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Chiko Roll helps keep 123 jobs in Bathurst
Simplot, the maker of the iconic Chiko Roll, has saved 75 jobs and created 48 more roles at its Bathurst manufacturing plant.
Flow and pressure valve reduces air consumption
Customers can now enjoy a cut in internal air consumption by up to 25 per cent when using SMC’s AS-R pressure valve and an AS-Q flow valve on their cylinders.
12 tips for accessing government grants to transform your business
Now more than ever, manufacturing and industrial operators could be taking advantage of underutilised government grants.
Top five reasons for F&B to embrace biometrics
As such a dynamic industry, which involves everything from food production to retail and service, adopting biometrics is not only smart but is becoming a necessary progression.
Safety switches for harsh environments
Treotham introduces a new range of robust safety switches from Euchner for use in packaging and food industries that are often exposed to harsh conditions.
FTA Portal expanded to boost Australian services exports
Australia’s services sector can better access the full potential of our Free Trade Agreements, with a recent upgrade to the award-winning (FTA) Portal.
Traditional grocers must act like consumer brands to retain market share
Traditional Australian grocers must respond to customers’ demands or risk losing market share to value-retailers and online grocers, warns BCG)
Winemaker announces Graduate Program Intake
Pernod Ricard Winemakers has announced its 2018 Graduate Program Intake, a program intended to open up a world of wine to the next generation.
NSW to host inaugural food expo in India
A NSW Food Expo will be held annually in India to showcase NSW food and beverage exporters to one of the world’s fastest growing markets.
Review of sheep exports to Middle East during northern summer
Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud has announced the terms of reference for the short, sharp review into sheep exports to the Middle East during the northern summer. Minister Littleproud said the review will consider information including scientific literature, outcomes of recent voyages and reports from observers. “The footage I saw recently from voyages in 2017 … Continue reading Review of sheep exports to Middle East during northern summer
New partnership to develop treatment for peanut allergies
Approximately 220-250 million people globally suffer from food allergies, an increase of 350 per cent over the past 20 years.
AMHA adopts guidelines to endorse a mark of authenticity for Australian Manuka Honey
The AMHA has formulated a robust, scientifically based international set of guidelines that benchmark authentic Australian Manuka honey.
Majority of fresh meat now bought at Coles & Woolworths
Analysis of long-term market trends shows that for the first time in 2017 Australia’s two largest supermarkets captured more than half of Australia’s fresh meat market between them.
AFGC calls for energy policy action
According to the AFGC, the NEG could potentially help provide confidence to the food and grocery manufacturing sector which is seeing a doubling and tripling of energy bills.
Adelaide Hills wineries head to Surry Hills
More than 25 Adelaide Hills wineries will visit Sydney’s Surry Hills on May 8 for three hours of tastings and masterclasses.
Creso to launch global beer and tonic products
CLV is developing a bespoke and unique range of beers and tonics at its newly-built facilities in Europe, with test brewing well advanced.
Australian beef – prices ‘off the boil’, but still set to ‘simmer nicely’
While domestic cattle prices have come “off the boil”, they are expected to still “simmer nicely” during 2018.
Top international visitors experience Australian wine regions
April is proving to be one of the busiest months ever for immersive wine tours due to additional funding through the Australian Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package, with Wine Australia hosting more than 30 international wine professionals this month. The groups of journalists, sommeliers, wine buyers and wine influencers from China … Continue reading Top international visitors experience Australian wine regions
Murray Goulburn takeover a chance for dairy reform
Saputo has a unique opportunity to play a pivotal role in reforming the Australian dairy industry following its pending takeover of Murray Goulburn, according to a key industry group.
The a2 Milk Company expands into South Korea
The a2 Milk Company has entered into an exclusive sales and distribution agreement with Yuhan Corporation to promote and distribute a2MC’s branded products in South Korea.