- 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
- Fruit & vegies on the run
Fresh fruit and vegetables are being trucked all around the country, only to end up on supermarket shelves just down the road from where they were grown.
- Crisis management in the food Industry
All food businesses need to plan thoroughly for the unthinkable.
- A juice by any other name
Following legal action by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Federal Court has declared that Nudie Foods Australia Pty Ltd made misleading claims about two of its juice products, Rosie Ruby and Rosie Blue, and breached the consumer protection provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974.
- Keep spring water Cool
Cadbury Schweppes is re-launching its Cool Ridge still spring water brand, with a brand refresh that hit shelves this month, incorporating a new pack design and a new product positioning.
- Tamarillo ban upsets NZ growers
An Australian decision to ban imports of tamarillos from New Zealand has angered farmers across the Tasman.
- Parents have different demands
New Zealand parents appear to be much happier about current food labelling than their Australian counterparts according to the Food Industry Group’s executive director, Vicki Hamilton.
- Taking over the dairy
Fonterra has bought Nestle’s yoghurt and dairy business in Australia for an undisclosed sum.
- Gourmet on the run
A desire to retail ready-to-heat meals to busy commuters has turned into a rapidly growing business for 26 year old Brisbane entrepreneur, Alison Price.
- Alto hits the high spot
Take sunshine, bracing high country air, constant warm days and cool nights – add careful grove management and a dash of Australian ingenuity – and you have ALTO Olives.
- Baby food recalled
Heinz has withdrawn two baby food products after the detection of unusually high levels of plasticisers thought to be caused by seepage from screw-cap seals.
- Australia’s big problem
Australia is now officially credited with the worst obesity epidemic in the world, prompting a number of policy changes.
- World’s best pinot noir
Wild Earth Wines, a Central Otago winemaker, has been awarded the Trophy for Top International Pinot Noir at the International Wine Challenge in London.
- Origins of the scone
Bakers Delight puts a new twist on a 19th Century tradition.
- Wimbledon qualification
Strawberries and cream served with Rosé will be the order of the day at Bird in Hand’s Adelaide Hills Cellar Door, as they celebrate Wimbledon fortnight from today.
- Flower power
Chr. Hansen expands its palette of natural colors with a new hibiscus extract aimed at the growing market for naturally colored drinks.
- Mexico to freeze food prices
Food producers in Mexico have promised to freeze prices on 150 commonly consumed products until the end of the year in a bid to combat the global food crisis.
- Salmonella poisonings
Salmonella cases like those in South Australia, which have been linked to food brought into an aged care facility may have been preventable if electrolysed water had been used in cleaning fresh ingredients, utensils, surfaces and hand washing.
- Savings for baking industry
A baking industry project, being run in New Zealand and aimed at finding new ways for companies to save energy, is nearing its midway point, with data indicating significant differences between the energy requirements of various commercial ovens.
- One water at a time
One water donates all its profits to providing free, clean water in developing countries in Africa.
- Biodegradable packaging appointment
In a society increasingly aware of environmental and global warming choices, Australia’s packaging industry must learn about using ‘green’ resins for their packaging.