- Amore cheese
- Australian farming
- beyond beef
- Food and Beverage Awards
- food and beverage industry
- Food Business
- Food waste
- Independent Brewers
- Indie Beer Day
- Karen Andrews
- lemon myrtle
- myrtel tea
- Packaging awards
- plant based protein
- Plant Protein
- The Yield
- New is the theme at The Safety Show
NSW’s largest workplace safety event, The Safety Show Sydney, will throw the spotlight on the latest safety technologies when it runs from 28 to 30 October this year.
- Egg industry outrage
Australian egg farmers have lashed out against British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s television show, Fowl Dinners.
- GM bananas to be grown in QLD
Approval has been granted for Australia’s first trial of genetically-modified bananas to go ahead at Innisfail, in Far North Queensland.
- Warrnambool Cheese and Butter to take over the Dairy
Warrnambool Cheese and Butter has been given approval to jointly take over Dairy Farmers.
- Sensitive food products discussed by WTO
The treatment of politically sensitive food products is one of the trickiest issues in the agriculture talks in the World Trade Organization’s Doha round to open up world trade.
- Councils bans battery eggs
The Launceston City Council has become the third in Tasmania to ban the use of battery eggs in its catering.
- Food processing technology companies merge
Cedar Creek and Sastek will merge in the hope of growing their local and overseas software and hardware business.
- Red Bull to take over sales & distribution
Following five years in partnership with Cadbury Schweppes, Red Bull Australia has announced that it will take over sales and distribution for Red Bull Energy Drink from 1 January, 2009.
- Foster’s switches CEO
The CEO of Foster’s Group, Trevor O’Hov, has left the company, having tendered his resignation last month.
- Organic farm sales grow despite drought
The first official Australian organic data in four years has been launched by Biological Farmers of Australia revealing that the organic industry is potentially as resilient in drought as its products claim to be healthy for consumers.
- Inspection equipment for quality herbs
Accuweigh has supplied multiple checkweighers for complementing the x-ray food inspection equipment at Gourmet Garden’s Palmwoods plant.
- Consumers eat up new food labelling
Research released today by the Australian Food and Grocery Council has revealed that the number of Australian consumers that are using the new Daily Intake Guide to decide whether or not to purchase a food or beverage product has increased significantly.
- Truckies’ strike to stop food supplies
Truck drivers are planning a nationwide two-week strike that could limit the supply of food and fuel.
- Potential of Australian rice
Researchers at the Southern Cross University believe the genetic information found in Australian native rice varieties could lead to sweeping changes in the domestic industry.
- Dairy Farmers faces cheese labelling lawsuit
Dairy Farmers is facing legal action after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission took the company to court for alleged misleading advertising.
- Draft of organic standard out for public comment
Consumers and manufacturers alike can soon be confident that organic products are truly what they seem as the development of an Australian Standard for the organic and biodynamic industry nears completion.
- Striking gold in China
Victorian winery Terra Felix is striking out in a new direction following its success in the domestic market.
- Peacock Bros recognised in Industrial Product Award
Peacock Bros was awarded the Highly Commended Award for Australian Industrial Product of the Year at the Endeavour Awards for its innovative Indoor Vehicle and RFID Product Tracking solution.
- Australia’s first no oxygen mill
Organic industry stakeholders are proving they can think ahead when it comes to incorporating cutting-edge food technology innovations into their systems.
- The future of food with Culinology
Rapidly changing technology and the demand for tastier, more nutritious and safer food is driving a new educational trend that many in the food industry predict will result in new flavours and more economical food products that reach consumers faster – Culinology.