The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre has launched a portal for Australian manufacturers to register their support for the national response to coronavirus.
UK brewery BrewDog will launch its Online Bar on Friday, 27 March, providing an opportunity for customers to connect and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
BDO will host a series of webinars, to lend expert support to minimise the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the agriculture industry.
A University of Sydney data study has revealed details about how social distancing could reduce the spread of COVID-19.
AIP members will have access to a webinar hosted by the IoPP, about sustainability in packaging.
New Zealand dairy company Fonterra has released its interim 2020 results, confirming increased underlying profit and reduced debt.
The agriculture industry is calling for the government to deem agriculture and the food supply chain as an essential service.
Bacardi in Puerto Rico is helping supply ethanol required to make hand sanitisers that are in high demand as a result of COVID-19, while Australia ramps up production.
The produce industry is calling for an immediate extension to visas for international seasonal workers, amid fears that many will return home due to coronavirus.
Although transmission through food is unlikely, new research finds that COVID-19 is stable for up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, foodpro 2020 has been postponed to 2021.
The Queensland Government is providing grants of up to $50,000 to agribusiness exporters that have been directly affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
In response to the UK's decision to freeze its beer tax rate at AU$1.52, Aussie brewers are calling for cuts to the Australian beer tax rate of AU$2.26.