MICROSCOPIC particles that have always been considered a pollutant are being studied for a range of agricultural uses. South Australian researchers are working on a number of novel uses for engineered nanoparticles including efficient fertilisers, agricultural ‘amendments’ and a unique way to clean-up contaminated land. Engineered nanoparticles are currently used in a range of industrial … Continue reading Nanoparticles could be the future of agriculture
Made using 100 percent natural ingredients, the drink is vegan friendly and contains no artificial flavours or sweeteners, no preservatives or thickeners, concentrates or chemicals.
Nexba, an Australian beverage company dedicated to eradicating sugar from soft drinks, has been voted Product of the Year (Beverage Category) by thousands of Australian consumers. Global research company Nielsen surveyed 14,205 of Australian shoppers to determine the winners across a range of category sectors. The survey asked household shoppers to choose their favourite products … Continue reading Nexba voted best beverage
The two new coffees, Espresso Caramel and Espresso Vanilla, will form part of a permanent line of flavoured coffee, extending the Professional range to a total of 13 varieties.
AUSTRALIA’S first lentil beer has been released by a craft brewery in the Adelaide Hills. Lobethal Bierhaus’ Lentil Pale Ale was launched this week following an approach by pulse processor AGT Foods. Only about 3500 bottles and two kegs are part of the first run but the brewery sees it as a first step towards … Continue reading Australia’s first lentil beer sure to have pulses racing
Rocks Brewing has released a new beer, namely the Conviction Series Seasonal Nectarine Wit Bier. Originally made in Belgium’s regional areas, Witbier is believed to date back to the 1400s. The soil in these areas was rich and agrarianism was strong with farmers growing crops of barley, wheat and oats, all of which were used … Continue reading Rocks Brewing releases Nectarine Wit Bier
Ironbark Distillery’s 313 Dry Gin was awarded the title of Australia’s best traditional gin as part of the World Drink Awards.
The RACP is calling for an end to alcohol sponsorships in cricket, with currently more than 20 alcohol-related sponsorships in cricket across Australia.
The top four finalists of the Twinings Design Challenge are Carrie Bickmore, Emma Freedman, Samantha Harris and Nicole Kidman.
In an attempt to contrast the much-loved New Zealand varietal, Burch Family Wines have carefully applied innovative techniques to their winemaking process.
Cellar door and mail order sales are driving strong growth for small wineries, the latest survey results published by Wine Australia has found.
A revitalized Rivafest will be held on the banks of the Murray River in Renmark this Saturday 14th January.
Adelaide-based refrigeration firm Cold Logic has won a $3.5 million contract to supply and install a new refrigeration plant at Coopers Brewery’s new Regency Park malting plant.
Love Beets’ Beet Juice is a new range of drinks available in two flavours – Natural Beet and Cherry Berry Beet. Both can be used as a base in smoothies, dressings, summer drinks or straight from the bottle for the ultimate veggie hit! A fresh and convenient addition to local green grocers and markets, Love Beets … Continue reading Love Beets juice comes in two flavours
Omron electronics has released its entry level controller, NX1P, designed for small to midsize production machines. Based on the Sysmas (System for Machine Automation Control) platform, the controller features advanced motion control and networking for onsite IoT. It is battery free and reduces machine maintenance, featuring an SD memory card slot to restore, back-up and … Continue reading Small-to-medium machine automation controller
Tennants ec-H2O technology electrically converts water into an innovative cleaning solution that cleans effectively, saves money, improves safety, and reduces environmental impact compared to daily cleaning floor chemicals and methods. Real-world testing by customers and a third party has shown that scrubbing with ec-H2O technology effectively removes soil. And ec-H2O leaves no chemical residue so … Continue reading Chemical-free food factory cleaning system
Mencom’s T-Type Hygienic rectangular connectors are designed for installation on food industry machines and systems. The food safe and self-extinguishing thermoplastic material is easily cleanable and resistant to the cleaning and sanitising agents commonly used in food processing factories. There are two series available in the Hygienic enclosures, T-Type/H and T-Type/C. T-Type/H is designed for … Continue reading Food safe rectantgular connectors
Chemicals manufactured or imported before January 1 2017 will be allowed to be supplied without having to meet Work Health and Safety Regulations’ labelling requirements, according to Safe Work Australia. Safe Work Australia CEO Michelle Baxter said this was decided in response to concerns raised by chemical suppliers in the lead up to Australia developing … Continue reading Safe Work releases new hazardous labelling regulations
According to the ABC, In what has been described as a landmark reform, New South Wales dairy cooperative Norco has introduced paid domestic violence (DV) leave for its employees. Norco chief executive Brett Kelly said it sends the right message on an important social issue. “You need to look after your employees and it is really … Continue reading Norco leads with domestic violence leave
Bounce has announced their latest addition to the Bounce Bites range – introducing Cacao Peanut Crunch. Made from 100% nut butter combined with crunchy peanuts, sweet dates and rich cacao, this delicious creation is naturally preserved with coconut oil and rosemary extract. The little nuggets of goodness are gluten free, GMO free, vegetarian friendly and … Continue reading New Cacao Peanut Crunch from Bounce