A fire at Westphalia Gourmet Fine Foods in Western Australia’s Bentley has caused $1 million in damage.
Russia has announced a ban on most food imports from the West, including Australia, in retaliation for sanctions placed on Moscow.
V&V Walsh, a West Australian meat processor, has signed a deal worth an estimated $1 billion with China’s Grand Farm.
Elders has announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell Charlton Feedlot to beef industry operator Teys for just over $10 million.
In retaliation for MH17, Victorian meat processing company Australian Lamb Group (ALG) suspending exports to the Russia.
This range of unbaked pies are made with 100 percent lean Australian beef, fresh free range chicken and fresh vegetables.
Christine Giblertson has resigned from her position as director of Meat and Livestock Australia.
The new MLA managing director, has promised to involve beef producers in research and marketing decisions.
A Malaysian university is set to commence research on the development of a DIY Halal detection kit.
Beak & Sons Classic Meatballs can be served for any occasion and prepared pan-fried, baked or barbecued.
JBS Australia has reduced its emissions and is saving more than $1m a year thanks to a new biogas and water treatment plant.
Teys Australia has rejected a proposal to use Port Alma for live exports, stating the city of Rockhampton would suffer.
JBS Australia has announced that it has purchased a majority shareholding in Andrews Meat Industries.
The first two weeks of the Wakefield Grange Nose to Tail Pozible crowdfunding campaign have proved to be very successful.
Gina Rinehart has purchased up to a 50 percent stake in the Liveringa and Nerrima cattle stations in WA.
The Experimental Spirits Co. has launched its first product, a Smoked Bacon Bourbon.
Plant based ingredient manufacturer, Naturex has introduced a range of cherry-based antioxidants and curing enhancers for meat & poultry products.
Australian Bacon Award winners have been announced, signalling the beginning of Australian Bacon Week.
Saskia Beer’s Barossa Farm Produce has been accused of misleading consumers in regards to the pork used in its smallgoods.
A piggery in central QLD has lost $100k of livestock in an early morning fire in a farrowing shed.