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- Nestlé aiming at 100 per cent recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025
The company wants none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill or as litter by 2025.
- Blockchain technology introduced to Pacific tuna industry
Environmental organisation WWF and its partners have introduced blockchain technology to the Pacific Islands’ tuna industry, the first of its kind for this region, to help stamp out illegal fishing and human rights abuses.
- Expanding meat production to increase competition in 2018
Meat production is forecast to expand globally in 2018, intensifying trade competition in international markets and between different types of animal proteins, according to a newly-released international report.
- New natural sweetener company launches in Australia
Whole Earth Sweetener has launched in Australia with a range of four new products, made with natural sweetness extracted from stevia leaves, offering low calorie alternatives to sugar.
- Isuzu signs on with MEGATRANS2018
Truck manufacturer Isuzu has announced its support of multi-modal supply chain event MEGATRANS2018, joining the show as a Platinum Sponsor.
- Entries now open for inaugural Australian Chobani Food Incubator program
Aussie food starts ups with big hearts and big ideas can now apply to be part of the first round of the Australian Chobani Food Incubator program. Since announcing the Australian arm of it’s extremely successful food incubator program just over a month ago, Chobani has received over 150 enquiries from food and beverage brands … Continue reading Entries now open for inaugural Australian Chobani Food Incubator program
- AmazonFresh concerns overplayed by food industry – research
Recent research by IBISWorld indicates that concerns relating to the impending entry of AmazonFresh in 2018 have been overplayed in the Australian Supermarkets and Grocery Stores industry. IBISWorld’s analysis suggests that traditional bricks-and-mortar and online grocery players will not be as severely affected by Amazon as operators in other retailing industries. “While AmazonFresh will offer … Continue reading AmazonFresh concerns overplayed by food industry – research
- New mushroom meets vitamin D needs
SA Mushrooms’ new product, the Vitamin D mushroom delivers your daily dose of the vitamin in just three mushrooms.
- Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Women in Industry Awards
We would like to thank all attendees and finalists for joining us at this year’s Women in Industry Awards. It was amazing to celebrate and promote the achievements of so many women in industry, and we hope to see you all next year. Through much deliberation, the judges decided on 10 winners: Rising Star of … Continue reading Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Women in Industry Awards
- Australia-US food safety agreement to benefit exporters
The signing of a bilateral Food Safety Recognition Agreement between Australia and the US this month puts Australian exporters in a strong position as preferred suppliers.
- Choosy consumers drive a near 1,000% spike in vanilla prices
The price of vanilla all comes down to us, the fickle consumer and our love of authentic cones, custard and crème brûlée.
- Global wine supply balancing out: report
The downward trend of global wine inventories in recent years marks a continued move towards balance, according to a new report from Rabobank.
- Veggie steaks set to sizzle on the barbie this Australia Day
Research reveals that many Aussies will be foregoing tradition by grilling vegan steaks while enjoying a gluten-free beer in celebration of Australia Day.
- Six key global food and drink trends for 2017
2017 will be a year of extremes, from “ancient” products including grains, recipes, practices and traditions to the use of technology to create foods.
- Clean water technology to help food processors reuse wastewater
Honeywell UOP’s novel wastewater treatment technology will be used to help a fresh-cut fruit and vegetables company treat wastewater.
- European push for more edible insects
The insect producing sector wants to use insect proteins in aquaculture and has asked for guidance in the preparation of ‘novel food’ applications.
- Murray Goulburn to defend itself against class action
Murray Goulburn will fight a class action claiming the dairy co-operative allegedly made misleading claims in its Product Disclosure Statement last year.