PespiCo has announced new initiatives together with updated data on the progress its made to address climate change.
The ARC training centre for the Australian food processing industry in the 21st Century (ARCFPTC) is set to open 4 November, 2014.
Researchers at Technische Universität München (TUM) are researching energy-efficient ways to process milk concentrates.
Minister for Technology, Gordon Rich-Phillips today opened the new manufacturing facility of Temptation Bakeries, in Chelsea Heights.
Australian dairy manufacturer, Bega expects its profit for the 2015 fiscal year to be largely in line with performance from FY14.
Consumer watchdog Choice is calling for a simplified country of origin framework for food products.
Amcor Flexibles Asia Pacific has announced that it will be building a multi-million dollar packaging plant in the Philippines.
Dairy Australia’s total expenditure for the year 2013-2014 was up by six percent, representing a record $61.8million.
The Federal Government will not be keeping its election promise to toughen anti-dumping laws due to complications with WTO rules.
Directors of failed grain company LGL Commodities may be taken to court as liquidators aim to retrieve up to $6m.
Processing machinery will again be a focus for AUSPACK 2015 with new exhibitors including exhibitors Viking Food Solutions and Summit Machinery.
Listed Singaporean food company, QAF has sold its Oxdale dairy farm to ACE Farming.
A recently released report has predicted the rising price of gas will impact upon manufacturing and food processing industries.
Re:Capital has announced its acquisition of Australian confectionery manufacturer, Betta Foods.
Global Agribusiness bank, Rabobank says that innovation is essential to achieve growth within food and agriculture.
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The NZ manufacturing industry continued its 25th straight month of expansion, according to the BNZ-Business New Zealand PMI.
Manufacturers will be able to create faster 3D simulations of their factory production lines due to a partnership between GeoSLAM and CSIRO.
Supermarket giant Coles has rejected claims of alleged unconscionable conduct by the ACCC.
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