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Foodtech Packtech has kicked off this week in Auckland, New Zealand with more than 250 suppliers exhibiting their wares across four halls at the ASB Showgrounds, making it the largest edition in over a decade.

The ACCC has warned dairy processors not to mislead drought-affected dairy farmers on milk prices.

As the strawberry contamination crisis continues to unfold, a Queensland strawberry farmer has forked out thousands on a metal detector.

AUSPACK will return to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 26 to 29 March 2019 and the show floor is filling up fast.

Fonterra has announced a $NZ196 million loss - the first in its seventeen-year history - thanks largely to an unprofitable Chinese partnership and a legal settlement.

Camel milk from QCamel, regional biogas hubs from Utilitas, and new processing technology from Heat and Control are among the innovations being profiled in the third edition of FIAL's annual showcase.

Coca-Cola Amatil is expanding its coffee offerings with the launch of a new premium product called SoCo for top coffee venues.

New Zealand’s biennial food and beverage industry trade show kicks off next week and will feature the latest supplier offerings across four halls at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.

Brownes Dairy will join a panel of experts to explore how The Convenience Culture is influencing packaging choices at the Food & Drink Business LIVE breakfast forum.

Japanese beverage giant Kirin Holdings is mulling the sale of its Australian business Lion Dairy and Drinks.

Ice cream maker Bon Appetit Australia, which recently rescued the Dairy Bell ice cream business, has entered voluntary administration.

Extra help is on the way for drought-affected farming communities thanks to hampers packed by Foodbank.

Cold fusion honey, shiitake dumplings and native fruit extracts are among the winners of Fine Food Australia's Best New Product Awards.

Controversy continues over the purity of honey, with new reports emerging that question the motives of the horticulturalist who funded the testing.

Eating meat is seen as a symbol of power and status according to new research from Monash University and the University of Technology Sydney.