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Murray Goulburn has cut the price it pays for milk again as global conditions continue to weigh on the dairy processor.

FIAL has showcased fifty of the top Australian food and agribusiness innovations in a new book.

Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) has come out on top as the rights to some of Australia's most popular beer brands change hands.

Close to 120 manufacturing jobs will be created in Victoria’s Yarra Valley as the result of a UK snack food company's investment.

Food relief organisation Foodbank partnered with Mauri ANZ and Rinoldi Pasta to produce 40 million meals for Australians in need.

As experts continue to mull the impact of the UK's exit from the European Union, Brexit could offer importing opportunities for Australia's wine industry.

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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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FoodTech Qld will kick off this Sunday, June 26-28, at the Brisbane Convention 
& Exhibition Centre.

If you're not convinced already, the organisers of FoodTech Qld have provided five really good reasons to attend the show next month.

Over 130 exhibitors are heading to FoodTech to showcase the latest processing machinery, ingredients, additives, packaging, and ancillary products.

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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.