KATIE KINRAID, general manager of BluJay Solutions (APAC), writes that to date, the entire supply chain has been orchestrated to service “demand”, while keeping inventory and logistics costs down....

WHEN you pick up supplies at your local supermarket for tonight’s dinner, the produce will likely have come from many parts of Australia and from distant parts of the world. But some of the fresh produce...

WITH Australian food exports to China showing steady growth, ChemLinked’s China Food Regulatory Conference brought insightful analysis on the latest food regulatory trends and outcomes from China to...

THE first Australian hospital to ban fatty and sugary food and drink from its cafeteria is leading the way again in the fight against lifestyle-related disease with a ground-breaking menu for hospital...

A STAGGERING number of sheep, up to 1.4 million in the past two years, have been “exported” live across Bass Strait from Tasmania to Victoria for slaughter and processing to mainland dinner plates,...

THE Australian Securities and Investments Commission has released its first review of the rapidly growing buy now pay later industry. The review of this diverse and evolving market has found that buy-now-pay-later...

ONLINE grocery shopping has grown significantly, up 39.7% in value sales during the 12 months to October 2018 versus the prior year – well ahead of the total grocery market which grew in value sales...

THE makers of Nutella, Italian confectionary giant Ferrero has planted the last of one million hazel trees in NSW, part of a $70 million investment. Ferrero is the world’s biggest producer of hazelnuts,...

THE global livestock population is at an all-time high of 28 billion animals, dominated by chickens which account for 82 per cent – some 23 billion chooks. A US expert suggests a three-step strategy...

RISING input costs and a 10 per cent slide in capital expenditure is putting strain on the competitiveness of the domestic grocery sector, the Australian Food and Grocery Council’s annual report...