Processing > Beverages

What to do with excess tofu whey

29 November, 2017 by Nichola Murphy

White, rosé and red might not be the only options on the wine menu in the future, after researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) turned tofu whey into a wine-like alcoholic beverage.

5 million bottles of health drink produced

04 October, 2017

Australian family business Organic & Raw recently announced it had hit its five-million-bottle production milestone of kombucha.

Coca-Cola's $1 million prize for sugar substitute

23 August, 2017 by Nichola Murphy

Coca-Cola has launched two sweetener challenges on the HeroX crowdsourcing platform to find sugar substitutes, one aimed at the public and the other at scientists.

Coke or Pepsi? How brands can impact a relationship

16 August, 2017 by Nichola Murphy

Preferences for certain brands could be making your partner unhappy, suggests new research published in the Journal of Consumer Research.

Champion mixologist Ben Davidson joins The Drinks Industry Show

03 April, 2017

The Drinks Industry Show has appointed industry expert and ambassador Ben Davidson as event curator.

DS Triple UHT technology

03 February, 2017

DS Triple provides a range of UHT technology that aims to provide improved plant performance, reduced operational costs and leaner plant design.

Sidel StarLite Tropical base for CSD bottles

03 February, 2017

The Sidel StarLite Tropical base is suitable for carbonated soft drink bottles processed under harsh conditions.

Six beverage trends worth knowing

25 January, 2017 by Mark Dingley*

The Australian beverage market has changed, with some clear winners and losers over the past couple of years. Here are six trends worth knowing in 2017, along with the 'business takeaway'.

Hamilton range of sensors for the beverage industry

25 January, 2017

Hamilton offers a complete set of user-friendly sensors that are easy to integrate into existing beverage industry process control systems.

Alternative to evaporation for food and beverage processors

23 January, 2017

With applications in beverages such as fruit juices, dairy products, proteins, water treatment and any application where water is removed, forward osmosis (FO) has lots of potential in the food and beverage industry.

$5.3 million to find out what defines Australian Shiraz

18 January, 2017

Wine Australia has announced a six-year, $5.3 million investment in new research and development projects that will look at Australia's unique terroirs and how they influence wine style and quality.

Gebo Cermex Agility 4.0 Advanced Production Systems for beverage manufacturing

24 November, 2016

Gebo Cermex has released the Agility 4.0 Advanced Production Systems program for beverage manufacturing plants.

Grattan Institute: why Australia should tax soft drink

23 November, 2016

A report by the Grattan Institute recommends the introduction of a tax on sugary drinks in Australia to help recoup some of the costs of obesity to the community.

Tetra Pak to open US$110 million factory in Vietnam

21 November, 2016

Tetra Pak has announced it will invest US$110 million in a state-of-the-art regional manufacturing facility near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to serve customers across the region.

Where filling technology is heading in 2017

18 November, 2016

What will be happening in the area of filling beverages and liquid foods in 2017?

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