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Vittoria Food & Beverage CEO Leslie Schirato has been awarded a United Nations Lifework award.
The Chia Co. and dairy company Ballantyne have teamed up to launch a new product hybrid, a spreadable butter blended with chia oil.
Lion has opened a Little Creatures craft brewery in Hong Kong, its first overseas outlet, offering Australian craft beer and cuisine.
Researchers at Macquarie University have proven that men who eat fresh vegetables smell better than those who don't.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will embark on an indepth inquiry into Australia's dairy industry.
We bring you a snapshot of the ideas that emerged from our Breaking Boundaries LIVE forum in Sydney on Thursday 4 August.
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Food Standards Australia New Zealand has sparked debate with the release of a report which denies the presence of novel nanomaterials in food additives.
A premium artisan cheese made at a world heritage site in Holland has been launched in Australia under the brand name of Beemster.
Premixed snack food company Funch has launched a Paleo product which enables consumers to make their own protein balls at home.
After 49 years of trading through JL Lennard, packaging machinery giant Krones has 'opened doors' on its own business in Australia.
A packaging system made from materials such as banana fibre is extending the storage life of tropical fruits.
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.
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.