Aged care choking deaths rising, but preventable
PEOPLE are increasingly choking to death in aged care, an alarming fact made worse by the lethal multiplier laid bare in early Royal Commission talk – a lack of adequate supervision. Read More

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Australia’s premier food industry event is on this week – going?
Craft brewer claims a first with biodegradable packaging
Feel free to create tasty food with vegan L-cysteine
Proseal follows Queen’s award with new TTe tray sealer
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Damaging metabolic effects for inactive, young, obese people who consume soft drink regularly
WE know drinking soft drink can be bad for the waistline, now a study by Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute researchers provides evidence of the damaging metabolic effects on overweight and obese people who regularly consume soft drink and sit for long periods.
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What to do about trade mark theft in China
REGISTER your trade mark prior to doing business – or risk losing your right to register and use it in China.
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How beer consumption is slimming but our ‘guts’ continue growing
A SPIRALLING decline in beer drinking is leading Australia to a 55-year low in alcohol consumption, though figures show ours “guts” continue growing.
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Australia’s premier food industry event is on this week – going?
ARE you going this week to Australia's premier food industry event?
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Craft brewer claims a first with biodegradable packaging
URBAN Alley Brewery, located in Melbourne’s inner-city Docklands District, launches this week with a purpose.
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Feel free to create tasty food with vegan L-cysteine
WACKER offers the first plant-based L-cysteine that serves as a building block for meaty and savory flavours.
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Beefing up with the Jones’s, meat gives status for aspirationals
NUDGING people to feel either higher or lower in socio-economic status, for example through social comparison or marketing messages, could influence levels of meat consumption.
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Eco claims lead booming coffee pod sales
THE coffee pod is banned in some places yet it belongs to a market worth more than $10 billion a year. There's an eco-friendly middle road.
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Food resilient as July retail sales fizzle
FOOD, cafes and restaurants remained resilient as July sales figures fizzle amid blows to consumer confidence and spending.
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Eat your veges: See the latest marketing push
NUTRITION and corporate leaders have joined to launch the latest attempt to get Aussies to eat their veges.
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Are vegans villains in the fake honey furore?
VEGANS have been drawn as villains in the fake honey furore with Australia’s honey bee council sour on the consumer watchdog and a state food authority for failing to ban a company selling apple juice concentrate as vegan “honey”.
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How AI knows what you buy and what you ought to buy
THIS shift from reactive to predictive marketing could change the way you shop, bringing you suggestions you perhaps never even considered, all possible because of AI-related opportunities for both retailers and their customers.
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New aged care food and drink framework coming
PEOPLE living in aged care are a vulnerable group with unique food needs. A new framework is coming soon, regulating food and drink for this rapidly growing demographic.
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Campbell Arnott’s takes top award for sustainable packaging
CAMPBELL Arnott’s Australia has been named as the major winner at the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation's annual awards, recognised for their ongoing commitment to sustainable packaging.
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Proseal follows Queen’s award with new TTe tray sealer
PROSEAL has launched its first tray sealer since winning a Queen’s Award for International Trade 2018.
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Foodservice solutions in growing out-of-home breakfast market
AUSTRALIA'S out-of-home breakfast market is currently worth $7.7 billion, and growing, creating demand for solutions for hospitality and foodservice operators..
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Show medals for curry paste newbies
PROVING Royal Agricultural Society shows are more these days than judging sponges, the maker of an Indian and Asian food range - Turban Chopsticks - has come away with eight medals from two shows so far this year.
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