- 2019 Food and Beverage Awards
- Australian Meat Industry Council
- beverage of the year
- Cyber security
- Energy Drinks
- FCI MT100
- Food safety
- Food waste
- future food
- health and wellness
- Industry 4.0
- kaiju brewery
- organic farming'
- Queensland food
- Red Meat
- SAI Global
- Siemens Digitalize 2019
- SMC Pneumatics
- Leak detection for food packaging
John Morris Scientific has released Adixen Sensistor’s Hydrogen Leak Detector H2000.
- Water goes pink for charity
Check out Mount Franklin’s new look
- Workshop: packaging & shelf life
A workshop on polymer packaging and shelf life in Melbourne on November 14th-15th 2007 will be lead by Dr Gordon Robertson, FAIP, in association with the Australian Institute of Packaging.
- Stress-busting wild green oat extract
Frutarom’s Neuravena improves stress coping abilities and cognitive function/activity has been proved in in vivo studies.
- Great Australian Red award announced
Wolf Blass Black Label 2004 has been awarded the 2007 Great Australian Red award, an annual wine competition that celebrates blends that define Australia, namely Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.
- Protecting food innovation
In a competitive market, it is important that brands are able to protect intellectual assets and commercial advantage.
- Changes to food code
Food Standards Australia New Zealand welcomes public comment on proposed changes to the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
- Food safety seminar
Members of the food industry are encouraged to attend a seminar on October 15th in New Zealand which will focus on fulfilling Food Control Plan requirements and expanding knowledge of food safety practices.
- Filtration solution
Donaldson has produced a filtration solution that uses Ultra-Web technology to capture submicron particles for a variety of industries, including food processing and warehousing.
- Advances in refrigeration technology
In the liquid food industry the demand for better quality at an acceptable cost is forcing the processing industry towards new innovations.
Low temperature processing is one such innovative process.
Refrigeration technology has opened the gate for developing freeze concentration (FC) technology.
- Food labelling: breaching the Food Act
A Scottish whisky wholesaler in breach of the NSW Food Act has been heavily fined. Clayton Utz law firm partners Jocelyn Kellam and Andrew Morrison write.
- AIP focusses on MAP
The Australian Institute of Packaging’s September meeting, held recently in Melbourne, focussed on Modified Atmosphere Packaging.
- Australian food tempts American palates
Australian restaurateur Luke Mangan opened his first US restaurant, South Food and Wine Bar, on October 1, showcasing Australian cuisine and wine to an international market.
- Whizard meat trimmer
Food Processing Equipment offers the Bettcher Industries Whizard Series II Trimmers that are particularly suited to beef trimming operations and the meat processing industry in general.
- Tasmanian lamb on world stage
Aurora lamb, the new 60 day grain-fed lamb produced in Tasmania by Aurora Gourmet Produce using strict stress management techniques, is experiencing strong export growth in Asia and Russia, with growing demand to feature it on menus in leading restaurants in China and Singapore.
- Ensuring cold chain safety and efficiency
A major development in Australia’s cold chain within the last five years has been the ability to remotely monitor the temperature of storage facilities and vehicles while in motion, ensuring food items are transported and stored correctly at all times.
- Celebrating healthy heart baking solutions
The US United Soybean Board is hosting a benefit dinner, in line with IBIE, to fund continued research and educational efforts around the use of heart healthy ingredients within the baking industry.
- Make the National Packaging Covenant work for you
Greenstreets Environmental Resources specialises in assisting companies compile statistics and prepare detailed Action Plans and annual reports in relation to their obligations under the National Packaging Covenant (NPC).
- Quick serve restaurants: reducing fat
A roundtable of Australian Quick Serve Restaurant Industry representatives met on September 26th in Sydney to report on their progress in removing artificial trans fatty acids from their products.
- Quality time for Australian barley
Improving the quality reputation of Australian barley and malt is increasingly important in the competitive global grain marketing environment.