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Innovative training program for food producers
An innovative training program designed to help small to medium food producers in South Australia to develop their businesses was launched this week.
Goodman Fielder buys Paradise Biscuits
Paradise Foods Industries has been bought by food manufacturing giant Goodman Fielder for about $80 million.
Efficient dock loading/unloading technology
In the drive to optimise docks to maximise output from all loading and unloading activities, many companies are analysing their existing setup and revealing that more streamlining is often required.
Improved low fat cheese
Chr. Hansen’s range of FLAVOR CONTROL™ cheese ripening cultures is expanded as the market request for low fat dairy products grows stronger.
Rewards of stainless steel plumbing
Stainless steel is increasingly the material of choice for food processors and manufacturers.
Meaty issues sliced and diced
Some of the world’s premier food processing machinery will be showcased at foodpro 2008 in July.
Leak detection system boosts quality control
A non-destructive leak detection system for rigid or flexible packaging is set to take quality control in manufacturing to a new level.
Guide to cost-cutting solutions
An online guide for food manufacturers in search of ingredients solutions to limit the impact of soaring raw material prices has been launched.
Meet standards and increase productivity
The introduction of new standards such as ISO 22000 require all food companies to make their manufacturing processes transparent and as safe as possible.
Putting real farmers into farmers’ markets
Consumer advocate CHOICE wants clearer national standards about just what constitutes an authentic farmers’ market.
Major sugar firm goes Fairtrade
The largest sugar cane refiner in Europe, UK’s Tate and Lyle, has announced that it is to switch to Fairtrade certified sugar supplies in Britain to benefit farmers in poor countries.
Convention on food future
‘Our Food Our Future’ is the theme for of a four day program at the 41st annual Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) Convention.
One of the first Australian-owned companies
This year Peacock Brothers celebrates its 120th year, making it one of the oldest Australian-owned companies.
Add a bit of bacon
Hormel’s premium crumbled bacon caters to the time poor consumer concerned with their diet.
Box compression tester
IDM instruments offers the box compression tester.
Water treatment technology for manufacturers
Eimco Water Technologies’ advanced hydro-optic disinfection (HOD) process is environmentally friendly and leaves no disinfection by-products, and will be introduced into Australia by a newly appointed sales manager.
Capilano Honey experience
Capilano Honey will discuss its approach to packaging at a dinner meeting in Queensland.
Fans help workers keep their heads
Heat stress in Australia is a significant problem that can have serious medical consequences and detrimental effects on productivity.
Praise for Australian dairy industry
A leading international dairy expert and judge at the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) Sydney Royal Show has praised Australian dairy.
HBM represents SIPA
HBM Plastics Technologies is now the sales and service partner in Australia and New Zealand for the range of PET bottle stretch blow moulding machines produced by SIPA of Veneto, Italy.