The global spread of COVID-19 has been unprecedented. Its impact on economies has been more profound than any other crisis in recent history. And its ramifications on the freedoms we take for granted swift and paralysing. But in this uncertain time one thing is assured – that Australia’s food and grocery manufacturing sector will continue … Continue reading Why the food and beverage industry is vital during COVID-19
The 69th Australasian Grain Science Conference, with the theme of ‘Grains: A Global Food Resource’, will bring together a diverse range of delegates from academia, government research agencies and industry who undertake research and innovation activities across the grains industry value-chain. The conference represents all cereal, pulse and oilseed commodities, allied processing industries, research medical … Continue reading Grains: A global food resource
A new environmentally-friendly container solution for grain silos, organic products and brewery suppliers has been released by BOGE in an effort to provide protection from pests. While the number of starving people in the world keeps increasing, large amounts of grains are going to waste after harvesting while on their way to the consumer. It … Continue reading Pest protection solution for grain storage
The Coalition Government is working with the grain industry to address non-tariff barriers to Australia’s grain exports trade, to reduce costs and increase market access for our grain growers.
Sunrice is among companies looking to trade with Iran following the nuclear deal with the Middle East nation.
Interest in free-from foods is continuing to rise globally, led by the growing availability of gluten-free lines.
Catering for the gluten free involves a whole lot of research, investment, and for Sanitarium, crawling through air ducts with a toothbrush.
Kellogg’s Five Whole Grain Muesli is a blend of whole grain oats, wheat, triticale, barley and rye.
In the US sales of sprouted grain products are on track to reach over $250 million by 2018.
GLNC’s managing director, Georgie Aley has been selected to lead an international effort focused on raising awareness about pulses.
George Weston Foods has announced the merger of its Weston Milling business with AB Mauri’s Australia & New Zealand operations.
The cereal arm of freedom Foods hopes to form a partnership in Asia to boost exports of its allergen-free cereal.
GrainCorp have announced the appointment of Mark Palmquist to the position of managing director and CEO.
Goodness Superfoods has extended its range with a new Better for U! Barley Clusters product.
Rice food company SunRice has entered into an agreement to acquire Blue Ribbon Rice Group’s milling and packaging plant in North Queensland.
This rice variety combines the benefits of wholegrain brown rice with the advantages of being low GI.
Tip Top Foodservice, the foodservice bakery division of George Weston Foods, is extending its range of frozen sliced breads.
GrainCorp will close some of its regional receival sites and cut 80 jobs as part of a $200m overhaul.
General Manager of Laucke Flour Mills, Peter Cobb has been recognised as an industry leader by taking out the Australian Technical Millers Association’s Milling Industry Young Achiever Award.
Australian grain giant, GrainCorp has posted a net profit of $50m for the six months up to 31 March, $38.2m less than the previous corresponding period.