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Sodexo will purchase 100 tonnes of surplus food every year for the next three years from social enterprise Yume. The company has purchased more than 190 tonnes of food from Yume since 2018.

When milk tea brand 9Cha launched in 2019, its founders Sean Issell and Jay Shao had their eyes firmly set on the Asian market. COVID-19 forced a rethink and revised domestic campaign.

Each month, in Food & Drink Business magazine, we ask an industry leader five questions about their working life. In August-September we talked to the new General Mills ANZ MD Matt Salter.

In what New South Wales Department of Primary Industries is calling a world-first, it has launched an AMS Integrated Management Model tool to assist farmers when using automatic milking systems.

The Australian Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) has awarded 10 companies $6 million in grants through the federal government’s Commercialisation Fund.

Ingredient manufacturers have an important role to play when it comes to sustainability. Lisa Flower from Chr. Hansen looks at how the biosciences company is playing its part.

In food and beverage processing, quality is primarily about food safety, which is non-negotiable. Asset performance is key for food and beverage processors to reliably produce safe food at the lowest cost.

Slater and Gordon has filed a class action against The a2 Milk Company in the Victorian Supreme Court, alleging it breached the Corporations Act and continuous disclosure rules.

With quality and traceability more important than ever, Rob Cheesman from professional services firm Kettering explains how it worked with Bundaberg Brewed Drinks to reach the global gold standard.

DrinkWise is partnering with the Endeavour Group to run an Australian first pilot program, positioning zero, low and mid-strength alcohol at the front of selected BWS and Dan Murphy’s stores.

Food Futures Company, Grow, and Austrade have selected eight agrifoodtech food and beverage companies as the inaugural cohort of GROW2Asia, a program to fast-track expansion into Asia.

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) achieved a 96.7 per cent recycling rate and has committed to 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2024 its latest sustainability report says.

Fifth generation peanut farmer Ben Rackemann talks about what it means to produce the main ingredient for one of Australia’s most loved spreads, Bega's Peanut Butter.

Lion managing director James Brindley has resigned, with David Smith, currently managing director Southern Europe for Diageo, named as his replacement.

Wide Open Agriculture (WOA) reports significant progress in its lupin protein project, the location for its in-house pilot manufacturing facility, new products, a new appointment and an invitation to Asia.

Former CEO of Asahi Beverages Alcohol Scott Hadley has been appointed CEO of Tasmanian food and beverage company TasFoods. The company has also announced a new CFO, Shona Croucher.