Goodman Fielder has accepted a $1.34 billion takeover bid which will see the business fall into foreign hands.
One of Australia’s largest milk brands, PURA has developed a test to verify the A2 protein content of its milk.
Exactly 12 months after being returned to family control, Spring Gully Foods has announced it’s undertaking a rebrand.
BOC will commence work on a new CO2 plant at Refining NZ’s Marsden Point refinery.
Fonterra has announced an opening farmgate milk price for suppliers in Victoria and Tasmania.
TWE announced that it will be writing off $260m from its fiscal 2014 full year profit.
Private Branded Beverages Limited has collapsed and entered administration.
Fonterra has requested that Danone’s claim for damages from the botulism scare in 2013 be delayed.
SPC Ardmona’s ex anti-dumping case director has set up a consultancy for Italian importers.
A new report from Canadean has found that manufacturers need to develop functional dairy products in order to meet the needs of the aging population.
Grant Thornton Australia says food and beverage businesses need to capitalise on growing acquisition and divestment opportunities.
Mondelez is three months off opening a Food Innovation Centre in Ringwood, Victoria.
Goodman Fielder has announced that it will be spending NZ$27m to expand and upgrade it ultra-heat treated (UHT) milk plant in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Graeme Hart is potentially looking to sell the SIG Combibloc Group for close to US$5 billion.
Councillors denied SPC Ardmona exclusive access to a road that is says is key to its $100m upgrade.
The AFGC says that food manufacturers are “being squeezed” by increasingly high manufacturing costs.
Victorian dairy cooperative, Murray Goulburn has decided to scrap its A class preference shares following a general meeting late last week.
Nestle will make further divestments in a number of underperforming food brands in favour of investment in medical nutrition.
Japanese barcode printing, labelling and RFID solutions company, SATO has signed a Master Service Agreement (MSA) with New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra.
GrainCorp will close some of its regional receival sites and cut 80 jobs as part of a $200m overhaul.