Australia’s largest dairy processor Murray Goulburn has posted a heavy first half loss of $31.9m, following lower supplies and adverse weather conditions.
Green ants and other ancient foods from one of the world’s oldest continuous cultures are being used as botanicals in Australian craft gins. Two distilleries in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia have this month released gins made with green ants, a traditional indigenous food eaten for thousands of years by the Australian Aborigines … Continue reading Green ants are flavour of the month in Australian gins
AUSPACK has launched MATCHMAKE, a new service for the 2017 show that is intended to optimise visitors’ time and enable them to get the most out of the show. The service gives visitors personalised content based on their interests when they register. It allows them to “favourite” exhibitors and pre-arrange meetings before the show. This … Continue reading AUSPACK 2017 connecting visitors with exhibitors
Pork processor, Big River Pork has announced a $14 million investment at its South Australian plant which is set to create 140 new jobs in the Murray Bridge area.
Some of us can definitely say we have a sweet tooth. Whether it’s cakes, chocolates, cookies, lollies or soft drinks, our world is filled with intensely pleasurable sweet treats. Sometimes eating these foods is just too hard to resist. As a nation, Australians consume, on average, 60 grams (14 teaspoons) of table sugar (sucrose) a … Continue reading Fact or fiction – is sugar addictive?