAL, a NSW farming family is vertically integrating and turning an ancient grain into marketable food products.
From the boardroom to the farm
Last year the Food & Beverage Industry Awards introduced a number of new categories. One of these was the Paddock to Plate award, won this year by El Cielo.
Sage partners with Nord over waste
Container Deposit Systems Australia (CDSA) approached SAGE Automation with an unusual automation challenge. Recent environmental legislation has seen many recycling plants facing the same problem – reduced efficiencies and increased costs thanks to the purchase of an expensive sorting machine from Europe, coupled with expensive, unreliable labour. With the machine using barcodes to sort, waste … Continue reading Sage partners with Nord over waste
CSIRO gene silencing technology continues to benefit agriculture worldwide
RNA interference has given the world potatoes that don’t go brown, animal feed that’s easier to digest, safflower with high oil content and more.
Water analysis instruments
The Orion and AquaSensors product lines include a full range of complementary liquid sensing and measurement products.
Total Tips – design and building advice for food & beverage makers
Welcome to Total Tips, our new regular column by plant building and design provider, Total Construction. Over the coming months, we will hear from this industry leader about how to ensure businesses have well designed, well-functioning manufacturing facilities that give them the best chance to prosper. TIP 1. WHEN SELECTING NEW PREMISES, ENSURE YOU CHOOSE SOMEWHERE … Continue reading Total Tips – design and building advice for food & beverage makers
Setting the standard in traceability
Food safety scares and product recalls are unfortunate facts of life in the food sector. GS1 Australia provides the standards to enable organisations to effectively keep track of where our food comes from and help implement recalls quickly and efficiently. In China back in 2008, six babies died and thousands more became seriously ill after … Continue reading Setting the standard in traceability