- Alcoholic Beverages
- Alkaline water
- Beverage packaging
- Bottled Water
- Control Equipment
- Energy Drinks
- Food Allergies
- government and regulation
- meat processing
- mergers and acquisitions
- Motors And Drives
- Process Control
- Research and Development
- Trade And Export
- Fonterra opens Stanhope dairy facility
Fonterra, Australia’s largest exporter of dairy products, officially opened its rebuilt Stanhope Facility today.
- Senate Dairy Report is spot on says Dairy Connect
Advocacy group Dairy Connect has thrown its weight behind the findings of the Senate Standing Committees on Economics inquiry into the Dairy Industry presented in Parliament tonight.
- Aqualove alkaline water
Aqualove, a new alkaline and eco-friendly water product intended to meet the growing demand for products that assist with neutralising the body’s PH balance has been released.
- New communication protocols for motor controller
SMC´s Direct Input Step Motor Controller is now available in three additional communication protocols, namely DeviceNet, EtherCAT and PROFINET.
- Breakthrough in treatment for peanut allergy
Researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute have found evidence that a cure may be possible for peanut allergy.
- Omni Innovation secures China medical food deal to help diabetics
Omni Innovation has signed an agreement with Eagle Health Holdings to exclusively manufacture and distribute its pre‐meal shake product for Type 2 diabetes and Pre‐Type 2 diabetes throughout mainland China. “We are pleased that from a range of potential partners we were able to enter into this deal with Eagle Health,” said Ian Brown, Chairman … Continue reading Omni Innovation secures China medical food deal to help diabetics
- CUB extends partnership with NRL
Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) and the National Rugby League (NRL) are excited to announce a new partnership, taking the relationship into its 19th year.
- Assistance for retrenched Murray Goulburn Workers
The Victorian Government is supporting retrenched dairy workers in the Indigo and Campaspe Shires affected by Murray Goulburn’s down-sizing. Following recent discussions with impacted workers, Minister for Agriculture and Regional Development Jaala Pulford has announced $50,000 for each council to undertake community economic development planning. The Government will also allocate $80,000 to allow the Victorian … Continue reading Assistance for retrenched Murray Goulburn Workers
- Cadbury cuts 50 jobs in Tasmania
Fifty workers from Cadbury’s Hobart factory will lose their jobs as the chocolate maker spends $75 million to upgrade the facility.
- Zenith Award winners announced
It was time for those in the process and control engineering space to shine last night as the winners of the 14th Annual Zenith Awards were announced at Doltone House in Hyde Park, Sydney. The quality of nominees was high and the technology on display amazing, while MC Craig Reucassell made it an enjoyable night … Continue reading Zenith Award winners announced
- Transportation of Meat – Importance of Adhering to Regulations
Transporting meat while successfully maintaining its wholesomeness is no easy task. The transport process is subject to a long list of stringent, yet necessary regulations to ensure that meat and other meat products remain safe to consume. Strict adherence to these regulations and guidelines by logistics companies is fundamental for safe human consumption of meat. … Continue reading Transportation of Meat – Importance of Adhering to Regulations
- First recyclable coffee cup ready to be trialled
Australia’s first recyclable coffee cup will be introduced this month as part of a trial to reduce the impact of coffee cups on landfill.
- New York Craft Beer maker chooses fresh floor finish [VIDEO]
Craft brewer, Brooklyn Brewery recently sought major re-development work, including upgrades to floor coating systems located in the brewery’s main production halls.
- Temperature, Humidity, and Shock in Food Logistics
When it comes to logistic services in the food industry, companies are generally liable when ensuring that products are delivered in a timely fashion that is consistent with transportation guidelines and restrictions. If the conditions during transport aren’t effectively maintained, it can lead to considerable losses of quality, right up to the complete devaluation of … Continue reading Temperature, Humidity, and Shock in Food Logistics
- Western Australian apples heading to Hong Kong
Hong Kong consumers will get a taste of the Southern Forests with a shipment of Granny Smith apples scheduled to arrive following dispatch from Manjimup via Fremantle this morning.
- French MBAs look down under for wine marketing insights
France boasts thousands of years of wine making and some of the finest wines in the world, but French (and Chinese) students come to Adelaide to learn about wine and spirits marketing.
- Buyout of Western Meat Packers Abattoir
Rod and Shana Russell have completed a buyout of Russell and Lee family members in Western Meat Packers Group’s Margaret River abattoir.
- Regular energy drink use linked to later drug use
Young adults who regularly consume highly caffeinated energy drinks could be at risk of later cocaine use, according to a new study .
- New packaging solutions are helping to tackle food waste
Waste is often the top of the agenda in the food industry with organisations and governments continuously looking for new ways to reduce the amount of food thrown away. For Sealed Air, that solution lies in new packaging innovations that extend shelf life and minimise waste. The company’s latest solutions – Cryovac OptiDure and Cryovac … Continue reading New packaging solutions are helping to tackle food waste
- French Wine Scholar Certification coming to Melbourne
Wine professionals can now earn their French Wine credentials at Melbourne Polytechnic through the French Wine Scholar Certification.