Hartshorn Distillery, winner of the Beverage of the Year at the 2017 Food & Beverage Industry Awards, uses a cheese making waste product to create alcoholic beverages.
Fifty workers from Cadbury’s Hobart factory will lose their jobs as the chocolate maker spends $75 million to upgrade the facility.
The Bosch Group has invested an additional $2.5 million in Tasmanian AgTech business, The Yield.
Food and beverage led the way in a surge in overall exports from Tasmania last year.
Redlands Estate Distillery has released the Southern Hemisphere’s first paddock-to-bottle single malt whisky.
McCain Foods will upgrade onsite storage facilities and build a new packing line at the Smithton plant in Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Beer Tourism Plan has received $250,000 from the Tasmanian government and $100,000 from the Brewers Association.
Mondelez International has continued cost-cutting, with news this morning that it would be shedding 20 per cent of jobs at Claremont’s Cadbury factory.
Tasmanian businesses have received $13 million in grants from the Innovation and Investment Fund.
Tasmanian politicians are putting pressure on the Federal government to decide how to spend the grant promised to Cadbury.
Blocks of Cadbury family-sized blocks of chocolate will be reduced by one row, with high manufacturing costs blamed.
Tassal has gained Aquaculture Stewardship Council certification across all its farming operations.
The future of Simplot’s Devonport plant again seems uncertain, with staff planning industrial action for later this week.
Van Diemen’s Land Company, Australia’s oldest dairy farming business, is back in the black.
Environmentalists and the river abalone industry want expansion of the Tasmanian salmon industry stopped.
A Byron Bay brewing company and a distillery in Tasmania were recognised last night at the Telstra Australian Business of the Year awards.
Tasmania’s Whisky Centre for Excellence opened its doors to the public.
Effervescence Tasmania will showcase and celebrate Tasmania’s sparkling wines on 31 October and 1 November.
The discovery of a shellfish toxin on Tasmania’s east coast has resulted in two oyster growers halting production.
The Tasmanian wine industry has commissioned advertising executive, Guy Taylor to evaluate the state’s wine brand as the industry gears up for increased production over the coming years.