Food and beverages is an industry serving a very large number of consumers with changing tastes and habits.
One of the challenges faced by the food and beverage industries is the ever-growing need for safe environmental materials and the safety of the consumable product itself.
Sealed Air is proud to announce that it has formed part of the global collaboration program NEXTLOOPP, working to create circular food-grade recycled polypropylene (PP) from post-consumer packaging.
The NSW Plastic Action Plan and Waste and Sustainable Materials Strategy has been released as an integrated approach from the NSW government to manage plastic and develop a long-term waste, litter and recycling plan. Read more
National spirits brand, Australian Distilling Co., has added Navy Gin to its growing range this month as a nod to the colourful history of “overproof gins of a bygone era.” Read more
A Future Market Insights study on the global composite paper cans market has shown increasing demand for sustainable packaging solutions in the food and beverage industry, driving growth to over 4.8 per cent CAGR between 2021 and 2031. Read more
ShelfLife, procurement software and marketplace for the food and beverage industry, has announced a $3 million Series Seed funding co-led by Switch Ventures, Kindred Ventures and NextView Ventures. Read more
Automated guiderail systems provide a simple and cost-effective solution to facilitate quick product change overs to accommodate many different product shapes and sizes on the same manufacturing conveyor line.
Australian canola, chickpea, lentil and wheat exporters now have improved market access into Pakistan following successful technical negotiations between the two countries. Read more
Being granted a Federal Safety Commissioner accreditation gives Total Construction access to a greater number of projects but also raises industry safety standards, according to CEO Jeff Jones.
Having continued to grow over the last decade, the perishable export market has remained robust during the COVID-19 pandemic amid strong segment demand and governments working to ensure continuous supply of perishable products.
Despite excellent controls and global best practice by suppliers, things can go wrong, with often significant economic and reputational impacts for companies and the public.
Kraft Heinz Australia will be supporting Melbourne small businesses in light of the most recent COVID-19 restrictions, by offering free 12L cartons of Heinz Tomato Ketchup. Read more
The NSW government will extend its Mouse Control Program, allowing primary producers experiencing financial hardship due to the mice plague to claim rebates and purchase mouse control chemical, zinc phosphide. Read more
Frito-Lay, PepsiCo snack manufacturer, have announced a $200 million investment with Fort Bend County in Rosenberg, Texas to add two manufacturing lines for Funyuns and tortilla chips. This will increase capacity and enhance capability and future growth. Read more
ResearchAndMarkets.com have released a new Global Stevia Market report determining the market outlook for sugar replacement, stevia, over the next five years is forecast to show moderate growth. Read more
The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC), peak body for food and grocery manufacturing, has announced it will partner with standards group GS1 Australia to drive uptake of new standards and technology in the food and grocery manufacturing industry. Read more
According to a new analysis from Fact.MR, the global commercial seaweed market is forecast to reach US$15 billion between 2019 and 2029, with their increasing end use promoting cultivation in European and North American areas. Read more
Research conducted by the CSIRO, University of Melbourne and Curtin University has shown that DNA testing Australian honey can reveal where it was produced and its main floral sources. Read more
Lion has appointed global asset specialists Hilco Global APAC, in a joint venture with FA Maker to manage the sale of major assets from the West End Brewery.