On 26 February, Lindt held the grand reopening of its chocolate cafe in Martin Place, Sydney. The store, which was originally opened in 2004, recently underwent renovations to bring a brand new concept store to the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
The SIAB International Techno-Bake Exhibition, which was due to be held in Verona in May 2013, has been postponed to 2014.
The 20th Australian HACCP Conference will explore a range of topics, including Australia’s role in a global marketplace, Australian technical updates and new issues for food export.
Dr Helén Williams, senior lecturer in energy and environmental systems at Karlstad University, Sweden, and visiting academic at RMIT in Melbourne, will speak at the AIP March Technical Dinner.
A triennial event, the 10th SIAB International Techno-Bake Exhibition will not only exhibit enhancements to traditional sectors but also new and innovative developments in the baking industry.
AUSPACK PLUS 2013 will be bigger than ever, with conference organisers announcing an expanded floor space due to high demand.
With a Global Packaging Trends theme and international speakers from the World Packaging Organisation, the AIP National Technical Forum will be a must-attend event on the 2013 calendar.
Husky Injection Moulding Systems has kicked off its Husky World Tour 2013, a series of customer events that will take place throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region.
Packaging trends and innovations will be key topics of conversation at the AIP’s first NSW Technical Dinner for 2013.
Summing up the food labelling debate in Australia, AFGC CEO Gary Dawson likened it most appropriately to a piece of food that looks dry on the outside, but is hot and spicy when you bite into it.
Science writer Julian Cribb warns of a series of ‘tipping points’ - points of no return that the global food system will reach in the next 50 years unless there is a radical change to farming systems, cities and the world diet.
With 22 weeks to go, 90% of the exhibition space for AUSPACK PLUS 2013 has been sold, which organisers say is a testament to the show’s track record.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will run its half-day Flexible Packaging and Bioplastics training course again in 2013.
A few regions in Australia have the perfect terroir for producing great wines, being situated in climatic ‘sweet spots’, but these sweet spots may be turning sour as the climate changes.
The AIP has announced it will run its Introduction to Extrusion Blow Moulding Half-Day Training Course again in 2013. Stephen Barter will again present the course.