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- Food & Beverage Industry Awards
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- Food Packaging
- Food safety
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- Health And Hygiene
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- Industry 4.0
- Mark Emmett
- Motors And Drives
- Paddock to Plate
- Research and Development
- water analysis
- Water Treatment
- IoT saves the bacon for Meals on Wheels
Ku-ring-gai Meals on Wheels uses CCP’s Internet of Things smart tags to monitor temperature in its cool room and freezers.
- Food for thought: feeding our growing population with flies
Scientists have predicted that by 2050 there will be 9.6 billion humans living on Earth. With the rise of the middle class, we are expected to increase our consumption of animal products by up to 70% using the same limited resources that we have today. The cost of producing agricultural crops such as corn and … Continue reading Food for thought: feeding our growing population with flies
- You say tomato… why some fruits are forever doomed to be called veggies
While tomatoes, cucumbers and pumpkins are fruits in the botanical sense, language changes and words take on the meaning that people broadly agree upon and use.
- What’s for dinner? How Australia Eats [INFOGRAPHIC]
The question might seem innocuous enough, but every time we think about what to make for dinner, our brains are processing hundreds of additional questions.
- Australian communities are fighting food waste with circular economies
Around 4 million tonnes of food reaches landfill in Australia each year. This is the country’s largest unrecovered stream of waste that goes into landfill.
- Plenty of activity in Food & Beverage sector
Seven acquisitions were announced in June and July, with the pipeline for the rest of the year looking strong.
- Dropping the plan to ban junk food ads in prime time was a bad move – the UK will regret it
There is no better arena than TV for corporations to promote a message that “bad” food is “good” when it is a treat, or part of a balanced diet, a deserved indulgence, fun.
- The effect of population growth on efficiency in food production
The supply of food is a major concern across all countries, but – as with any resource – is dependent on growers, suppliers and distributors to bring it to market.
- Science or Snake Oil: is A2 milk better for you than regular cow’s milk?
For those without milk consumption problems, there is no evidence to suggest any benefit in having A2 milk over the common consumed commercial milk.
- Mobile data collection, automation and food safety
The result of data being collected in the field is real time reporting and analysis, available both on the EHO’s device, and back in the office.
- Solutions for critical, high-speed and contaminant detection food processes
Cut To Size Plastics offers materials that are designed to ensure maximum hygiene, safety and cost-efficiency for food, beverage and primary product processing.
- Green beans: why pulses are the eco-friendly option for feeding – and saving – the world
A more plant-based diet is a winning strategy for our wallets, our health and the environment.
- When it comes to level measurement, size matters
The latest radar level sensor from Vega, the first such product that operates at a frequency of 80 GHz, is just what food and beverage makers have been asking for.
- Fishing, not oil, is at the heart of the South China Sea dispute
The real and immediate prizes at stake are the region’s fisheries and marine environments that support them.
- Fine Food Australia: an unmissable event
The event brings the best of the industry together in one place, providing opportunities to network and do business across all sectors of the food and beverage industry.
- From plate to podium: what does it take to fuel Olympic athletes?
We all know that competing at the Olympics is the end product of years of training, but how much fuel do elite athletes need?
- Does burnt food give you cancer?
If you’re offered a plate of blackened barbecue food, you might think twice about eating it. It’s commonly thought that food that has been burnt could cause cancer.
- Creating a new humanities menu without the intellectual junk food of neoliberal thought
Food is the very stuff of life. And, at its core, is human sociability. Around this, myth and legend abound.
- Why technology makes us dishonest: ways to reduce cheating at self-service checkouts
Consumers who cheat the system tend not to consider what they are doing as stealing and do not see themselves as thieves.
- A rising star of the food industry
Colly Galbiati, a food manufacturing success story, was named 2016 Rising Star of the Year at the recent Women in Industry Awards.