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Water disinfection technology and the food and beverage industry
The latest technological innovations supporting water disinfection in the food and beverage industry will be the focus of the Water Academy seminar in Bangkok.
Beerenberg range of six Slow Cooker sauces heading to USA
The Beerenberg range of six Slow Cooker sauces is about to make an entrance into the lucrative US market with the products soon to adorn the shelves of major retailers across that country.
Coopers releases 2017 Vintage Ale
A new combination and hops and enriched malt flavours are the key characteristics of 2017 Coopers Extra Strong Vintage Ale.
Long-time Mondelēz International CEO retires
Irene Rosenfeld will retire from her role as CEO of Mondelēz International after 11 years in charge of the multinational food and beverage giant.
Record demand for wine and spirit education in Australia
New figures from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust reveal that demand for wine and spirits education is higher than ever both in Australia and globally.
WA Crop Research Hub to receive $3m to boost grains industry
The new Crop Research Hub in Western Australia will be charged with improving grain crop productivity and disease resistance Australia wide.
Wattleseed latte – a bush tucker alternative to coffee
Kakadu Plum Co has announced its new Wattleseed latte as an alternative to the morning coffee routine.
Emerson Connect Tour – Reliability & Operational Certainty
Emerson Automation Solutions is embarking on a series of events across Australia focusing on operational excellence.
Children not eating enough vegetables – report
Children are not eating anywhere near enough vegetables and are relying too much on unhealthy snack foods for energy, the latest Chief Health Officer’s Report shows. Health Minister Brad Hazzard and NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant today launched the report, What NSW children eat and drink, which shows that only one in 20 … Continue reading Children not eating enough vegetables – report
Paul Hotker named Winemaker of the Year
Wine critic James Halliday has bestowed one of his highest accolades on the South Australian wine region of Langhorne Creek, naming Paul Hotker of the historic Bleasdale Vineyards as Winemaker of the Year for 2018. Hotker was among the best and brightest Australian winemakers to be honoured at the fifth annual Qantas epiQure Halliday Wine … Continue reading Paul Hotker named Winemaker of the Year
Funding boost for Grains Centre of Excellence
The Victorian Government is strengthening Wimmera Southern Mallee’s leadership in grains innovation with new funding to advance the region’s competitive advantage in agri-science.
Wine industry sees upward trend in crush and prices
The Australian wine sector recorded its third consecutive increase in crush and the average purchase price of wine grapes this year.
Vegemite may reduce anxiety, stress – research
People who eat vegemite and other yeast-based spreads report they are less anxious and stressed than people who don’t eat them, according to new research from VU’s College of Health and Biomedicine.
Food sector keeps growing as PMI rises again
Australia’s manufacturing sector experienced a tenth consecutive month of expansion in July and our food sector also continued its upward trajectory.
Australian horticulture set for biggest ever export push
Hort Innovation has launched the biggest ever trade push in Australian horticulture’s history with an ambitious plan to significantly grow exports by 2025.
Western Australian grain growers break into Asian beer market
The opening of the US$70 million Intermalt facility in Vietnam providing Western Australian grain growers with direct access to the Asian beer market.
Newcomer surprises at the CBIA Craft Beer Awards 2017
After only four months on the market Philter XPA Draught has taken out Best Pale Ale at the 2017 CBIA Craft Beer Awards in Adelaide. Hitting locals in March this year, the XPA was the first release for the young Sydney brewing company that sets itself apart with its late 1980’s Australiana aesthetic and distinctive … Continue reading Newcomer surprises at the CBIA Craft Beer Awards 2017
Detmold acquires Heshan Innopak business in China
Australian owned packaging company, Detmold Group has reached agreement with United States based Novolex to purchase the Heshan Innopak assets and business.
Drone and sensor technology coming to Australian farming
Australia’s agriculture sector will benefit from the use of the latest digital technology including drones and long-range sensors as part of a new industry partnership. Agribusiness, Ruralco, has linked up with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to develop data-driven solutions for more efficient and sustainable farming. Around $1.5 billion is invested each … Continue reading Drone and sensor technology coming to Australian farming
Companies granted Bulk Wheat Port Code exemptions
Final determinations that exempt Riordan Grain Services and Semaphore Container Services from having to comply with certain parts of the mandatory Bulk Wheat Code have been issued. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has decided that the code would present both companies with “significant competitive constraint” at their respective Port of Geelong and Port … Continue reading Companies granted Bulk Wheat Port Code exemptions