Sara Lee has teamed up with branding agency, and long-term partner, BrandOpus, to reveal a new brand strategy and packaging design for their core and better-for-you ranges of frozen desserts.
A breakthrough in milk price transparency and buyer competition was made this month, according to Australian Dairy Farmers (ADF), when the Australian Milk Price Initiative (AMPI) ran its first regional milk spot markets.
Beverage company Lion has been named an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) for the fourth consecutive time by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA).
Ingham’s has committed to the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) to manage its environmental practices and help protect the planet against climate change.
California-based brand Impossible Foods launched its flagship product Impossible Beef Made From Plants in Woolworths stores across Australia and Countdown stores in New Zealand. This is the first time Impossible Beef can be purchased in supermarkets in both regions, following four months after the company landed in over 150 restaurants in Australia – including Grill’d and Butter.
The largest PET recycling plant in the country is now up and running and will substantially reduce Australia’s plastic waste by recycling the equivalent of around 1 billion PET beverage bottles each year.
Identifying trends and developing solutions for them well before the market is actually demanding them strikingly evidences a company’s innovative capabilities.
The ready-to-eat meals market has experienced rapid growth in the last two years and Total Construction continued to be well poised to help companies expand operations.
New research from Nestlé has revealed that despite 90 per cent of Australians noticing the amount of food packaging and 54 per cent looking for less packaging this Easter, only 5 per cent consider the amount of packaging waste as an important factor when purchasing Easter eggs. Read more
A new drought resilience shopfront in Roma will support farmers and communities in southern Queensland to prepare for and respond to drought. Read more
The Tasmanian government is investing almost $50 million to accelerate the state’s agriculture sector, including supporting strategic partnerships with key industry associations. Read more
The Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology (AIFST) will virtually present the 2022 Food Microbiology Conference on Tuesday 5 April. Read more
Rabobank has reported that farmgate milk prices have increased significantly across the globe’s major dairy export regions and a further “upside” in milk prices remains. Read more
The 2022 Meat Standards Australia (MSA) Excellence in Eating Quality Awards recognised Victorian beef producers who consistently delivered superior-quality beef. Read more
SMC Corporation ANZ will exhibit at the AUSPACK 2022 event in May, focusing on “Smart Steps to Flexible Manufacturing with NextGen Automation.” Read more
Danone has become the largest B Corporation (B Corp) certified food and drink company in Australia and New Zealand, joining a growing list of over 400 businesses to achieve the certification in the region and over 4,700 globally. Read more
This week is Food Waste Action Week, and three University of Adelaide undergraduate students are helping the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre in a major research project. Read more
Turbine has appointed experienced project director, Frances Cayley, to lead the multi-million dollar food and beverage manufacturing precinct at Sunshine Coast Airport, following Turbine’s recent success in securing $8.78 million in federal government funding. Read more