Carbonates have traditionally led global soft drink consumption, but things are about to change. In 2015, for the first time, packaged water will overtake carbonates, according to new forecasts.
Applications for the 2015 Drive Your Career program close on Friday, 8 May.
Beverage filling and packaging technology manufacturer Krones has purchased labeller manufacturer Gernep Group.
Submissions have opened for the eighth annual Queensland SCL Awards, presented by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA).
CHEP Australia recently came up with a way to encourage customer participation and help a great cause at the same time when it committed to making a donation to Foodbank, Australia's largest food relief organisation, on behalf of those who agreed to participate in a market insights initiative.
Foodservice Australia 2015 will be showcasing the latest offerings in the food and hospitality industry from 31 May-2 June.
Policymakers in Europe are calling for action to restrict industrially produced trans fatty acids (TFAs) in the food chain. Currently, only three EU member states have passed legislation that restricts TFAs, but the WHO recommends that TFAs be virtually eliminated from the food supply.
Tightening legislation around nutritional claims has set back product activity in the digestive health segment, but despite these difficulties, digestive health claims continue to grow. In 2014, more than 3.2% of products launched carried digestive health claims, up from 2.7% in 2009.
Creative Gourmet and Nanna's brand frozen berries will now be sourced from new farms and factories and will be subject to stricter microbiological testing than before, Barnaby Joyce and Fiona Nash said in a statement.
$11 million in grants is up for grabs for small exporters - but applications close soon. The government's Package to Assist Small Exporters provides funds to small exporters of dairy, meat, eggs, fish, horticulture and grain products to help them grow their industry.
If you were asked what Australia's largest horticultural export is, would you think of nuts?
This year's 48th Annual AIFST Convention will be bigger than ever - two conferences in the one place - as it will be joined by the Australian Food Microbiology Conference at Sydney's Luna Park.
The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) Convention will be held in 2015 in conjunction with the 15th Australian Microbiology Conference.
Exponential growth in affluence of the middle classes in Asia, regional population growth and new trade agreements with China, Japan and Korea offer Australia's agribusiness sector the potential to increase its agricultural and food-based exports by more than 45% over the next few years.