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tna has promoted its chief sales officer to lead the company into its next growth phase alongside the company's founders who will stay on in leadership roles.

Irish-born celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge has signed on as the new face of the Di Bella coffee brand in Australia.

Carlton and United Breweries will return to twist tops following a consumer backlash over controversial new ring-pulls on its Carlton Dry bottles.

Time is almost up to enter the 2019 APPMA Awards of Excellence, and more than half of the tickets for the gala dinner at AUSPACK in March have already been snapped up.

Coles will be publishing a new free quarterly health and wellbeing magazine that aims to help consumers navigate the supermarket's health, beauty and wellness aisles.

Coca-Cola Amatil will no longer distribute single-use plastic drinking straws and stirrers in Australia, replacing them with paper straws.

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PepsiCo has been busy at work in the flavour lab with some hot new additions to its Smith's potato chips and Doritos corn chips ranges rolling out.

Peters Ice Cream has partnered with Gelato Messina on a new Drumstick X Messina range to be launched in supermarkets and convenience stores.

The number one packaged feta in Greece, Epiros cheese, has a new Victorian distributor and is now stocked in IGA stores across Australia

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Entries for the 2019 Packaging Innovation and Design Awards have opened with two new categories announced.

Three Australian companies, and one from New Zealand, have been announced as winners in the WorldStar Packaging Awards.

Australian family-owned winery De Bortoli Wines has won top honours for the unique, world-first packaging on its new Rosé Rosé at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London.

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Innova Market Insights has named ‘The Adventurous Consumer’ 
as its top trend for 2019. Read on for more on this and for all ten consumer insights from the market researcher.

Consumers will be moving out of their comfort zones to explore bolder flavours and multi-sensory food experiences in 2019.

The plant-based market shows no signs of slowing down and companies are changing their portfolios to attract everyday consumers.