FoodLegal has announced its latest symposium, ‘Food Import/Exports – Promises and Pitfalls’. The symposium, to be held in Sydney on Tuesday 22 November 2016, will cover a number of importing and...

Despite indications the poll would be close, the London financial community has been dumbfounded by the decision of a majority of British voters to leave the European Union (EU). However, advocates of...

China is introducing a new tax which will impact Australian food companies that rely on selling their products online. Details of the tax are not yet clear however it is expected that online purchases...

For many Australians, Frosty Boy soft serve ice cream is synonymous with summer days and childhood treats. If Chief Executive Officer Dirk Pretorius gets his way, this connection and affection towards...

A CSIRO scientist has been recognised for creating a processing technology which reduces ‘dark meat’ at an Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) conference...

Tripod lettuce has been associated with 128 cases of salmonella poisoning according to the latest news release from the Victorian Department of Health today, but production has now fully resumed after...

A growing urban middle-class with increased disposable income and changing consumption patterns is creating new opportunities for Australian exporters in Vietnam, particularly in food and beverages.   Vietnam...

Australia’s pig farming and pork industry have experienced some tough conditions over the past five years.   On the other hand, strong meat prices have been a feature of the past 12 months as pork...

The Australian Nut Industry Council (ANIC) recently announced that Australian tree nut crops have delivered AUD $1 billion to the Australian economy in export earnings for 2015.   Figures like this...

The value of Australian vegetable exports has increased by over five per cent since the 2013-14 financial year, driven by strong performances from key vegetable commodities in Asian and Middle Eastern...