- 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
- NSW to host national cherry conference
Cherry growers and industry representatives from across the country will leave their comfort zones when they travel to Griffith early next month to attend the 39th National Cherry Conference.
- Australian carbon costs to hurt food exports-farmers
Australian food production and exports could be cut when carbon trading starts from mid-2010 with the price of carbon to add to already hefty price rises for fuel, Australia’s biggest farmers’ group said this week.
- Greenpeace demands GM food rejection
Greenpeace is demanding that Food Standards Australia New Zealand follows the lead of other countries by banning several genetically modified crops from the human food chain.
- Cadbury – Australia’s most authentic food brand
Cadbury has been named as Australia’s most authentic food brand in the second landmark Authentic Brand Index (ABI) study released by Principals and Synovate.
The SEW-Eurodrive group is a global designer and developer of mechanical power transmission systems and motor control electronics.
- SEW’s ‘energy-saving’ seminar
In support of Australian industry’s increasing demand for energy-efficient technologies, drives solutions group, SEW-Eurodrive, will conduct educational ‘Driving towards industrial energy savings’ seminars at its Melbourne headquarters in Tullamarine in October this year.
- Coke adds credit card payment to vending machines
Coca-Cola Amatil, in partnership with Vending Management Services Limited, is rolling out new cashless payment technology to vending machines in NSW and Victoria as part of a three-month pilot.
- Coca-Cola Amatil
Coca-Cola Amatil an Australian-listed public company, is Australia’s largest producer of non-alcoholic beverages and one of the top five Coca-Cola bottlers in the world.
- Importance of machine safety
SAI Global Limited reminds manufacturers to comply with AS 4024.1—2006, Safety of machinery series to help ensure workplace safety.
- SAI Global
SAI Global is an applied information services company that helps organizations manage risk, achieve compliance and drive business improvement.
- Awards winners announced!
The 2008 FOOD Challenge Awards was a night to remember, with winners from every sector of the food and beverage industries.
- New is the theme at The Safety Show
NSW’s largest workplace safety event, The Safety Show Sydney, will throw the spotlight on the latest safety technologies when it runs from 28 to 30 October this year.
- Egg industry outrage
Australian egg farmers have lashed out against British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s television show, Fowl Dinners.
- GM bananas to be grown in QLD
Approval has been granted for Australia’s first trial of genetically-modified bananas to go ahead at Innisfail, in Far North Queensland.
- Warrnambool Cheese and Butter to take over the Dairy
Warrnambool Cheese and Butter has been given approval to jointly take over Dairy Farmers.
- Red Bull to take over sales & distribution
Following five years in partnership with Cadbury Schweppes, Red Bull Australia has announced that it will take over sales and distribution for Red Bull Energy Drink from 1 January, 2009.
- Sensitive food products discussed by WTO
The treatment of politically sensitive food products is one of the trickiest issues in the agriculture talks in the World Trade Organization’s Doha round to open up world trade.
- Councils bans battery eggs
The Launceston City Council has become the third in Tasmania to ban the use of battery eggs in its catering.
- Food processing technology companies merge
Cedar Creek and Sastek will merge in the hope of growing their local and overseas software and hardware business.
- Organic farm sales grow despite drought
The first official Australian organic data in four years has been launched by Biological Farmers of Australia revealing that the organic industry is potentially as resilient in drought as its products claim to be healthy for consumers.