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- The importance of Africa in the world of packaging
Africa is rapidly becoming a packaging growth centre and the industry needs to be ready to reap the benefits.
- Move it or lose it: the ins and outs of catering for a niche market
At Temptation Bakeries, continuous improvement isn’t just an industry catch phrase – it’s absolutely vital.
- An Australian first: Making a raw cheese work
Three years ago, Saul Sullivan set out to make a raw milk blue cheese in a country where the regulations strictly forbid it.
- Olsson’s venture into gourmet salt proves a success
Olsson’s Salt, better known for making nutritional licks for cattle and sheep, is breaking new ground with a gourmet salts range.
- How to select the correct hose for the food and beverage industry
The correct hose ensures reliable flow for food producers.
- Researchers simplify beverage quality control analysis
The Fraunhofer Institute has developed a new method for investigating beer and other beverages for infection by pathogens.
- Nudie ups production due to chiller unit upgrade: Case Study
Nudie Juice has kept production running whilst it updated its chiller unit by using a low temperature chiller rental.
- Drive systems show their sweet side
Many steps are necessary to make chocolate from cocoa beans. Ingredients remain in near-continuous motion for days requiring reliable drive systems.
- Defining “craft beer”: Q&A with Cricketers Arms
What defines craft beer? Paul Scott, the creator of Asahi-acquired craft beer, Cricketers Arms, sheds light on the topic.
- Concentrated quality – interview with Hank’s Jam
Food magazine caught up with GM of Hank’s Jam, Bernie Rorke to chat about the company’s journey over the past 20 years.
- Which flavours will be favoured in 2015?
The industry’s top marketing research companies shed light on which ingredient and flavour trends will dominate in 2015.
- Why we shouldn’t fear foreign investment
There are some common misconceptions when it comes to the effect of foreign investment on our food manufacturing industry.
- The case for country of origin branding
Research shows that country of origin branding has a direct impact on purchasing behaviours – both here and overseas.
- Are you ready for export?
If you’re considering growing your business internationally, ensure you’ve ticked the right boxes.
- Sealing in safety: the importance of tamper-evidence
While it may represent an additional cost for manufacturers, ensuring your packaging has a tamper-evident design is a safe move.
- Australia shouldn’t sacrifice food safety standards for free trade
Australia’s relative pest- and disease-free status gives its exporters a significant market advantage.
- How to master the dark art of trade spend
Trade spend can cause marketers to go grey and financial controllers to go bald, but there is a solution.
- How Taylors Wines plans to crack the US market
Food Mag recently caught up with Mitchell Taylor of Taylors Wines to discuss the winery’s recent award wins and export plans.
- Halal certification: a gateway to export markets
The halal food market is a sector that can’t be ignored by food manufacturers keen to make their mark internationally.
- Coles v ACCC: finding the balance between fair trading and competition
Essentially, the issue raised by the ACCC’s allegations is whether we want competition at any cost.