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Committed to sustainability
Food prices, including dairy, are on the rise partly driven by demand for biofuels.
Australian made, Australian grown
Champion Compressors has recently been made an official member of the ‘Australian Made, Australian Grown Campaign’.
Put a little zip into packaging
Get the edge on convenience, freshness and branding with resealable packaging innovations.
67,500 m2 of space booked at drinktec 2009
A good year and a half before drinktec 2009, the World Fair for Beverage and Liquid Food Technology, gets under way, the halls are filling up.
NTP & Jungheinrich join forces
Leading materials handling company, NTP Forklifts Australia, has been appointed the Jungheinrich importer/distributor for Australia.
An hour of food for thought
Almost two-thirds of Australians said they would feel more positive toward a company if it took part in Earth Hour, while just under half said a firm’s participation would make them more likely to use their products or services, according to research out this week.
A daily shot of potent antioxidants
With their unique nutritious properties, super fruits are becoming the fruit of the 21st Century.
Improved flameproof safety mixers
Mixquip Clamp-on agitators are now being fitted with improved safety and flameproof motors as part of their extensive range of mixing equipment.
Printers at FoodPro
With traceability a hot topic in the food industry, accurate date and batch number marking on food packaging is vital.
Mercure launches first ever specialist Queensland wine list
For the first time ever, a major hotel group is taking Queensland wines seriously, with the launch last week of the “Grands Vins Mercure” wine list, showcasing some of the State’s most attractive wines.
Pitango’s new fare – a breath of fresh air
New Zealand’s fresh organic food company Pitango has unveiled the world’s first carbon neutral meals in a move that’s sure to delight the tastebuds as much as satisfy the environmental conscience.
7.5 million Australians do it every day..
According to the results of a Newspoll survey* released today, 7.5 million Australians are drinking enough instant coffee each day to fill one and a half Olympic-sized swimming pools.
New range for light yoghurt lovers
Being health conscious no longer has to mean sacrificing all tasty food for bland, artificially flavoured, high-sugar alternatives.
Celebrating 40 years of forklift sales in Australia
Counter-balance forklift truck supplier, Toyota Material Handling, will this month celebrate its 40th anniversary of sales in Australia.
Feature on QLD industry
FOOD Magazine invites editorial contributions and story ideas for its QLD industry feature in the May 2008 issue.
Feature on Beverages
FOOD Magazine invites editorial contributions and story ideas for its Beverages feature in the May 2008 issue.
Efficient chilling system for food processors
Virtually every sector of the food processing industry requires a controlled rate of cooling at one time or another.
Eumundi Food Fest 2008
Foodies on the Sunshine Coast are advised to put Sunday 13 July in their dairy as the date for the 2008 Eumundi Food Fest.
Aussie company wins clean air contract for US brewery
Aeris Atlantic LLC (Aeris’ subsidiary on the east coast of USA) has won its first service contract in the brewing industry with The Boston Beer Company, Inc.
Australians positive about safety of food supply
Almost 65% of Australians feel that food safety was the same or had improved during the previous year, according to the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) Consumer Attitude Survey launched today.