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Foodservice Australia 2020 postponement
Organisers of the Foodservice Australia trade exhibition scheduled for November in Sydney have announced that the event will be postponed to next year. Event Director Tim Collett said “support from industry for this event has been overwhelming and we have been working really hard to make it happen, but recent outbreaks and the lack of […]
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Canadian town seeking Australian farmers and Agrifood investors
Although rising global temperatures by just two to three degrees will most likely cause crop failures in many other parts of the world, Canada,and more specifically Prairie Provinces, like Alberta, are seeing the opening up of millions of once frigid acres to the plow. The community of Parkland County, located 20 miles west of the City […]
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Keep parm and carry on, Arnott’s sheds light on the parmi/parma debate
The perfect solution to satisfy those pub cravings at home or on-the-go, the snacking wizards at Arnott’s have cooked up a delicious new flavour in their Shapes Aussie Legends range; Chicken Parmigiana. Capturing the quintessential Australian pub meal in a perfect blend of savoury tastiness, the new Shapes Chicken Parmigiana are shaped like Australia (with […]
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Melbourne’s problem for a summer of Covid might be solved by architecture
International architecture firm BVN has branched into a grassroots design solution for the pandemic era, bringing people together safely and supporting hospitality businesses that are re-opening after lockdown. The solution they found for New York, might just be the answer for Melbourne’s Covid summer. Re-ply, the brainchild of BVN’s New York studio, capitalised on the […]
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Jameson returns for Australia’s Biggest Round, helping the nation reconnect with friends
This one’s on Jameson: after a huge 2019 debut, Jameson today kicks off the second instalment of Australia’s Biggest Round, shouting 15,000 Jameson, Dry & Limes to punters reconnecting out of lockdown in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia. As social restrictions begin to ease in these states, Jameson will continue to support their mates in Victoria […]
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Take a chill pill: ancient tonics for modern stresses
Everything old is new again, as two ancient medicinal herbs used for thousands of years in the traditional medicines of India and the Pacific Islands, form the basis of two thoroughly modern supplements designed to support the sleep and nervous systems, launched by premium vitamin brand, GO Healthy. GO Ashwagandha 8000+ Stress & Energy 1-A-Day, […]
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FoodLegal has announced their latest interactive webinar: Sustainability from its core to its law: what does it mean, how is it regulated for the food industry?
FoodLegal has announced their latest event that tackles sustainability in the food industry. The event will be held online on 15 October 2020. The webinar will run from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM. This 90 min webinar provides the latest updates and exploration of the requirements and opportunities in your sustainability obligations and credentials for […]
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Beat hunger – no guilt required – with Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins
Refuel on the go until your next healthy meal with Table of Plenty’s Rice Thins, the filling snack for a busy life. Rice Thins are delicious and low in calories, but most importantly, their substantial portion size will leave you feeling properly satisfied. Available in packs of two cakes, the range comprises four tempting flavours: […]
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Aussie hospitality-tech heavyweights team up to launch SevenRooms in Australia
SevenRooms, a fully-integrated, data-driven guest experience platform for hospitality operators, continues its international expansion today announcing its launch in Australia. The Australian team will be led by General Manager, Australia, Paul Hadida, who brings a decade of local and global experience in hospitality technology to the role. “With Australian hospitality operators facing a rapidly changing […]
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