- allied finishes
- B2B marketing
- beer and wine
- Big business
- Braised Beef
- coca cola
- collections software
- Food and beverage business
- food and beverage manufacturing
- Food Business
- food manufacturing
- Food processing
- Govt and regulation
- Materials Handling
- quality databases
- South Australia
- wine exports
- Creative Food Solutions does it again
In conjunction with ALDI, Creative Food Solutions have developed a range of ready to heat and serve restaurant quality meals for the retail market for their third Challenge win, this time in the highly contested Ready Meals Award.
- Going nuts for Not Nuts
The winner of this year’s Confectionery Award was Sweet William’s Not Nuts chocolate bar – a unique combination of creamy chocolate and roasted soy beans, inside a completely nut free chocolate bar, with all the crunch and taste of nuts.
- There’s something about Sally
The new star of PotatoMagic’s family has been named Best in Show at the 2008 FOOD Challenge Awards, after taking out the Snack Foods Award.
- Kraft Singles growing strong
Kraft’s exciting new range meets more grown up taste preferences, provides dairy goodness, and takes home the Awards’ Highly Commended title.
- The winner takes it all
With their quirky names, original packaging and unique array of Australian ingredients, the Australian Vodka Company’s Australian Herbal Liqueur and Moulin Rooz Absinthe were the clear standouts in this competitive category, taking the Winner and Highly Commended prizes.
- CarboNZero to hero
Pitango, the world’s first fresh meal manufacturer to become carbon neutral, was named Winner of the Health & Wellness Category at the 2008 Awards.
- Looky looky, it’s an Ookie
Taking first place in the Baked Goods category is a product that’s attacking the lucrative school canteen market, and becoming the big new name in lots of little mouths.
- Shaking up the category
Bickford’s Milkshake Mixes, the winner of the Non-Alcoholic Beverages Award, are the first liquid milk modifier on the Australia market, offering consumers traditional flavoured milkshakes in the comfort of their own home.
- Cracking the market
Moving the cracker market into another dimension, is this year’s Highly Commended entrant in the Baked Goods Category – Tucker’s Natural Gourmet Crackers.
- This snack takes the Crunch
CrunchTime, the Highly Commended Snack Food, is an innovative range of crunchy, tasty and nutritious cluster breakfast snacks developed just for kids, in line with school canteen nutritional guidelines.
- Website compares label claims
A new website called Labelwatch.com allows consumers to compare label information on more than 25,000 brand-name consumer products.
- AUSPACK heads to Sydney in 2009
AUSPACK will be heading to the Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park from Tuesday the 16 to Friday 19 June, 2009 and a large number of exhibitors from 2007 have already booked their stands for the largest bi-annual packaging & processing machinery, materials and associated technology exhibition in Australia.
- CC Amatil books 22% interim net profit growth
Beverage maker Coca Cola Amatil Ltd (CCA) has said it is on track for high single digit second half earnings growth after posting a 22.0% lift in its interim profit.
- Indian mangoes coming to Australia
Australia’s ‘Final Import Risk Analysis Report for Fresh Mango Fruit from India’ has recommended that Indian mangoes be permitted entry subject to quarantine conditions.
- Safety issues for beverage manufacturers
Beverage manufacturing has been added to a second list of ‘Injury Hotspots’ released by WorkSafe Victoria to help employers and employees make workplaces safer.
- Baby food labels to be changed
Labels on baby food in Australia and New Zealand could be changed to ensure products are not given to infants younger than six months.
- Solution for fruit picker shortage
Up to 2500 Pacific islanders will be granted visas to pick fruit in Australia because of a shortage of reliable local workers.
- Cherry exporters must improve
Australian cherry growers are being warned they need to lift their game or be overtaken by foreign competitors on the export market.
Krones started manufacturing labellers in 1951, and has since taken its operations to a global scale, going far beyond the classical confines of machine and plant engineering.
- Koala Easy Peel oranges exported to UK
Exporter JAK Fruit, Victoria’s Belvedere Fruit Growers and UK-based Mack Multiples have sent their first shipment of Koala Easy Peel oranges to Britain.