The 2019 Australian Craft Beer Survey results backed up what a lot of anecdotal evidence has shown over the past five years – Australian consumers like their craft beer. The survey showed that the attitude of 68 per cent of those surveyed towards the regular release of new/limited beers was ‘exciting and shows the creativity … Continue reading Keeping spirits high: brewing in a niche market
The art of brewing a fine beer demands time and patience. Equally important, selecting the right processing equipment will ensure that the taste is always as expected. Although the craft beer market in Australia is still new, the beer brewing industry is expanding rapidly across the country. As reported by The Independent Brewers Association, local … Continue reading Why batching is crucial when it comes to brewing
In an Australian first, communities throughout NSW, including Sydney, the Central Coast, Mid-North Coast and North Coast, will take part in a program to reduce food waste in homes and businesses. As part of Love Food Hate Waste NSW’s Love Food Communities grants, City of Sydney, Central Coast Council, Midwaste group and North East Waste … Continue reading State government gives $1 Million to Love Food, Hate Waste
The craft beer and distillery market in Australia is worth in excess of $4 billion and growing. Although currently dominated by North American brands, more exciting new craft brewers and distilleries are setting up rapidly throughout the country, with up to 600 brands now being available. The Independent Brewers Association (IBA) estimates that there will … Continue reading The right brew for beverage and distillery flooring
Food & Beverage Industry News is very excited to announce from August this year, the industry’s premier magazine will move to from a bi-monthly to a monthly model. What that means for our readers is more content, more insights and more of the latest up-to-date developments both locally and overseas. For our commercial partners, it means … Continue reading Food & Beverage Industry News goes monthly
Coopers Brewery chalked up its 24th consecutive year of growth in beer volumes in 2016-17, with sales rising 2.9 per cent to a record 83.8 million litres.
A new combination and hops and enriched malt flavours are the key characteristics of 2017 Coopers Extra Strong Vintage Ale.
In mainstream grocery, strong sales performance is critical to hit hurdle rates and avoid deletion. In less than one year since launching in Woolworths, Mojo Crafted kombucha has achieved this, according to the company. Woolworths has also doubled the product range with new flavours Passionfruit and Turmeric. Mainstream grocery is not the only retailer expanding … Continue reading New niche beverage category expands quickly
Coca-Cola has released details of its $1.7 million funding on health research in Australia and all the groups it has supported over the past five years.
Coca-Cola Amatil has said it would prefer to see more Australians drinking less of its products instead of a few people drinking a lot amidst a renewed push against the soft drink industry to tackle obesity.
Mondelēz International has published the first progress report on its Cocoa Life sustainability program, which highlights the wide-ranging impact and efforts to date across its six cocoa-growing origins.
Increased efficiency, improved execution and a diversified product base: that was the message Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) pushed for its investors and consumers at its full year result briefing.
The shedding of 39 jobs at Launceston’s Boag’s Brewery has come as a shock, the United Voice union says.
The latest New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NZME) survey of business conditions in December showed a 9.02 per cent increase in domestic sales almost made up for a 10.76 per cent drop in export sales.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has today announced the launch of ice tea brand FUZE TEA in Australia, supported by a multi-million dollar marketing push.
Prolactal inspires innovation with organic dairy foods.
19 dairy delicacies from around Australia have been crowned awards at the 2016 Australian Grand Dairy Awards.
Texas-based Gas Innovations has unveiled eCOs, a new fuel cell technology that will allow the safe and efficient production of carbon monoxide directly at the site of facilities where the gas is needed.
Fonterra has remained to be on the top of the IBIS list of food and beverage companies by revenue generated.
After celebrating the 20th anniversary of its partnership with the Australian Open, Heineken is set to further establish itself as a premium sporting-beer with access to some of the greatest global and local partnerships.