Nominations for annual Women in Industry Awards, the annual event celebrating women who are making a mark in the Australian industrial sector, are now open.
Calling all those in the Australia and New Zealand food and beverage manufacturing industry. Nominations for the 15th annual Food & Beverage Industry Awards are now open. This opportunity only comes around once a year, so now is the time to consider those products, businesses and individuals which stand out from the crowd and deserve … Continue reading Food & Beverage Industry Awards 2018 – nominations open
Last year the Food & Beverage Industry Awards introduced a number of new categories. One of these was the Paddock to Plate award, won this year by El Cielo.
Tasmanian label House of Arras has now scooped the ‘Best Sparkling Trophy’ at every capital city wine show in Australia this year.
The winners were announced to an audience of more than 700 at the Adelaide Convention Centre at what has become known as the industry’s ‘night of nights’, hosted this year by Matt Preston.
Furphy Engineering, a maker of tanks and vessels for the food industry and elsewhere, was recently announced as the 2017 WTIA Fabricator of the Year.
The top Chinese wine professionals who excel in promoting Australian wine in China have been honoured at the Wine Australia China Awards 2017.
Eric Vivian Thomson, fondly known as Viv Thomson amongst wine industry peers, has been announced Legend of the Vine Victoria at the annual WCA Melbourne Wine Show Awards Lunch. Thomson comes from a long line of winemakers and received ‘Legend of the Vine’ status for his service to the wine industry as one of Australia’s longest … Continue reading Eric Vivian Thomson receives Victorian wine honour
Manufacturer of automated packaging machinery HMPS has been named winner at the Impact Awards 2017, which recognise South Australian companies with global potential.
Consumer NZ wants nominations for its Bad Taste Food Awards which highlight New Zealand food companies marketing their products as better choices than they really are. Consumer NZ chief executive Sue ChetwinChetwin says Consumer NZ’s research regularly uncovers foods masquerading as nutritionally superior options, from gourmet salt to sugar-laden breakfast cereals. “We’re inviting consumers to join … Continue reading NZ’s Bad Taste Food Awards open for nominations
Top players in the seafood industry gathered at International Convention Centre for the National Seafood Industry Awards at a Gala Dinner on 28th September 2017.
Smart drink Shine+ has been rewarded for its charitable efforts at the World Beverage Innovation Awards.
Wineries have one more week to enter the 38th Sydney International Wine Competition – the only international wine show that judges all its finalists in combination with appropriate food.
Several businesses from within the food and beverage sector have been named finalists in the Premier of QLD’s Export Awards.
Smith’s and Sakata Rice Snacks Australia, Pernod Ricard Winemakers and Rawbone Pet Foods have taken out APCO Award for sustainable packaging initiatives.
Australian coconut milk ice cream start-up, Over The Moo, has taken out the 2017 Telstra New Business Award.
It was time for those in the process and control engineering space to shine last night as the winners of the 14th Annual Zenith Awards were announced at Doltone House in Hyde Park, Sydney. The quality of nominees was high and the technology on display amazing, while MC Craig Reucassell made it an enjoyable night … Continue reading Zenith Award winners announced
The gala night for the process and control engineering industry is fast approaching and there are limited tickets still available. Held at the prestigious Doltone House in Hyde, the Zenith Awards highlight the best innovations and projects in the past year. Every year there is a keynote speaker who offers an excellent insight into the … Continue reading Tickets still available for Zenith Awards
Wine critic James Halliday has bestowed one of his highest accolades on the South Australian wine region of Langhorne Creek, naming Paul Hotker of the historic Bleasdale Vineyards as Winemaker of the Year for 2018. Hotker was among the best and brightest Australian winemakers to be honoured at the fifth annual Qantas epiQure Halliday Wine … Continue reading Paul Hotker named Winemaker of the Year
After only four months on the market Philter XPA Draught has taken out Best Pale Ale at the 2017 CBIA Craft Beer Awards in Adelaide. Hitting locals in March this year, the XPA was the first release for the young Sydney brewing company that sets itself apart with its late 1980’s Australiana aesthetic and distinctive … Continue reading Newcomer surprises at the CBIA Craft Beer Awards 2017