Special Report: Meat, Fish & Poultry

A new Queensland plant is gearing up to crack the market for safe eggs with Australia’s first in-shell pasteurised egg offering.

Texan-inspired foods manufacturer Texas BBQ Foods gets a new facility and a breath of fresh air.

Seasonal demand presents challenges for Ingham’s, but a new software solution is helping the poultry processor stay ahead of the game.

A lamb processor based in New Zealand has saved hundreds of dollars per week by installing a system specially designed to fill a gap in the market.

A Goulburn abattoir is turning its own organic waste and effluent into electricity to help power its operations in a recently completed biogas project.

As the worldwide trend of treating ‘fur babies’ as members of the family takes hold, the ‘humanisation’ of animals is changing the pet food market.

Meat supplier Farm Foods Butchers has undergone a playful rebrand to better connect with its core target audience – the modern family.

A large poultry production company has cracked open new levels of efficiency thanks to a locally developed control system.

While the idea of eating ‘blood sausage’ might not entice every consumer, an Irish supplier hopes to put black pudding on the menu.

The Guardian Bandsaw’s 3D vision system offers a new level of safety for meat processors.

The age of automation is offering the Australian meat industry a ‘perfect storm’ of opportunity.

Vision systems hold the key to cutting meat industry labour costs, writes Omron’s Matt Rusbatch.

In the little town of Cootamundra NSW, a machine that dispenses cooked lamb is going great guns.

The burgeoning interest in ‘meat free’ has seen business for Australia’s award-winning first ‘vegetarian butcher’, well… mushroom.

The Northern Co-operative Meat Company is on a mission to modernise. We take a look at its cold chain revamp.