Our August/September issue of Food & Drink Business is here and packed with news and features for your reading pleasure. There are special features on Ingredients, Snacks & Confectionery, and Beverage Production as well as industry profiles, smart business ideas, environmental news and more. Read more
Dhuwa Coffee is one of Australia's first Indigenous owned, operated and controlled coffee brands in Australia. Founder Shawn Andrews shares how it came about and what it stands for.
Nescafé Blend 43 has committed to delivering 220,000 custom tins of coffee – around 12.5 million cups! – to Foodback for people in need.
JBS Australia recently purchased a new set of Schmitz Cargobull refrigerated trailers to safely transport their premium quality food products all across Australia.
Aaron Zerefos has acquired beverage distribution business DrinkScene, with the goal of turning it into an online one-stop shop for non-alcoholic and niche beverages in the better-for-you market.
Australian regenerative online grocery platform start-up Your Food Collective (YFC) has partnered with crowdfunding platform Equitise to raise $1.2 million for its growth plans.
Australasia's largest packaging machinery manufacturer and integrator Foodmach has appointed Andrew Marshall as its new senior project manager.
In a move to increase its presence in the rapidly developing plant-based food sector, Forbidden Foods has acquired plant-based snack bar company Blue Dinosaur for $4 million.
In a deal said to be worth more than $500 million, the Fermentum Group – creators of Stone & Wood brewery – have sold to Lion, subject to ACCC approval.
Treasury Wine Estates is one of the first wineries to join the global RE100 initiative, switching to 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2024 across the company’s global operations.
Global digital flexible packaging print giant ePac Flexible Packaging (ePac) is building a plant in Australia, with the Melbourne site set to be operational by the end of the year.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority has fined Australian Health & Nutrition Association (Sanitarium) $15,000 for discharging wastewater into a local waterway. The fine is the largest amount it can issue under its legislation.
Woolworths venture capital arm W23 has sold its 9.9 per cent equity stake in Marley Spoon for $54 million but the five-year strategic growth alliance between the companies remains.
A University of Sydney project to transition Australian pulses into protein-based food industries has received a $990,000 grant from the federal government’s Global Innovative Linkages Program.
Lion’s Malt Shovel Brewery, Kellogg’s and Yume have collaborated to produce a new limited-edition IPA Green Beer, with a touch of sustainability.
All G Foods has completed a $15.5 million seed raise to further its precision fermentation cow-free dairy technology as well launch its alternative protein retail product, Love Buds.
Woolworths Group reveals its momentum on multiple fronts in its FY21 sustainability report including around 360,000 tonnes of waste being diverted from landfill.