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Dear loyal reader, best wishes for the season
Dear loyal readers, Australian Food News will be taking a break over the Christmas holiday period, returning in 2019 with a new mission. Stay tuned, and you'll never go hungry for our special brand of industry insight.
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Kroger’s driverless grocery delivery program moves ahead
KROGER is progressing its driverless grocery delivery pilot by moving this week to remove humans from the vehicles and going full-on with a self-driving "car".
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Ugly fruit finds love in for-purpose orange juice vending machines
ForPurposeCo, the innovation arm of food rescue charity OzHarvest, has launched Juice For Good an Australian-first vending machine that uses imperfect and blemished oranges.
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Fruity convention central to sex scandal demise for ‘sugar daddy’ MP
ONE of the world’s major fresh fruit and vegetable trade shows is at the centre of the sex scandal that’s claimed the scalp of disgraced “sugar daddy” MP Andrew Broad.
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Coles CEO tells us what’s coming in 2019
COLES CEO Steven Cain has answered five key questions about 2019 as part of an annual survey of key business leaders.
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Is good: New marketing and innovation boss at Don Smallgoods talks ‘premium-isation’ and ‘free-from foods’
PREMIUM-ISATION and free-from foods are two prominent trends that gained momentum in 2018, according to Nick Hickford, the new marketing and innovation director of Don Smallgoods.
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Many people have a hard time swallowing. Help them to ‘eat, drink and be merry’ this Christmas
SWALLOWING food, drink, and saliva is a central part of our lives. It’s something we do about 900 times a day, yet we barely give it a second thought.
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Woolworths CEO tells us what’s coming in 2019
WOOLWORTHS CEO Brad Banducci has answered five key questions about 2019 as part of annual survey of key business leaders.
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New unpaid family and domestic violence leave entitlement available to all employees
ATTENTION employers, all employees can now take unpaid leave to deal with family and domestic violence, following a recent change to the Fair Work Act 2009.
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