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Pernod Ricard Winemakers has partnered with South Australian based company Complexica, an artificial intelligence (AI) software specialist, to digitise and globally optimise its supply chain.

New Zealand based dairy manufacturer Keytone Dairy will acquire Omniblend for $22.6 million, with the potential for an additional $30 million, subject to Omniblend's performance milestones achievements.

Planet Ark has endorsed Alliance Paper's Rollo Wrap, an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic-lined paper packaging used for food applications

AB-InBev has launched a new can design for Corona Extra beer, doing away with external plastic packaging.

Murray River Organics has announced “the strengthening of its China export strategy”, following a new partnership deal expected to be worth more than $6.5 million in sales over the next three years.

A collaboration between O-I Glass, the Australian Beverage Council, brand agency Voice, and Monash University has created a new glass beverage packaging solution. Emma & Tom's will use the bottle for a new premium juice range aimed at the export market.

A trio of University of Sydney graduate students has found a way to produce biodegradable packaging from crustacean skeletons.

Australian organic winemaker Fourth Wave has partnered with Denomination for its latest range of lighter-style wines, Tread Softly.

The Australian food and agribusiness industry could capture an extra $55 billion by shifting its mindset around protein, Food Innovation Australia Ltd (FIAL) says.

The Victorian Government will establish a $250 million Business Growth Fund for small and medium enterprises, but is yet to provide details as to how the fund will work.

A new food safety app created by Australian tech company Virtual Manager is digitising food safety protocols, from fridge and room temperature monitoring, to activity tracking for kitchens to staff, and changing the way food outlets are managed.

The challenge of growing one of the world’s ‘super fruits’ is reaping rewards for Australia’s only commercial grower. Henry Bartosiewicz grows the ‘blueberries of the future’.

With an unbending focus on authenticity and quality, this close-knit family-run business has created success from clever products and sheer hard work.

KKR & Co. (formerly Kohlberg Kravis Roberts) has become the frontrunner to buy Arnott’s biscuits from its current owner, Campbell Soup Company.

Murray River Organics (MRG) has been granted authority to grow low tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) cannabis, it announced this week (5 July). It will grow the crop on its certified organic Nangiloc property.