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A collaboration between Domaine Chandon Australia and Sidel resulted in a packaging rethink and ultimately improved efficiencies in its bottling operations.

Family-owned Manildra Group is doing “everything we can” to help meet the demands of both flour and ethanol production during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Doris Prodanovic reports.

A federal government evaluation of Australia’s country of origin food labelling is underway, with industry stakeholders and consumers called on to participate in the process.

Australian plant-based meat start-up v2food is making its supermarket debut, with its v2mince and v2burgers now available in Drakes Supermarkets across South Australia and Queensland.

A joint venture between Asahi Beverages, Pact Group and Cleanaway Waste Management will build a $45 million recycling plant in Albury/Wodonga, the companies announced. It will trade as Circular Plastics Australia (PET).

Australian non-alcoholic spirit producer Lyre’s is re-aligning its distribution model in Australia. CEO and co-founder Mark Livings says it will create a dedicated on- and off-premise team to support hospitality venues while continuing its direct-to-consumer ecommerce.

Wastewater treatment company, Aerofloat Australia has achieved International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) standards certification for three of its integrated management systems.

Food distributors and retailers demand the highest standards from suppliers, not just on ingredients and processes but also business systems.

Microsoft will supply the backbone cloud technologies for Woolworths’ SAP solutions as the retailer migrates its current SAP footprint to Azure.

A collection of some of Italy’s most iconic spirits from producer Gruppo Montenegro will join the Spirits Platform brand portfolio from 1 September.

The impact of COVID-19 on consumers' dietary habits can be seen in changes to purchases and spent, research company IBISWorld says.

Marley Spoon upgraded its FY20 guidance to at least 70 per cent revenue growth up from its previous 30 per cent forecast as it delivered its half yearly results.

Tetra Pak’s latest processing line for juices and still drinks reduces energy use and water consumption, providing a sustainable solution for manufacturers.

Brownes Dairy is bringing back traditional cheddar cheese to West Australian supermarkets for the first time in 14 years, and will be the only WA-based company developing the cheese from fresh, locally-sourced milk.

A network of Australian FMCG brands has launched to help weather the current pandemic. Initiated by Bundaberg Brewed Drinks CEO John McLean, its goal is for homegrown Aussie businesses to support each other.

A new five-year roadmap for Australia's edible insect industry aims to achieve a $10 million per year industry. It is being supported by AgriFuture Australia and AgThentic.