Unilever has announced a wide-ranging set of measures to support global and national efforts to tackle the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The company’s actions are designed to help protect the lives and livelihoods of its multiple stakeholders – including its consumers and communities, its customers and suppliers, and its workforce. Consumers and communities Unilever will contribute … Continue reading Unilever ramps up food production 24/7 in wake of coronavirus
With an estimated 12.35 million acres of land and 2,500 homes and business having been destroyed in the recent runaway fires that ravaged the landscape since September 2019, Australia is now faced with the enormous and arduous task of rebuilding the country. While this might seem like an insurmountable task to many, the fires also … Continue reading Automation is part of the solution to rebuild areas hit by fires
With a combined 200 years of experience in the snacks industry, Heat and Control, and Ishida open their doors to industry people. The companies demonstrated their complete solutions in a snacks food production Open House event at the Ishida factory facility in Birmingham, UK. About 100 snack food producers visited the demonstration centre during a … Continue reading Heat and Control, and Ishida, open their doors to industry people
Northern Australia has been highlighted as a potential food bowl at this year’s Global Food Forum. Yesterday Josh Frydenberg, Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia presented his thoughts on the strength of Australian agriculture and opportunities for growth in the country’s north. “We are a trading nation and we have a relatively small population … Continue reading Spotlight on Northern Australia at Global Food Forum
Schneider Electric pledges open access to proprietary weather data to aid research on global food production
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today announced its intent to provide access to data generated from its WeatherSentry weather intelligence platform as part of the UN’s Data for Climate Action campaign.
A green energy initiative by Japanese processor NH Foods at Oakey Beef Exports in Australia has been praised for its environmental and business efficiency model from food producers around the globe.
A group of young Australian food entrepreneurs, mostly women, are working together at Australia’s first food industry ‘hackathon’.
The price, quality and seasonality of Australia’s food is increasingly being affected by climate change with Australia’s future food security under threat, a ground-breaking report by the Climate Council has revealed.