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Robotics company is complete package for South East Asian food industry
PACKAGING robots from Australia fitted with cameras to allow remote troubleshooting are helping to streamline South East Asia’s surging food and beverage industry. HMPS is based in Adelaide, South Australia, and is one of the largest automation manufacturers in the country. It designs and develops bespoke machines to fill specific industry needs, including packaging, organising, … Continue reading Robotics company is complete package for South East Asian food industry
Complete water solution for bottling operations
With more than 40 years’ experience with complete line solutions, Sidel has helped producers to reach and exceed their targets, time after time.
Eating standing up – is it really bad for you?
If we consider these three eating positions: lying down, sitting and standing, which should we choose as our standard eating position?
New method for converting wastewater nutrients into fertiliser
Researchers from Aalto University in Finland have developed a new, energy-efficient method for capturing nitrogen and phosphorus from different liquid waste fractions.
Should over 50’s avoid that afternoon coffee? Maybe.
On the basis of caffeine concentrations alone, the recommendation to avoid caffeine after lunch is being a little over cautious.
Healthy dose of special fish sauce keeps beriberi at bay
Adding the vitamin thiamine to fish sauce has been identified as the best way to protect Cambodian infants against the deadly beriberi disease.
What’s driving the worldwide obesity epidemic?
The rise of obesity around the globe has led the World Health Organization (WHO) to urge countries to impose a tax on sugary drinks.
Cellar doors drive boutique winery growth in Australia
Cellar door and mail order sales are driving strong growth for small wineries, the latest survey results published by Wine Australia has found.
Eating insects has long made sense in Africa. The world must catch up
Given their nutritional value and their potential for mass production, insects could help address the challenge of food security.
Health check: is it safe to microwave your food?
Although microwave ovens are generally recognised as safe, the internet is awash with articles about the dangers microwave radiation poses to your food.
Food for thought: the rise of Australia’s mighty Brahman
Today the national beef herd is around 26 million cattle and Brahman genetics can be found in around 50% of the national herd.
The food safety mark of confidence
Food safety doesn’t just concern what we put in our mouths. It also involves a range of non-food products that are used in the production process. We caught up with Clive Withinshaw, Director of HACCP Australia, to discuss best practice in this area. Food & Beverage Industry News: We see the HACCP Australia and HACCP … Continue reading The food safety mark of confidence
Make a fresh start with your fridge in 2017: apps to reduce food waste and save money
If you barely have time to scribble together a shopping list, then meal planning apps are a great tool to help manage shopping, cooking and eating.
Eliminating waste in the fisheries industry
Every year 340,000 tonnes of usable whitefish by-product are discarded into the sea. But the fisheries industry has now identified ways of halting this practice. The fishing company Nordic Wildfish has been assisting in the development of a new technology that can make use of the entire by-product from whitefish such as cod, pollock and … Continue reading Eliminating waste in the fisheries industry
Got high cholesterol? Here are five foods to eat and avoid
High fat, low fat, no carb, more carb: when it comes to getting information on eating to manage high blood cholesterol, confusion reigns.
Paleopups and paleopussies: is a paleodiet for your pet a step too far?
Studies of the dog genome have shown that domestication affected two main kinds of genes: ones affecting dog behaviour and the nervous system and genes involved in digestion and diet.
The ten things Australia needs to do to improve health
A collaboration of Australia’s leading scientists, clinicians and health organisations has produced health targets for Australia’s population to reach by the year 2025.
Research Check: can eating aged cheese help you age well?
Most people are interested in how to slow the ageing process, or at least they get more interested as the years tick by.
Why Trump is right, and wrong, about killing off the TPP
President-elect Donald Trump is right tells a half truth about why the trade accord among a dozen Pacific Rim nations is a bad deal.
Sensor system uses internet to maximise vineyard irrigation efficiency
A wireless sensor system to maximise vineyard irrigation efficiency will begin field trials in January.