ROCOL FOODLUBE® offers food-grade and safe lubricants that have been specially formulated to effectively meet the demands of the F&B industry.

FOODLUBE® – Lube up equipment lifespan

Lubricants are critical for keeping equipment running smoothly and efficiently in the food and beverage/packaging industry. One brand in particular, ROCOL FOODLUBE®, goes above and beyond in offering a range of food-grade and safe lubricants that have been specially formulated to effectively meet the high demands of this industry. Read More

Milking the happy cow image

The image of a healthy, happy cow grazing on a lush pasture is probably the first that comes to mind when thinking about Australia and New Zealand’s dairy products. And, for the most part, that image
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Buyer beware: EHS due diligence is more important than ever

With every merger and acquisition (M&A) deal comes a range of potentially significant risks. You don’t want to unnecessarily pay more for an asset than it’s worth, and you certainly don’t want expensive surprises or obstacles once you’ve already signed on the bottom line. That’s why it’s essential to understand, as fully as possible, just what you’re getting into. Read More

Five tips on digestive health

Your immunity may not be as strong as you think
These days, catching a cold can sometimes be unavoidable. And we all need to work harder to make sure we’re staying ahead of the
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Proactive safety with SmartWasher

When a large trans-Tasman dairy facility bought eight of CRC Industries’ SmartWasher Bioremediating Parts Washing Systems, it was able to eliminate the use of harsh, solvent-based cleaners alongside
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CSIRO working hard on African swine flu

African swine fever (ASF) is a fatal pig disease. And it’s on Australia’s doorstep with confirmation of outbreaks in Timor-Leste, 680 kilometres from northern Australia. The disease is found in sub-Saharan
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Why Aussies need to eat more vegetables

Eating a healthy and balanced diet can help reduce the risk of many chronic diseases. Yet, less than four per cent of Australians consume the recommended five serves of vegetables a day. What can we do
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