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Wesfarmers shares soar as profit dives, Coles declines before demerger
AT A GLANCE - Australia’s biggest company by revenues Wesfarmers Ltd posted a 58.3 per cent drop in full-year profit as shares hit an all-time high on the news.
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Agribusiness gems set for Asian export upscaling
There are rich rewards for scalable agribusiness targets such as Capilano Honey delivering innovative products with therapeutic and digestive health benefits in demand by Asian consumers.
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Embattled staples seek trust and transparency
Which food staple is worried about its future, fearing a lack of community trust and industry transparency will leave it out of step with shifting consumer attitudes?
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Here’s a great checkweighing option: Matthews SmartWeigh
Here’s why this Industry 4.0-ready machine is a great option for checkweighing prepacked products…
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Monk fruit emerges as a unique solution for natural calorie and sugar reduction
For years food and beverage companies have been looking for natural alternatives to sugar. Monk fruit juice concentrate is a solution that provides natural sweetness with significantly lower calories than sugar or other fruit juices.
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Matthews’ X-ray guidance, technology sees NFP contract packer gain more SKUs
After gaining a new contract for packing baby food, a not-for-profit (NFP) contract-packing organisation wanted to upgrade its metal detection to ensure product was free of any accidental ferrous pieces.
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Food for thought: Uber model breaks new ground
See the latest example of how the principle driving the ride-sharing company Uber is being explored for application in different contexts.
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Coles plastic craze goes peak cray cray
So what if Coles extended the free handout of its “better”, thicker plastic bags to better serve the rollout of even more plastic, albeit non-recyclable, in the form of its mini toy promotion.
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Embattled food group tackles issues
Guess which well-funded food lobby has launched a new approach to tackle waning consumer trust, a rising trend against consumption and growing concerns about its negative impact on diet, animal welfare and the environment.
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KFC has a new Colonel Sanders
KFC has a new Colonel Sanders with a famous sit-com actor playing the role for the fried chicken chain’s latest oddball campaign in the US.
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Tech: IoT and supply chain management
SEE how the Internet of Things (IoT) is powering a major digital transformation in supply chain management that’s set to touch every part of the chain from floor to store and beyond.
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Wage watchdog savage, new franchisor laws
CAFÉ’S, restaurants and takeaway food outlets breaching minimum wage and penalty-rate compliance remain firmly in the sights of authorities, and recent law changes mean franchisors can now be held liable for their networks.
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Brave meat sniffers aid research
IN the name of science, and a longer shelf life, a group of brave volunteers are contributing to a research project by smelling sheep meat past it's use-by date.
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Why Wesfarmers is cutting Coles loose 3.0
AFTER a decade of turning Coles around, Wesfarmers will demerger their $20 billion supermarket business. Retail expert Gary Mortimer tells Australian Food News why Wesfarmers is cutting Coles loose, and what’s at play in the move.
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Last chance to register for FoodLegal’s Sydney Food Fraud symposium
Time is nearly up to register for FoodLegal’s 28 March Sydney symposium – “Food Fraud – Integrity, Traceability, Technologies and Regulatory Opportunities”.
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Upcoming Colmar Brunton seminar: “Unearthing the China market and its consumer”
Colmar Brunton is inviting food industry professionals to attend their upcoming Melbourne Smart Series seminar “Unearthing the China market and its consumers”.
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Simple coding and labelling acronym guide
Confused with all the coding and labelling acronyms? Our guide explaining what LPA, LA, TIJ, TTO, CIJ, DOD and LCM all mean makes it simple.
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