Wiley, a meat industry authority on food facility design is set to attend IFFA, the most important trade fair in the global meat industry.
In case you’ve forgotten the section on the food web from high school biology, here’s a quick refresher. Plants make up the base of every food chain of the food web (also called the food cycle). Plants use available sunlight to convert water from the soil and carbon dioxide from the air into glucose, which gives them … Continue reading Why it’s impossible to actually be a vegetarian
The cost of fresh food is the number one factor straining the household budgets of Australian families, according to a new report. According to the Spend Sacrifice Report compiled by comparethemarket.com.au, the cost of food is a source of anxiety for 88 per cent of families. And the foods causing the biggest worries are fresh … Continue reading Cost of food stretching household bubdgets: report
In order to monitor differential pressures in clean rooms, defined as a room in which the concentration of airborne particles is maintained within established parameters, ALVI offers a differential pressure transmitter; the DE21. It is a compact, DIN Rail Mounted measuring instrument in 2-wire technology, serving to cover numerous measuring ranges in the low pressure … Continue reading Clean room differential pressure monitor
A $4.8 million government grant for Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) could have a big impact on the Australian meat industry. Last week, Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce announced an almost $5 million grant for MLA’s research and development program. The non-profit organisation said they will use the grant to develop new X-ray and 3D … Continue reading New technology to benefit Australian meat industry
A new gadget may be the answer to a very costly dilemma. Australians throw out $2.67 billion of fresh food every year, according to a government survey of 1,200 NSW households. The FoodSniffer could go a long way in preventing this. Wondering whether a piece of meat is still fresh is not an uncommon problem for … Continue reading New gadget detects meat freshness
Leading IGA stores in New South Wales are celebrating after winning at the annual IGA Awards of Excellence held on the 10 April 2016. Three exemplary stores, IGA Ainslie, Ashcroft’s SUPA IGA Summer Centre and IGA X-press Circular Quay Plus Liquor were recognised after taking out the key awards for IGA Store of the Year, … Continue reading NSW IGA supermarkets win top industry awards
The Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council (ALEC) has welcomed government reform to streamline export certification processes, but harbours concern. Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce has confirmed that meat producers are eligible for an Approved Arrangement when preparing to export livestock. Reform to the export processes for Australian producers … Continue reading Australian livestock exporters concerned about reforms
Cleaver has unveiled new branding designed to help consumers better understand their food and make informed choices.
A key scourge of the meat industry – dark meat – could be improved thanks to research by a CSIRO scientist.
Foodbank is partnering with Thomas Foods International and Fletcher International Exports to expand the Foodbank Meat Program.
The impacts of red meat and red meat products’ production and consumption on human health, animal welfare and the environment are complex.
The first automatic raw meat vending machine has been installed in Paris this week, as customers can purchase steaks or sausages at any time of day or night.
This time of year, most fridges are stocked up with food and drinks to share with family and friends. Let’s not make ourselves and our guests sick by getting things wrong when preparing and serving food.
Australian beef is now available online for purchase for the first time in China as consumers there seek fresh, safe and 100 per cent traceable beef.
A Casino based livestock processing company, Northern Co-operative Meat Company Ltd (NCMC) is gearing for long-term growth.
Frutarom Health BU offers a new approach to tackle iron deficiency in vegan and vegetarian diets.
According to Abigail Klein Leichman, associate editor at ISRAEL21c, an Israeli foundation is first in the world to research mass production of cultured chicken breast, a real meat product starting from a single cell of a real bird.
Between 2005 and 2014 more than 586 product recalls were initiated by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), with 198 due to Listeria Monocytogenes contamination.
Sunpork Fresh Foods Chinese BBQ style pork roast is set to hit shelves in Victoria and South Australia on September 1, followed by launches into NSW and Queensland in the following weeks.