The AFGC's Tanya Barden highlighted the impact of export growth on the food and grocery sector on her visit to Auspack this week.

Robotics and advanced sensors are leading a “perfect storm of opportunity,” said Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), in a keynote presentation at Auspack’s Processing Forum today.

Auspack opened its doors at Sydney Olympic Park yesterday and food and beverage industry professionals took to the aisles to check out cobots in action and augmented reality equipment demos among many other innovations.

Augmented reality (AR) is one of the most exciting technologies to emerge in the intelligent packaging space, opening a world of possibilities for brand owners.

At AUSPACK 2017, a host of exhibitors will provide access to the latest thinking and technology on Industry 4.0, from information and automation solutions, to robotics and integrated coding and vision systems.

The new Ishida WM-AI, on show at Auspack, uses artificial intelligence features to improve weighing and labelling accuracy, efficiency, and productivity.

Innovative bottle designs, sustainable cracker packaging and automated meat cutting systems are among the 2017 PIDA finalists.

Ensuring product safety is one of the biggest challenges faced by food and beverage manufacturers. AUSPACK takes a look at this vitally important area of food processing.

Two key meat industry bodies will present on technology and supply chain advances at specialist industry forums on 8 March, as part of the inaugural Processing Day at AUSPACK 2017.

As a precursor to the show, AUSPACK has launched an innovative augmented reality (AR) campaign to deliver an immersive direct marketing experience.

In the intelligent packaging space, Australian companies exhibiting at AUSPACK are developing a number of solutions for brand owners.