2015 has been a big year for Frosty Boy Australia (Frosty Boy), with sales well on target for double digit growth for this financial year.
According to new owner Beston, the former United Dairy Power factories in Murray Bridge and Jervois have already outstripped a production target this quarter.
Food and beverage manufacturing presented a major opportunity for South Australia’s economic expansion, with 85 per cent of the world’s middle-class population growth to come from Asia.
The food and grocery sector in western Sydney is “booming” according to research released today.
The local manufacturing sector grew for the fifth straight month, according to the Australian Industry Group PMI survey, released this morning.
This time each year IBISWorld delivers Manufacturers’ Monthly a list of the top 100 manufacturers in Australia. Alan Johnson investigates how the various sectors ranked on this year’s list.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s chairman has criticised major supermarket chains over their implementation of the voluntary grocery industry code of conduct.
The food and beverage sector has benefited handsomely from the lower dollar, according to a new report on the sector, with exports up 28 per cent.
The South Australian government has announced plans for a 40-hectare food manufacturing hub at Parafield Airport, hoping to offset some of the jobs losses from the automotive industry’s demise.
Australia’ biggest fresh dairy company, the Japanese-owned Lion, has announced a second marketing partnership in China.
Confectionery brand Cadbury has named Australian Olympic champions Sally Pearson and Anna Meares as ambassadors in the lead-up to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The Cadbury chocolate factory visitor centre in Hobart will close for good in December and, as a result, 11 employees will lose their jobs.
Smith’s Snackfood Company will shut its Smith’s Chips factory in Canning Vale next year and, as a result, 300 workers will lose their jobs.
Craft brewer Mountain Goat has been sold to Japan’s Asahi Holdings for an undisclosed amount.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has revealed the early success of its 390ml packages, which are now available fro the second time across the Coca-Cola trademark and flavours range.
Many claims are made that Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with select trading partners will benefit Australian agriculture. OECD statistics say otherwise.
Nutritional supplements company Vitaco debuted on the ASX yesterday, and has predicted the surging demand from China for its products will continue.
Climate change won’t go away. Therefore food manufacturers must start considering innovative ways to reduce food waste and become more resource efficient. Gareth Reynolds writes.
Manufacturers are urged to take advantage of one of our most cost-effective marketing tools – the Australian Made logo. Alan Johnson reports.
Redlands Estate Distillery has released the Southern Hemisphere’s first paddock-to-bottle single malt whisky.