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World’s oldest fermented drink now brewed in the Hunter region
Honey Wines Australia is currently the only operating meadery in the Hunter Region of NSW. The business is known across the Hunter for brewing high-quality mead. What makes Honey Wines Australia stand out is the vast majority of honey used is produced from their own hives scattered throughout the Hunter Region from Toronto to Pokolbin.  Yes […]
Fowles Wine shoots in to the Top 100 ‘world’s best’ list
Fowles Wine, a boutique winery in the Strathbogie Ranges, is putting Victoria’s wines on the world stage being named in influential Wine Spectator magazine’s Top 100 list for 2020. Its Ladies who Shoot their Lunch Wild Ferment (2018 vintage) was the only Victorian vineyard to get a guernsey on the US magazine’s annual list of […]
Mintel Announces Global Food and Drinks Trends for 2021
Mintel, the experts in what consumers want and why, has announced three key trends for the global food, drink, and foodservice industries, including analysis, insights, and recommendations centred around the ‘now’ (next 12 months), the ‘next’ (18 months+), and the ‘future’ (five+ years) of consumer behaviour: ● Feed The Mind: Innovative food and drink formulations […]
Hygiene & Safety Updates for the Food Manufacturing Industry – Free Interactive Guide
Pro-Visual Publishing in conjunction with Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) and the National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA) Foundation have released their interactive augmented reality (AR) safety guide, the Food Manufacturing Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2021, distributed nationally, free of charge. The wall-mountable Guide is designed for display year-round to address topical key, […]
Glou: Melbourne’s Newest Wine Store with a Sustainable Difference
When thinking of wine-on-tap, what comes to mind is cheap, poor quality rubbish. Collingwood’s latest wine store, Glou, is determined to change this perception by pouring some of Australia’s best sustainable wine – and at a damn good price. Blurring the boundaries between retail store and tasting room, the Berlin-inspired venue, which exclusively sells wine-on-tap, […]
Melbourne patisserie power couple pass brûlée blowtorch to new LuxBite owners
Popular Melbourne patisserie LuxBite – creators of the famous MasterChef Lolly Bag Cake that broke the internet in 2013 – has new owners, but dessert devotees are being reassured they’ll still be able to indulge in the café’s vibrant macarons and stunning designer cakes. Recently celebrating a decade of satisfying the city’s sweet tooths with […]
HBC and DKSH announce a Pan-Asian exclusive collaboration for distribution of HBC branded products including across China, India, Japan & Korea
Hofseth BioCare (“HBC”) is delighted to announce it has signed a comprehensive exclusive distribution contract with DKSH for HBC’s marine branded products. The agreement covers ten territories across Asia including Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and India. DKSH will also have the right to sell “white labelled” finished products across the […]
No more than 10 a week and 4 a day
National Health and Medical Research Council confirms new national guidelines for reducing the health risks from drinking alcohol. The guidelines are the result of four years of extensive review of the evidence on the harms and benefits of drinking alcohol. They replace the previous version, published in 2009. They will underpin policy decisions and public […]
Introducing Niübi: The Newest Kid in Melbourne’s Chinatown
When thinking of affordable Asian food in Melbourne, what comes to mind are no-frills venues with quick, indifferent service from no-nonsense waiters. Not so at Chinatown’s newest pan-Asian restaurant, Niübi! Instead, sitting high in the middle of the CBD, you’ll find an ultra-modern, inviting space offering a refreshing reincarnation of the Asian dining experience that […]