- 2019 Food and Beverage Awards
- 2019 Food awards
- circular economy
- converyor systems
- DAF system
- Factories of the Future
- Food Allergies
- Food and Beverage Industry awards
- food awareds
- FoodTech 2019
- Food waste
- GS1 barcodes
- ice cream
- junk food
- Meat and Livestock Australia
- Mintel Purchase Intelligence
- packaging waste
- Poly Chain
- poly chain belts
- Sealed Air
- SEQ ice cream
- smart homes
- smart technologies
- Vitafoods 2019
- Murray Goulburn shareholders say yes to Saputo takeover
Shareholders of Murray Goulburn have voted in favour of a proposed $1.3 billion takeover by Canadian dairy giant Saputo.
- Low pressure wash down guns
Tecpro Australia has released a white version of its RB65 low pressure wash down gun, after requests from the meat and dairy industries.
- American bourbon and vodka coming to Australia
MGP Ingredients has announced plans to partner with Swift + Moore Beverages Australia to represent TILL American Wheat Vodka and George Remus Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
- Export Council of Australia launches business survey
The survey, called AIBS, is a collaboration between the ECA, the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, and the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation.
- Finalists announced for 2018 PIDA Awards
Finalists have been announced for the 2018 Packaging & Processing Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA).
- Wine Australia gets broader powers to protect the nation’s wine reputation
New regulations, effective this week, give the nation’s wine export regulator Wine Australia broader powers to protect the reputation of the country’s wine exports.
- Woolworths to phase out plastic bags by June 20
Woolworths has announced its Supermarkets, BWS, Metro and Woolworths Petrol stores will no longer provide single-use plastic shopping bags nationally from 20 June 2018.
- Hundreds lose jobs as Red Lea Chickens closes
Red Lea Chickens has been placed into voluntary administration and, as result, more than 500 workers have lost their jobs.
- Call to stick to sustainable seafood over Easter
With a potential shortage of fresh seafood stocks due to wild seas over the Easter period, the MSC is encouraging Aussie consumers to commit to choosing sustainably sourced seafood.
- What eggs can teach us about traceability
In summer 2017, 15 EU states, Switzerland and Hong Kong were affected by the Fipronil contamination scandal. The scandal originated in the Netherlands but had global effects. Around ten million tainted eggs were imported into Germany, with not only eggs themselves being contaminated, but also egg products such as sandwich fillers. Here, Shan Zhan, Global … Continue reading What eggs can teach us about traceability
- Global Easter egg launches up on last year
When it comes to chocolate eggs, bunnies and other treats, it seems there has never been so much choice for chocolate lovers around the world.
- Big Australian presence at China’s largest wine fair
The China Food and Drinks Fair was marked by an amplified Australian presence with 60 wine brands and 20 wine regions exhibiting under the Wine Australia banner.
- Key Technology introduces sorter for potato strips
Key Technology, a member of the Duravant family of operating companies, has introduced Veryx digital sorters equipped with their patented sort-to-grade software for both wet and frozen potato strips.
- NHP to acquire Rockwell Automation related business assets
NHP Electrical Engineering Products has announced the acquisition of the Rockwell Automation related business assets from Rexel Industrial Automation, a business of Rexel Australia.
- Craft brewer Brewpack rebrands, plans $35m facility
Brewpack and Stockade Brew are restructuring under the newly formed Tribe Breweries umbrella and will expand into a new facility in Goulburn.
- Fundamentals of Packaging Technology
The 2018 AIP National Conference will offer a unique opportunity to undertake three of the most popular modules of the on-line Fundamentals of Packaging Technology (FBT) course as residential training.
- Byron Bay Cookie launches new Art Series
The Byron Bay Cookie Company is launching a new Art Series range to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Byron Bay Cookies being served on board QANTAS. Qantas domestic passengers have been raving about the new Sour Cherry Cheesecake Cookie which combines juicy cherries and velvety cream cheese, whilst Qantas international passengers will soon get to … Continue reading Byron Bay Cookie launches new Art Series
- Future Food programs to accelerate Brisbane businesses
Brisbane is getting behind its food and beverage innovators with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk inviting businesses to participate in new accelerator programs to help them grow and reach global markets.
- Most farmers recognise need to upskill
Farmers’ business management and leadership skills will increasingly become the key determinant in running successful agricultural operations in Australia, Rabobank CEO Peter Knoblanche has cautioned the industry.
- Flow meters with CEMS & CERMS capabilities
FCI’s thermal mass MT100 Series air/gas Flow Meters are available with two to eight flow rate sensing points to overcome these issues.