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In an unusual move, the managing director of cheese brand La Casa Del Formaggio has provided the voiceover for a new TV ad.

Be Natural has released a granola specifically designed to be eaten with coconut water.

Declining interest in Sunnyboy ice blocks has led supplier The Daily Drinks Co. to phase out the range.

Capilano Honey has launched the world’s first clinically-tested prebiotic honey, Beeotic.

The Australian confectionery industry has described claims by Choice that global confectioners aren't doing their bit for the Health Star Rating (HSR) system as “totally inappropriate”.

CCA has opened a technologically advanced juice and sports drinks facility in Auckland to tap into new opportunities in the still beverages category.

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Coca-Cola South Pacific has launched a low-kilojoule flavoured sparkling spring water in Australia.

Aeroplane has responded to demand for crazy shakes, freak shakes, monster shakes, dessert shakes and super shakes.

Domino’s innovation lab has produced improvements to its popular pizzas as well as new flavours, sides, ingredients and desserts.

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Sacmi has launched a range of quality control solutions for beverage packaging and labelling through its Kube brand.

Nespresso has partnered with Australia Post to extend the coffee company's recycling program to those living in rural areas.

After 49 years of trading through JL Lennard, packaging machinery giant Krones has 'opened doors' on its own business in Australia.

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As industrial machines become more sophisticated, engineering must also get smarter before food companies can reap the rewards.

Anyone with a smartphone or tablet now can connect securely in an industrial setting to access performance metrics and data analytics.

The use of fixed industrial robots and mobile robot technology can help food processors can make significant savings on labour costs.

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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.