- 2019 Food and Beverage Awards
- Australian Meat Industry Council
- beverage of the year
- Cyber security
- Dynamic 365
- East 9th Brewing
- Energy Drinks
- Food safety
- Food waste
- future food
- health and wellness
- Industry 4.0
- kaiju brewery
- microsoft dynamic 365
- Queensland food
- Red Meat
- SAI Global
- Siemens Digitalize 2019
- SMC Pneumatics
- Aussie foods do well in US
The 33rd Winter Fancy Food Show 2008 is currently being held in San Diego, US, and Australian speciality food and beverages are again in the US spotlight with more than 100 products from over 45 businesses across Australia showcasing their products in the Austrade pavilion.
- Ingredients co. extends its reach
Bronson and Jacobs launched a new branch in Santiago, Chile, at the end of 2007.
- Zebra series thermal label printers
Peacock Bros offers supplies Zebra Technologies’ new ZM series range of thermal barcode label printers.
- Register and win gift cards
REED Business information will soon launch five new weekly manufacturing e-newsletters.
- Enzyme aids product formation and shelf life
The meat-binding system from the MeatZym series is a new development in the field of Stabilising Systems.
- Top 10 worldwide innovations
Datamonitor’s Productscan Online announces the top ten worldwide innovations of 2007.
- Ice-cream factory goes green
Serendipity Ice Cream has changed to carbon-neutral energy, to their advantage.
- Egyptian snack co. buys Aussie equipment
Installation of tna’s snack foods processing and packaging equipment has begun at an Egyptian facility.
- Process control: integration, safety and traceability
Discover the benefits of controlling all aspects of their plants with a single system and software platform.
- Yoplait joins kids health initiative
Yoplait and Sesame Workshop join forces to educate kids about healthy eating and encourage them to snack on wholesome foods.
- Sweeteners & sugar: health drives demand
Sugar replacers are not posing a threat to sugar producers, suppliers and food manufacturers developing indulgent products, despite a move towards healthier and functional foods. Celia Johnson writes.
- Get water-wise to beat rising costs
Food manufacturing plants use a greater volume of water than any other manufacturing industry. Find out what can be done to minimise water waste in this parched country.
- Dried cranberry plant scales up
Global demand for dried cranberries and products containing them has led Ocean Spray ITG to increase its production capacity dramatically.
- Dates for your diary
Find out which educational events and conferences you should be at, and all the details for your diary.
- Testing cooking oil freshness
The freshness of oil is all-important to food’s taste and safety, making it essential for manufacturers to monitor its freshness.
- Princely spirit targets Aussie blokes
Drambuie hopes its new marketing campaign will recommend the drink of princes to the average Aussie male.
- Women step up
The Women in Manufacturing Stepping Up Program will be offered again during 2008, following the success of the pilot program during 2007.
- Pneumatic conveyor fills packing machines
Fresco Systems has added the V-Tec hopper loader to its range.
- New non-drip honey
Adelaide’s Spring Gully Foods, the owner of the Leabrook Farms honey brand, has developed a new non-drip honey that won’t seep through the bottom of crumpets, bread or toast.
- First Australian chocolate on horizon
The first Australian cocoa crop will be harvested for commercial use early next year, enabling food manufacturers to produce fair-dinkum Australian made chocolate.