AMID reports of a sale looming for giant Patties Foods the acquisitions continue for the pie maker with the purchase of Victorian company Boscastle, adding a gourmet range to a line-up led by Four’N-Twenty. Patties...

Patties Foods has announced it is awaiting a proposal for its acquisition by Pacific Equity Partners (PEP). Patties Foods owns a large number of Australian iconic brands in the bakery products category....

Patties Foods yesterday announced that the recall of its Nanna’s frozen berries, following a hepatitis scare, has cost it $1.5 million of lost profit, or about 10 per cent of what was anticipated as...

Nanna’s launches ‘crumble meets cake’ new dessert Frozen fruit and dessert brand, Nanna’s, has launched a new dessert in Australia that it says “combines the comfort of cake with the cosiness...

World Health Day 2015 focuses on food safety The World Health Organisation (WHO) has dedicated World Health Day 2015, which it is celebrating today, 7 April 2015, to highlighting the challenges and opportunities...

Patties records profit growth but still assessing impact of frozen berries recall Australian food manufacturer Patties Foods has recorded a 3 per cent increase in profit to $8.2 million for the first half...

Government berry havoc as Barnaby’s Agriculture department responsible for testing inadequacies The Australian Department of Agriculture has attempted to shift its responsibilities concerning the health...

Hepatitis A crisis in frozen berries recall Food manufacturer Patties Foods Ltd is facing a major class action by people who have allegedly contracted Hepatitis A after eating the Company’s frozen berry...

Hepatitis A crisis in frozen berries recall Australian food manufacturer Patties Foods is facing serious consequences of some consumers have fallen ill with Hepatitis A after eating a batch of its Nanna’s...

Big leap in profits reported by leading Australian pie-maker Patties Foods, the maker of Australia’s best known pie, Four’N Twenty, has announced a Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) of $16.7 million for...