- Australian Institute of Packagin
- belt conveyors
- beverage business
- Big business
- Food Business
- Food Colour
- Food Frontier
- food manufacturing
- Food processing
- Food waste
- Fruit and vegetables
- Govt and regulation
- NORD DRIVESYSTEMS
- plant-based food
- Thomas Foods
- Organic food popularity increases
Consumers are wholeheartedly embracing organic produce and sales figures continue to rise rapidly.
- A new leader in product identification
2008 has been a year of change, none more so than in the coding and labeling industry.
- Kellogg acquires Specialty Cereals
Kellogg Australia has announced its intention to acquire Specialty Cereals, a privately owned manufacturing business, and recently Highly Commended winner at the FOOD Challenge Awards.
- Rockwell Automation brings RSTechED to Melbourne
Held in Melbourne from 26 to 29 August, the annual RSTechED is a four-day long educational event, providing the opportunity for end-users, system integrators, OEMs and distributors to learn more about how to effectively manage and optimise their plant-floor applications.
- Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Automation Australia and Rockwell Automation New Zealand are subsidiaries of Rockwell Automation, Inc. — a leading global provider of industrial power, automation control and information solutions that help manufacturers achieve a competitive advantage in their businesses.
- Same tasty food – and less acrylamide
Acrylamide is naturally formed when starchy foods, such as biscuits, crackers, snacks, French fries, and crisp bread are baked or fried at high temperatures.
LabWare is recognised as the global leader of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) and instrument integration software products.
- New tea survey released
Lipton T.E.A Report suggests Australians prefer to sacrifice drinks after work in favour of regular tea breaks.
ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact.
For over 25 years, tna has set the benchmark in the industry for vertical form, fill and seal (VFFS) packaging systems, creating highly efficient machines, using fewer parts with a simple design to increase maximum output and flexibility.
- Cottee’s launches new cordial bottle
Cottee’s has launched new cordial flavours to go with a new ‘Easy Pour’ bottle.
- GM labelling on the cards
Food Standards Australia and New Zealand has indicated that it could soon be possible to label all genetically modified foods.
- CSIRO cuts 50 jobs & shuts food plant
The CSIRO will shed up to 50 jobs in food science research and close its Sydney food processing test plant in a bid to save $6 million over the next two years.
- Murray’s winter seasonal beer released
While the big industrial brewers of Australia are fighting over the claim of being the producer of the world’s coldest beer, Murray’s Craft Brewing Co. has launched a new beer specially crafted to provide some winter warmth – Murray’s Best Extra Porter.
- Murray’s Craft Brewing Co.
Murray’s Craft Brewing Co. is a 100% Australian-owned craft brewer whose beers are handmade from their base on the Mid North Coast of NSW.
- Insignia upgrades GS1 membership
As of the first of July this year, insignia has achieved the status of Strategic Alliance Partner with GS1 Australia.
- Don Smallgoods to close two factories
Iconic meat company Don Smallgoods will shut factories at Altona in Victoria and Spearwood in Western Australia in a bid to stem losses and consolidate the company’s operations.
- Olives guaranteed to please
The Australian Olive Association is developing a table olive Code of Practice in conjunction with Food Standards Australia New Zealand.
- Hormel Foods Australia
Hormel Foods Australia is part of the international Hormel Foods Corporation (HFC) based in Austin, Minnesota.
- Hormel brings more to the table
Following the successful launch of the shelf-stable Hormel Compleats microwave meal range, Hormel Foods Corporation will invest millions in a new US production facility that will enhance the supply of products to its Australian subsidiary.