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The AFGC has asked food and beverage suppliers what they really think of the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct one year after its introduction.

Changes to overseas inspection services have horticultural importers concerned about potential biosecurity issues for Australian consumers.

New research shows Australians are sceptical about superfoods but still consume them as "extra insurance" for their health.

The company behind brands such as Bertolli, Flora, Lipton, and Continental has announced a two per cent rise in profits for the first half of 2016 following a push into the premium market.

Simplot has taken over three sauce brands from Symington’s Australia in a bid to boost its position in the pasta sauce category.

Movement in the ranks of Victoria’s farmers has resulted in the loss of 3.6 per cent of milk supplies for Murray Goulburn in recent weeks.

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A range of Irish dairy products have been released in Australia with a focus on the grass-fed cows that helped produce them.

Chips brand Smith’s has launched a new flavour reminiscent of spicy-hot chicken wings.

The Australian Bitters Co. has partnered with the organisers of Dry July to provide drink alternatives for those involved.

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A packaging system made from materials such as banana fibre is extending the storage life of tropical fruits.

Sealed Air's sustainable vacuum skin solution for Don KRCs So Tender pork range won top honours in the retail category of the Save Food Packaging awards.

Artesian bottled water brand Fiji Water has changed its label for the first time in 10 years.

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In the competitive commodity market of flour milling, a 117-year-old family business is thriving on innovation. Samantha Schelling reports.

Only three years after moving into a new, purpose-built facility, former rugby league player Sean Garlick is moving Garlo’s Pies again.

Bread isn’t the ‘staple’ it used to be, now accused by many as a high-carbohydrate ‘evil’. We asked IBISWorld where bread is headed.

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In a cut-throat industry, Homebush Cakes has created a competitive advantage for itself through niche markets – including easy-to-open packaging.

Late last year, fresh produce expert Richard Bennett predicted the next food safety incident in Australia would involve salad vegetables.

The future looks bright for those beef processors and suppliers that invest now to meet changing consumer tastes, writes Andrew Noble.