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Cold shock: Aussie cold chain food waste study

26 May, 2020

A government-sponsored study has found that food waste caused by deficiencies in the cold food chain costs the Australian economy nearly $4 billion.

SA dairy industry from 'grass to glass'

11 May, 2020

The South Australian dairy industry is creating 'grass to glass' branding that will audit, track and verify the state's dairy products.

2DBarcodes: the future of food safety for retail?

07 May, 2020

GS1 Australia has launched the 2DBarcode, an on-pack symbol that provides a range of data elements to facilitate food safety within the supply chain.

Solving supply chain disruptions for food exports

28 April, 2020

DHL Global Forwarding Australia is helping to meet food retail demand for Australia's high-value perishables exports.

Nestlé using blockchain to enhance coffee traceability

08 April, 2020

Nestlé will expand the use of IBM Food Trust blockchain technology, to enable consumers to trace the origins of the beans in its Zoégas coffee brand.

Smart tech helping manufacturers safeguard supply chains

02 April, 2020 by Danielle Dadello, Country Manager AU at Unleashed Software

It's time for an upheaval in the way food manufacturers use technology and supply chain processes, in order to keep food on the shelves and remain resilient.

Qld closes border but bananas allowed through

27 March, 2020

Freight trucks are exempt from the latest border control measures introduced by the Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.

Economics of the pandemic: are your supply chains resilient?

18 March, 2020 by Carolyn Jackson

Food manufacturers may be one of the few industries that could actually see some economic opportunities in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, if supply chains remain resilient.

Improving dietary supplement traceability

17 March, 2020

Manufacturers of dietary supplements are encouraged to trace every ingredient through their supply chain using MOM systems.

Danone boosts baby formula traceability

16 March, 2020

Danone has launched a digitally enabled data service for its baby formula brands, which allows consumers to verify the authenticity of the product.

Butchery improves supply chain using trackable pallet boxes

13 March, 2020

A UK-based pork butchery has improved the transport efficiency of its pork product using Trackable Dolav plastic pallet boxes.

Enhancing food chain traceability

21 February, 2020

With a lack of connection to food producers, consumers are now asking for more visibility of the journey their food has taken to get to their table.

Australian chocolatier sweetens operations using NetSuite

19 February, 2020

NetSuite helps chocolate wholesaler unlock growth, streamline manufacturing processes and maintain a family's traditional chocolate-making heritage.

Reducing food recalls through supply chain collaboration

20 January, 2020

SAI Global is urging food manufacturers and retailers to improve their food safety management systems to reduce product recalls.

Learning the recipe for streamlining food processing

03 October, 2019

TXM helped ingredients supplier Earlee Products understand the benefits of 'lean' processing and continuous improvement in their supply chain. Find out more...

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