Today, the Australian Institute of Packaging celebrates a significant milestone: its 50th anniversary.
The AIP, the APPMA and the SCLAA will work together to pack more than 600 hampers for Foodbank to distribute to those in need at Christmas. Contact the AIP to donate items or volunteer to help.
Day two of the 20th Australian HACCP Conference got off to a slow start for some after the preceding night’s gala dinner and awards event. The speakers didn’t miss a beat, however, with first speaker Bill McBride delivering a comprehensive update and overview of the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
One item sure to be on the agenda in the coming half-century will be food: the lack of it, how to produce more of it, how to get it where it's needed and how much it will be worth. These topics - and more - were covered in depth on day one of the 20th Australian HACCP Conference.
The NSW Food Authority is highlighting the important role science plays in improving food safety and preventing food poisoning as part of National Science Week (10-18 August).
Growth in volumes is expected to continue to be a feature of the global beer market for many, many years for the simple reason that worldwide per-capita consumption is still below 30 L.
APPMA has joined the PMMI Allied Association Partner Program. APPMA has also announced it will exhibit at PACK EXPO in Las Vegas this September.
Foodbank’s Greg Warren will outline the issue of food security in Australia and the increasing demand for food donations at the 20th HACCP Conference in August.
According to Maria Said of Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia, increasing numbers of people with food allergies mean food label standardisation is becoming even more important. Said will discuss this topic at the HACCP Conference in Melbourne this August.
The program for the 14th annual Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is now available. This year’s event has the theme of ‘Supply Chain Sustainability: Exploring its impact on you and your business’.
The ISEKI-Food Association is conducting a webinar which will present data from a study that aimed to identify the skills needed by professional food scientists and technologists into the future.
The Australian Wine Research Institute is hosting a series of webinars covering a range of winemaking, winery management and viticulture topics, from climate change to phylloxera to Chinese consumer insights.
In conjunction with PAC.NZ, the Australian Institute of Packaging will deliver its Introduction to Packaging Economics half-day training course in New Zealand.
Elevating Food Safety says its Food Industry Masterclasses offer an opportunity to discover the “success secrets” of successful food industry companies and learn how to apply these strategies.
Entries are now open for the 2013 Australian HACCP Awards. The awards will commend the outstanding contributions of individuals and businesses that have demonstrated a commitment to food safety.