A new report from US environmental advocacy organisation, the Centre for Food Safety (CFS) suggests that food safety in the meat industry could be negatively affected by the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership due to the differing food safety standards between countries.
New Zealand diary giant, Fonterra and Nestle have realigned their Dairy Partners Americas (DPA) joint venture and signed binding agreements covering the revised scope of the 10-year old partnership.
British celebrity Chef Heston Blumenthal has graced Australian shores once again, this time to launch 15 new products under the Heston for Coles brand.
Earlier this week, thousands of people across the globe participated in over one hundred coordinated demonstrations calling upon PepsiCo and other multinational food and beverage manufacturers to eliminate the use of “conflict palm oil”.
Oxfam released a report today calling out ‘laggards’ within the food and beverage industry who they say need to do more to address climate change.
According to Dairy Australia, the global dairy market is slowing signs of bottoming out as prices continue to slowly decline.
Victorian dairy cooperative, Murray Goulburn has outlined plans that will potentially see the processor generate $500m in capital over the coming three to five years.
According to market strategist David Thomason, Australian food processors will most likely be unable to capitalise in the Asian boom food unless they move their processing facilities to the continent, or engage in joint ventures with Asian companies.
New research from Adelaide’s Flinders University has found that bees will play important part in future food security due to their sensitivity to changes in climate.
The Australian Made Campaign appeared before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Agriculture and Industry in Canberra this morning to give evidence to into its country of origin food labelling inquiry.
GS1 Australia’s Andrew Steele reports on the importance of traceability standards in food manufacturing.
Global food packaging solutions supplier, tna has announced its acquisition of Oregon based food processing equipment supplier, FOODesign.
European dairy company, Arla Foods Ingredients has launched its advanced whey protein concentrate, Lacprodan DI-7017 into the lifestyle nutrition market.
Australian cake manufacturer, Big Sister Foods is on the brink of collapse after 70 years of operation.
Australian manufacturers are set to benefit from a reported 20 deals that have been signed as a result of prime minister Tony Abbott’s recent Australian trade promotional visit to China.
Western Australian brewery, Gage Roads has been forced to throw out 140,000 cartons of beer, equating to a $1.12m loss in gross profit.
Private equity firm, TPG has announced a US$750m investment in New York based Greek yoghurt maker, Chobani in order to help the business expand its share in foreign markets.
Grocery delivery business, Aussie Farmers Direct has announced that it will be entering the yoghurt market following keen interest from a number of domestic and Asian buyers.
A host of major food, beverage and automation manufacturers including ABB, Goodman Fielder, Mondelez and Coca-Cola Amatil participated in the Girls Experience Industry Day which took place in Melbourne last week and Sydney earlier this week.
Muesli maker, Monster Health Food Co has become the first company in Australia to roll out the Health Star Rating front of pack labelling scheme across its range of products.