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As doors opened for Day 3 of foodpro 2023, the Food & Drink Business media hub fired up for another day of live podcasting, video interviews and visiting as many stands as possible.

Our Food & Drink Business foodpro podcast hub went live with journalist Pippa Haupt, who welcomed Nelson Chymiak from Burkert as the first guest of the day on the podcast’s YouTube live stream. For those who missed the live stream, head to Food & Drink’s LinkedIn page to watch.

Simon Camilleri from Wine Industry Services then joined Pippa Haupt to share some insights about sustainable automation in the wine sector. 

Pippa then went to explore the show floor, and publisher Lindy Hughson took over hosting duties, and sat down to talk with  Harald Hendriks from Pac Food about sustainable food packaging. 

Editor Kim Berry was then joined by guests visiting all the way from Queensland, Nicole McNaughton from Food & Agribusiness Network and Ben Gebert of Food & Fibre Gippsland to discuss the power of collaboration in the food industry. While on the podcast, it was officially announced that Food & Agribusiness Network had appointed McNaughton as CEO

Later in the day, Kim Berry was joined by Rod Lewis from Extracta for a timely conversation about preventing food waste going to landfill. 

Also on the podcast...

Packaging News

Under pressure from shareholders to cut costs, Unilever has released a revised sustainability strategy that CEO Hein Schumacher describes as “unashamedly realistic”, while critics call it shameful.

Warwick Armstrong is the new managing director IPE Pack Oceania, joining the company with a wealth of experience in the Australian packaging industry, and deep knowledge of equipment and materials.

The ACCC has instituted court proceedings against Clorox Australia, owner of GLAD-branded kitchen and garbage bags, over alleged false claims that bags were partly made of recycled 'ocean plastic'.