- Agriculture Victoria
- amazon food
- Auspack 2019
- Auspack expo
- Australian alcohol
- Australian crops
- Australian drought
- Australian farmers
- Australian farming
- Australian food
- Australian Packaging
- Cattle slaughter
- drought Australia
- drought policy reform
- Farmers drought
- female cattle slaughter
- Food And Beverage
- Food and Beverage Awards
- Food and Beverage Industry awards
- Gates Australia
- Maxum Foods
- Meat and Livestock
- Meat and Livestock Australia
- Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor
- online food shop
- Rabobank report
- schneider Australia
- Schneider Electric
- trade expo Melbourne
- waste management
- Water management
- Pringles are not potato chips
A British judge has ruled that Pringles are not potato chips, even if they do look and taste like them.
- Test identifies organic vegies
A senior researcher at New Zealand’s GNS Science has devised a test that can verify whether vegetables have been grown organically or not.
- Organic chicks are chic
Food scientists, having assessed the quality of birds raised in a variety of conditions, have found that those intensively farmed have the best flavour, while those raised under organic guidelines are the least tasty.
- Campylobacter outbreak prompts FSANZ to action
Concern over food poisoning caused by chicken meat has heightened, leading to new production and processing standards for the poultry industry.
- New faces at FSANZ
A former Commonwealth Ombudsman, Philippa Smith, has been appointed as chair of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand board.
- Honeycomb flavouring straws
Sipahh Milk Flavouring Straws have responded to consumer demand by releasing a new honeycomb flavour in addition to those currently available – including chocolate, strawberry, cookies and cream, banana, caramel and choc-mint.
- You say potato, we say poppies
Tasmanian potato growers are in a stand-off with food processor Simplot over the price of spuds.
- Vegetarian source of omega-3 DHA
A new vegetarian source of omega-3 DHA enables Australian consumers to readily obtain their recommended daily intake through select yoghurts, juices and milk, presenting an alternative to marine fish oils.
- Best Practice Exporting
TridentGLOBAL is holding their first ‘Best Practice Exporting’ Seminar on July 9th.
- Food packaging’s next generation
Engineered nanoscale materials which contain novel properties that might offer benefits for use in food packaging, raise new safety evaluation challenges for regulators and industry, according to a report released by the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies and the Grocery Manufacturers Association.
- Olam out of Dairy Farmers race
Singapore-based food ingredients group, Olam International, has pulled out of the race to buy Dairy Farmers.
- Ilapak and Linco Food Systems team up
Wrapping and packing machinery supplier Ilapak has terminated distribution with TNA and appointed Australian agent Linco Food Systems to operate in the New Zealand market through The Sutton Group.
- Change to labelling laws
Exporters of pre-packaged food to Hong Kong are urged to make themselves aware of new regulations covering nutrition labelling.
- Singapore wine opportunities
A recent review of liquor duties has led to changes in Singapore’s alcohol taxes, creating extra opportunities for low alcohol wine exports.
- Organic opportunities in Dubai
Market research suggests Dubai consumers are willing to pay for organic foods, despite costing between 20 and 40% more than traditionally produced foods.
- Importer seeks quality food products
Higher disposable incomes among the Chinese urban middle class and a growing expatriate community in some major cities have led to increasing calls for high-quality non-Asian foods.
- Showcasing world’s food factory
India’s first summit for representatives of the processed food industry will be staged in New Delhi on 17 and 18 July.
- Case-less milk jugs reduce costs
A new milk container being sold in the US does not require crates or racks for shipping and storage thereby reducing costs.
- Food production inquiry
A Federal Parliamentary select committee will hold an inquiry into how Australia can produce enough food for itself and export markets during the current and future global warming scares.
- The Cider Phenomenon
Cider is currently the fastest-growing alcohol category in Australia and the fifth largest growth category in food and beverages globally.