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A new $66 million facility in Melbourne’s northern outskirts will “secure the future” of smallgoods manufacturer D’Orsogna, MD Greig Smith said at its opening this week.

Bellamy’s full-year profit almost halved to $21.7 million in FY19 from $42.8 million in FY18, due to "challenging period".

Sunfed CEO and founder, Shama Sukul Lee, had a troubled relationship with meat. Driven by developing "a meaty experience" without the animal, she's about to take the product global.

Gourmet deli and entertaining food manufacturer, Fine Food Holdings opened its new $10 million factory yesterday. Food & Drink Business was there.

Finding the balance between innovation and the rigid requirements of a food production company is a challenge the MD of Newly Weds Foods, Calvin Boyle, enjoys. Kim Berry reports.

Research is underway on how to best manage food industry involvement in diet and health research, as well as better ways to protect scientists’ work from industry influence.

If food quality and safety standards are to be embedded in a company’s culture, a shift in focus is needed, McCormick & Co director of Global Quality Systems and Food Safety, Jill Hoffman said at this week’s APAC Food Safety Conference.

In the non-dairy milk category, Almond Breeze is a brand that has made bold moves to achieve phenomenal results. At Food & Drink Business + PKN LIVE breakfast forum on 11 October, we'll find out how.

A S Harrison & Co has been providing specialised raw materials for almost 100 years, with its Performance Ingredients division offering a broad range of food products including beef powder.

Pioneers of the Australian native food industry, Ian and Juleigh Robins have worked tirelessly to support Indigenous communities with their Outback Spirit brand.

The AIP’s ‘Tools to Meet the 2025 National Packaging Targets: PREP & ARL’ training course will return to NSW and Victoria next month.

New challenges across a “host of areas” face the food regulation sector, Food Standards Australian New Zealand (FSANZ) says in its 2019-20 Corporate Plan.

Australian Food and Grocery Council CEO Tanya Barden says research by the Council shows the value food and grocery manufacturing brings to the economy and local communities.

CSIRO scientists have development new technology to detect gluten in any food and show which grain it comes from, helping to track any contamination in the raw ingredient supply chain, as well accuracy in pack labelling around gluten-free claims.

The 155-year-old milk pasteurisation process is being challenged by a new patented technology from The Wholey Milk Co. Doris Prodanovic reports.