The 2013/14 Food Manufacturing Industry Guide to Safety has been released by Pro-Visual Publishing.
New research from Deakin University in Victoria has found links between the consumption of highly processed junk food while pregnant to behavioural problems in children.
Salmon fishing company, Tassal is currently testing ReCoila’s heavy duty reels at two of its 11 Tasmanian ports.
Brad Teys, the CEO of beef processor Teys Australia, has called for workplace reform, detailing a need to do so to protect local manufacturing and offer more than “platitudes” about the sector’s difficulties.
Move over Masterchef, food manufacturing now has its own reality TV show, giving everyday cooks the chance to have their favourite recipes available on supermarket shelves across the country.
Global beverage giant PepsiCo has announced that it will no longer be labelling its Naked Juice range as “all natural” after the products were found to contain artificial ingredients.
Australia’s finest extra virgin olive oils were on display at the inaugural Fresh Extra Virgin Olive Oil festival (FEVOO) located at The Sydney Mint earlier this month.
The Health Star food rating system which has been designed to help consumers make informed and more healthful decisions at the checkout is being rejected by major food manufacturers
A new research collaboration will see six key players in the global food community unite in their effort to triple New Zealand’s food exports to $60bn by 2025.
The latest edition of the AFGC CHEP Retail Index shows that retail growth remains sluggish, but predicts the rate of year-on-year growth will increase by the September quarter.
After months of preparation by the Food mag team and weeks of anticipation for the finalists, the 2013 Food magazine awards was held at Sydney’s Luna Park last Friday night, celebrating innovation and thought-leadership in the food and beverage manufacturing industry.
The drop in the Australian dollar and the fact that it seems to have found a new level of around 90 US cents has been welcome news for manufacturers.
Australia’s largest carrot grower, WA based Sumich, has had its plans to build a $3.5m washing and packing plant at East Devonport approved by the Latrobe Council.
Wiley has won a contract to expand and refurbish Cerebos Australia’s Seven Hills warehouse.
Is it true that Australian manufacturing has had a particularly bad five years compared to the past? And to put that in some context, how has manufacturing fared in other industralised countries?
Pest management is a dirty word for some food manufacturers. They don’t like to talk about it, and they don’t like to admit that it’s an integral part of their business.
The Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (Australian PMI) shows that the manufacturing sector nudged growth in June.
When I first stepped foot inside the new Flavour Makers Braeside factory on a rainy Melbourne morning, I was immediately hit with the tremendous sense of pride which seemed to be emanating from the walls of the barely three week old facility.
Results from the most detailed financial analysis of Australia’s food and grocery manufacturing industry have been released.
Tasmanian Deputy Premier Bryan Green will be releasing the terms of reference today for a review of the state’s GMO-free status.