Coca-Cola Amatil is hoping the upcoming launch of a new product this month will reverse the company’s falling Australian revenues.
Kraft has agreed to a merger with Heinz, which will create the third-biggest food and beverage manufacturing company in North America.
In not much over a decade, Frosty Boy has increased exports from almost nothing to three-quarters of its business, selling into nearly 50 countries. Brent Balinski spoke to CEO Dirk Pretorius about how they’ve done it, and why he sees 15 – 20 per cent growth per year as sustainable.
Brazil’s JBS has been given approval to acquire Primo Smallgoods.
Australian Tartaric Products grape waste-powered biomass reactor has saved the company over $2 million in power bills so far, according to the company.
Betta Maid’s bakery at Unanderra was temporarily shut yesterday, with the company applying for and passing a re-inspection related to salmonella.
An agreement has been reached between Darrell Lea’s owners and the union representing former workers over redundancy entitlements.
Blocks of Cadbury family-sized blocks of chocolate will be reduced by one row, with high manufacturing costs blamed.
IBISWorld has released the latest version of its beer manufacturing industry research figures.
Workers at the International Flavors and Fragrances factory in Dandenong are in the second day of a sit-in.
Confectionery business Betta Foods is in voluntary administration, only three months after it was acquired by Re:Capital.
Ernest Hillier, a century-plus old, Melbourne-based chocolate maker, has appointed administrators this week.
The Ceravolo siblings Joyce and Joseph have spoken about the inter-generational handover in their third-generation fruit producing business.
3D Systems has previewed its CocoJet machine for 3D printing chocolate at this week’s CES show in Las Vegas.
Australia’s growing appetite for healthy, pre-packaged salads is seeing the construction of the largest fresh cut salad facility of its kind in NSW.
A Wellington, New Zealand man is currently raising money for what he says is an innovation in coffee-making.
The Australian Made Campaign has welcomed the Government’s moves to expand Australia’s access to the burgeoning Chinese market.
For the global mergers and acquisitions market, 2014 has been a year of strong recovery.
The Australian Food and Grocery Council has said there are no plans to yield to a “misinformation”-based anti-halal movement.
An agreement between the AMWU and Simplot to vote on wages next week was reached yesterday.