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A government study has revealed one-in-five fermented drinks do not comply with alcohol content regulations outlined by the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) code.
A start-up developing cell-cultivated kangaroo meat technology has been a $25,000 Minimum Viable Product grant by the New South Wales Government.
Coles has signed a 10-year agreement with renewable power company Metka EGN to purchase more than 70 per cent of energy from three solar power plants.
Global metal packaging manufacturer Jamestrong opened a new $15 million, future-proofed, can making facility in Auckland last night, catering to the burgeoning infant formula market.
PepsiCo has spent $37m upgrading its Regency Park manufacturing facility in South Australia. Over the last three years, new technology has been installed and legacy equipment replaced to increase capacity and improve environmental performance.
With growth in the functional beverage space showing no slowing down, Australian Beverages Council CEO Geoff Parker takes a closer look at the sector.
Global ingredients and premix company Prinova has set up a subsidiary in Australia to better service the Asia-Pacific market. It comes as a direct response to customers wanting production support in APAC, the company said.
Coles has unveiled its first convenience-focused supermarket in Glen Waverley, Melbourne. The new ‘store of the future’ format caters to increasing consumer demand for easy meal options including prepared ingredients and ready meals.
Metallic coatings in food packaging are often difficult to recycle, but UK researches have developed a new transparent film that could replace some metallic layers.
The latest issue of Food & Drink Business has arrived. It is packed with stories on the latest trends, industry insights, case studies and product news.
Data analyst firm GlobalData looks at trends that could reignite consumer interest in the non-alcoholic beverage sector.
Bugs, mushrooms, and native superfoods are three of the six Australian food start-ups that have been selected in Mars Food Australia's inaugural Seeds of Change accelerator program.
Five food and beverage companies have made the top ten most innovative manufacturing and consumer companies in Australia, in The Australian Financial Review’s annual Most Innovative Companies Awards.
A company reorganisation was the perfect time for Danone to bring its science-based specialised nutrition portfolio together under the Nutricia brand. Kim Berry spoke with Nutricia Oceania managing director Rodrigo Lima.
Australian SMEs will be featured on the Amazon Launchpad platform designed to give them access to the company’s retail expertise and infrastructure.