Opportunities exist for manufacturers of high protein products as the results of a CSIRO study of 100 overweight and obese men shows that effective and safe weight loss can be achieved on a high protein diet.
Siemens is proud to sponsor the FOOD Challenge Awards’ Meat and Smallgoods category in 2008.
Norgren’s Palmerston North Branch has relocated to a newer, larger premises.
Food Processing Equipment is the sole distributor in Australia and New Zealand of US-based manufacturer Stork Townsend’s advanced, low-pressure portioning machine.
The market for functional foods is growing with the fortification of food and drinks offering consumers important benefits: a healthy diet combines with convenience.
Danisco has launched a new label – Care4U – an extensive all-natural range of food protection solutions.
Three cutting-edge ingredients manufacturers took out the Best Innovation in Food Ingredients 2007 awards at the recent Fi Europe 2007 in London.
Walls Machinery has released Anritsu’s KD74 series
The vacuum packaging machine has become an increasingly competitive and diverse piece of equipment. Find out how to choose the right machine for the job.
Intralox has released its Series 850 4-inch Streamline Flight module, the latest addition to the EZ Clean family of components.
Registration is now free for the supply chain and logistics conference, TraceTech, which begins tomorrow.
The Australian Institute of Packaging’s September meeting, held recently in Melbourne, focussed on Modified Atmosphere Packaging.
A major development in Australia’s cold chain within the last five years has been the ability to remotely monitor the temperature of storage facilities and vehicles while in motion, ensuring food items are transported and stored correctly at all times.
Factors including increasingly busy schedules and a rise in single-person households are driving the ready meal trend, amoung other things. Read on to discover more developments in this sector.
How are meat producers meeting demands? FOOD reveals all in this series of industry updates.
Microwave ovens and freezers have changed the way Asians think about and consume meals. This, combined with demanding lifestyles, has spawned the Asian ready meals culture.
The winners of the FOOD Challenge Awards were presented with their awards at a Gala dinner held on July 11th at Sydney’s Daltone House.
Professor Peter Lillford has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship with the Food Futures Flagship to design healthier and tastier foods.
Australian meat processors should encourage their staff to enter the Barry Johnson – Cryovac Young Achievers Award 2007, a $12,500 study and travel grant enabling people working in the red-meat processing industry aged 18 to 39 to advance their technical knowledge and learn at first hand global developments in the packaging arena.
Over 210 guests celebrated the achievements of 20 companies in Sydney last night at the third-annual FOOD Magazine Challenge Awards.