- 2019 Food and Beverage Awards
- 2019 Food awards
- circular economy
- converyor systems
- DAF system
- Factories of the Future
- Food Allergies
- Food and Beverage Industry awards
- food awareds
- FoodTech 2019
- Food waste
- GS1 barcodes
- ice cream
- junk food
- Meat and Livestock Australia
- Mintel Purchase Intelligence
- packaging waste
- Poly Chain
- poly chain belts
- Sealed Air
- SEQ ice cream
- smart homes
- smart technologies
- Vitafoods 2019
- Creative Gourmet’s frozen mixed berries recalled
The maker of Creative Gourmet’s frozen mixed berries has recalled a batch of its 300g product, after the product was linked to three cases of hepatitis A.
- Asia’s growing appetite for kangaroo
JAPANESE diners are developing a taste for kangaroo, helping to drive demand for the Australian product across Asia. The world’s largest premium kangaroo meat distributor has seen a 400 per cent increase in sales to Japan in the past year and is now sending about 50 tonnes there every month. South Australian company Macro Meats is … Continue reading Asia’s growing appetite for kangaroo
- Dysphagia no longer a bitter pill to swallow with 3D printed food
From tiny bird houses to car parts and even miniature models of yourself – 3D printing is fast becoming more accessible and easier to use than ever before. But did you know that you can 3D print food? CSIRO’s meat research leader, Dr Aarti Tobin, is working on dysphagia that could one day be helped by 3D … Continue reading Dysphagia no longer a bitter pill to swallow with 3D printed food
- Food making salaries on the rise
Salaries for employees in the food manufacturing sector are rising and the demand for some specialised management staff is also up, according to new research.
- AIP to host the 2018 WorldStar Awards for packaging
The World Packaging Organisation (WPO) has announced that The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will host the 2018 WorldStar Awards.
- Australia and US to reap rewards from food safety agreement
Australian food manufacturers have been handed more freedom to export produce to the United States. Steven Impey considers the benefits this offers the sector.
- Security label to combat supermarket meat thefts
A security label which deters the theft of high-value meat cuts from supermarkets has begun to attract international attention after being rolled out in New Zealand.
- APPMA to host Australian Pavilion at Propak Asia
The Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) will host an Australian Pavilion at ProPak Asia 2017, which runs from the 14-17th June in Bangkok.
- Lupin added to mandatory allergen labelling list
Lupin has been added to the list of nine allergens that must be declared on food labels, following consideration by ministers responsible for food regulation.
- Solution to reduce coffee cups in landfill
Paper and board packaging manufacturer Detpak has partnered with Smart Planet Technologies to develop a cup lining that is easy to recycle through existing channels.
- New milk powder factory set to open in SA
The Union Dairy Company has confirmed it expects to begin production at its new South Australian milk powder plant in July.
- Monarto mushroom expansion to create 200 new jobs for SA
A $60 million expansion of a mushroom production facility is expected to create 200 new jobs in the Murray and Mallee region.
- Australians academics among winners of Asia Research Grant
Australian Dr. Manohar Garg from the University of Newcastle, will receive funding for two nutrition research pieces, as BASF announces the winners of its 2017 Newtrition Asia Research Grant. The announcement was made at the 13th China Nutrition Science Congress, an international nutrition conference, in Beijing. Now into its fifth run, the grant program is … Continue reading Australians academics among winners of Asia Research Grant
- SMC celebrates opening of new distribution centre
SMC in Victoria recently held an open day to mark the official launch of their South Australia Distribution Centre. The day was attended by about to 100 customers who came to view the upgraded facilities and attend theProduct and Industry Presentations. SMC Pneumatics established its first subsidiary outside of Japan in Australia more than 50 … Continue reading SMC celebrates opening of new distribution centre
- China gets on board the Australian wine roadshow express
More than 2000 of China’s wine buyers, trade and media attended the 2017 Wine Australia China Roadshow, which came to an end Friday a week ago. Exhibitors praised another successful roadshow event in Australia’s most valuable export market that saw guests demonstrate a growing understanding of Australian wine and curiosity to try new styles and … Continue reading China gets on board the Australian wine roadshow express
- Intermittent fasting leads to new flexi diet
CSIRO has launched a new diet that includes intermittent fasting three days a week.
- Women in Industry Finalists
Nominations for the Women in Industry are in, and there are some fantastic candidates that have been put forward. All nominees have been reviewed and our panel of judges has narrowed down finalists in all categories. Below is the list of those in contention. Congratulations to those who have made the final. We look forward … Continue reading Women in Industry Finalists
- Pinnacle wins big at international Shiraz/Syrah wine competition
Pinnacle Drinks, the brand supplier to the Endeavour Drinks Group of retail brands, has won four of Australia’s nine gold medals at Syrah du Monde, including a spot in the top ten.
- Low carb bread made from six Australian Seeds
The Protein Bread Company has launched an almost carb free multigrain bread made using over 95 per cent Australian ingredients.
- Top food brands increase Foodbank donations
Australia’s top food brands are supporting the Foodbank campaign, with consumers triggering a one-for-one donation each time they buy certain brands at Woolworths during July.