CHEP launches national Logistics Control Centre to improve service delivery Global pallet, container and crate pooling company CHEP has launched a new Australian national Logistics Control Centre at Erskine...

Fruit and vegetables ‘out of reach’ for Tasmanians, university study The price of healthy food is unaffordable for many Tasmanian households and this is partly due to the shopping choices available...

Sysco fined $19.4 million for food safety breaches in California US-based global food marketing and distribution company Sysco has agreed to pay a settlement of US$19.4 million with the State of California,...

Metcash profits decline as supermarket war creates ‘tough market conditions’ Australian wholesaler and distributor of groceries and hardware products Metcash Limited (Metcash) has announced its results...

Australian Treasurer,Wayne Swan has disappointed food growers, producers and retailers with little new being offered them in the latest Federal budget, which was released by Mr Swan on 14 May 2013. Some...

The rate of growth in retail trade in Australia decreased marginally in the first three months of 2013, and is expected to ease further as the year continues, according to a report from grocery retail...

This article has been written as a special briefing for Australian Food News readers on an important topic. The author Joe Lederman is the Managing Principal of FOODLEGAL.  He is  both a specialist...

Kraft escalates Starbucks dispute: injunction Kraft Foods has announced that it is seeking a preliminary injunction in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York against Starbucks Coffee...