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Women in Industry is back for 2018!
This is your opportunity to celebrate the women who are driving change in your industry and in doing so, breaking down barriers and creating new possibilities for the next generation. The Women in Industry Conference and Awards are returning from a successful 2017 edition. Join us on Thursday 14 June 2018 in Sydney, for this … Continue reading Women in Industry is back for 2018!
Australian milk featured at Alibaba’s Smart Milk Station in China
In line with Chinese internet giant Alibaba’s ongoing efforts at innovation in new retail technologies, college students enjoyed an unprecedented and new experience in how to add Australian-imported milk to one’s diet at a university in Hangzhou earlier this month. Alibaba has not only been instrumental in creating Hangzhou’s now highly developed internet economy, but has … Continue reading Australian milk featured at Alibaba’s Smart Milk Station in China
Philter snags two awards at the AIBAs
Sydney craft beer makers Philter Brewing entered the Australian International Beer Awards (AIBAs) for the first time this year and won two awards in Melbourne, last week. The night started with a bang for the young team when Philter XPA, the brand’s crowd-pleasing first release to market, won Best Australian Pale Ale. Head Brewer Samara … Continue reading Philter snags two awards at the AIBAs
More protein doesn’t mean healthier diet: CSIRO survey
Our favourite burger, pizza and meat pie may need a re-think after new research by CSIRO shows Australians are not eating the right types, or the right quantity of protein for healthy weight loss. The analysis from the CSIRO Healthy Diet Score survey, Australia’s largest nutrition study of almost 200,000 adults, showed people with low-quality … Continue reading More protein doesn’t mean healthier diet: CSIRO survey
Minister moves on live sheep exports
David Littleproud plans to introduce a Bill increasing penalties and creating a new offence of profiting from poor animal welfare outcomes.
Dry weather ahead cries out for ‘aggressive’ NSW dairy management
In the face of climate change and dry weather ahead, the NSW Government needs to strengthen its resolve to deliver dairy farmers an aggressive long-term strategy to underpin the sustainability of the industry and farm businesses. We need to urgently build climate resilience amongst the farming sector. This was the view today of Dairy Connect … Continue reading Dry weather ahead cries out for ‘aggressive’ NSW dairy management
Rabobank appoints new horticulture and wine analyst
Agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank has announced the appointment of Hayden Higgins to head up its horticulture and wine sector research. Higgins joins the bank’s food and agribusiness research team from his role as major agribusiness manager with Rabobank New Zealand. General manager of RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness Tim Hunt said the new appointment was an … Continue reading Rabobank appoints new horticulture and wine analyst
New wine platform aims to forge bonds between consumers and winemakers
Twenty Five Doors is a technology solution empowering wineries to easily create, market and deliver accessible and unique wine experiences at their cellar door.
Australian food makers heading to Foodservice Australia 2018
Haines Consulting Group and Rocket Seeder have partnered to bring together five Australian food companies to the Foodservice Australia 2018 event. With Australia leading the way in food trends, this is the fastest growing food trade show in the nation. They’ll be showcasing some delectable tasters of new products launching soon. The local brands offering … Continue reading Australian food makers heading to Foodservice Australia 2018
International focus for Australian cider
A $500,000 plan to market Australian craft cider overseas will be the hot topic of conversation at today’s Cider Australia AGM.
Drives for pallet conveyor technology
NORD Drivesystems has pushed the boundaries to deliver optimally matched, individually configurable and flexible drive technology.
WHO plan to eliminate industrially-produced trans-fatty acids worldwide
The World Health Organisation has released ‘Replace’, a step-by-step guide for the elimination of industrially-produced trans-fatty acids from the global food supply.
AIP to discuss consumer & environmental trends in plastics
The AIP New South Wales Division will hold a technical seminar entitled “Consumer & Environmental Trends in Plastics: Reuse. Recycle” on 4 July in Parramatta.
Ishida and Heat and Control announce enhanced co-operation
Ishida and Heat and Control are establishing a stronger collaborative alliance to provide food industry customers with full “end to end” processing and packaging solutions.
Growing trade and investment at Beef Australia 2018
An international delegation is exploring trade and investment opportunities at Beef Australia 2018.
Mandatory labelling for lupin starts soon
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is reminding food businesses that mandatory allergen labelling requirements for lupin begin on 26 May 2018.
Keytone Dairy launches Prospectus to raise $15m & list on ASX
Keytone Dairy is a New Zealand-based manufacturer, packer and exporter of dairy and nutrition blended products, with a current focus on powdered dairy products.
SMC merges its digital pressure switch range under the same design
SMC is building on the success of its ZSE20(F)/ISE20 pressure switch range which features 3-screen display, 3-step setting mode and a selectable delay time function.
ARBS 2018 Industry Awards – winners announced
ARBS 2018, Australia’s only international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition, last night announced the ARBS Industry Awards winners for 2018.
SunPork Group future-proof Swickers Kingaroy bacon factory
The SunPork Group is partnering with Wiley to upgrade and expand their processing capacity at the factory by early 2019.