Increasing consumer demand for salmon has led the salmon aquaculture industry to adopt new technologies, many of which rely on compressed air.
The latest Australian Egg Industry Sustainability Report has revealed productivity improvements as well as environmental and hen welfare progress in the egg industry.
The TA1 texture analyser is an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for performing mechanical texture analysis on applications up to 1kN.
A beef processing plant in Qld is using anaerobic digestion technology to extract biogas from its organic wastewater streams.
BactoCEASE NV, launched by Kemin Food Technologies, is designed to delay the growth of foodborne microorganisms in meat, poultry and seafood products.
CSIRO and Brisbane start-up Genics have launched a method for testing prawns for a range of diseases, as the prawn industry prepares for Christmas.
Using data science and AI, a NZ collaboration hopes to not only expand production but also transition to a zero-carbon aquaculture industry in New Zealand.
A new Salmonella Enteritidis Prevention Plan (SEPP) will soon be in place in Queensland to improve hygiene within egg grading and handling environments.
Hilton Foods Australia will create 650 jobs at a meat processing and distribution facility in Queensland, providing fresh meat products to 450 Woolworths stores.
WHS Queensland is investigating after a young worker suffered serious hand injuries at a meat processing plant.
Vemag's flexible fresh meat line provides maximum flexibility in production, and instead of four lines previously required, there is now only one, reducing space requirements to a minimum.
JBS Australia has announced a paddock-to-primals traceability system for its King Island Beef at an exclusive field day on King Island, Tasmania.
The University of Queensland is developing a cloud-based solution that is designed to solve one of the key challenges to aquaculture — the outbreak of disease.
Harvard researchers believe we could be one step closer to making designer cultured meats with defined textures, tastes and nutritional profiles.
Australian coastlines have potential for commercial shellfish and seaweed aquaculture that provide food while benefiting the health of our oceans, according to research.