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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.
Dairy authority cautions consumers
Dairy Food Safety Victoria has issued advice that dairy products labelled and sold for “cosmetic” purposes should be used for these purposes only and that the consumption of these products may be unsafe.
Industry update: beer grows locally while wine goes abroad
What’s fuelling beer and wine growth? FOOD reveals all in this latest industry report.
NZ lifts lid on great pavlova debate
Who invented the pavlova, Australia or New Zealand?
Fonterra lead the pack
Fonterra Australia and New Zealand was ranked as the number one food processor by IBISWorld. Bruce Donnison of Fonterra explains what he thinks is behind Fonterra’s success and revenue.
Industry update: dairy exports set to soar
With milk and cheese processing and consumption remaining stable, growth in milk revenue is dependent on new product innovation, while the cheese industry thrives on growing export opportunities.
Industry update: energy and sports drinks in high demand
FOOD unveils the trends and developments within the soft drink, fruit juice and energy drink manufacturing industries.
NSW food under the world’s spotlight
Austrade, the Australian Government’s export development agency, has brought over 250 buyers from around the world to Fine Food Australia in Sydney, in an effort to boost export sales for over 300 Sydney and NSW businesses participating in the event.
Industry update: variety fuels ready meal growth
Factors including increasingly busy schedules and a rise in single-person households are driving the ready meal trend, amoung other things. Read on to discover more developments in this sector.
Industry update: future looks bright for bottled water
Discover why bottled water is one of the fastest growing sectors within Australia’s beverage industry.
Industry update: innovation and health drive snack sector
Factors including convenience, a focus on health, and product innovation and differentiation are driving the snack food sector forward. Read on to discover more industry trends.
Industry update: meating global needs
How are meat producers meeting demands? FOOD reveals all in this series of industry updates.
Industry update: sweets sector looks to export for growth
Discover what factors are driving growth in the confectionery market.
Industry update: growth predicted for bread and biscuits
FOOD reveals the latest trends and developments within the bread and biscuit manufacturing industries, including export opportunities, and innovations in ingredients and processing
Zipper sealed pouches
Zip-Pak has launched a range of innovative press-to-close zippers for commercial shredded cheese packs, allowing the packaging to be reused multiple times.
Tailor-made fortified ingredients
SternVitamin, a designer of vitamin and mineral premixes, develops tailor-made ingredients for its customers that are ideal for fortified drinks, pasta, cereals, bakery products, dairy products and baby food.
Australian wine sells for more than $2000
A bottle of first vintage 1973 Moss Wood cabernet sauvignon achieved a record price of $2301 at the recent Langton’s on-line auction in Melbourne.