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Plastics is the fastest growing segment within sustainable packaging. However, it is estimated that 95 percent of plastic packaging material value is lost after a short first-use cycle.
FIAL had the biggest tradeshow area ever at Food Hotel China where 75 brands were represented, and connections were made with over 70 buyers.
Food waste is worth A$1.3 trillion globally due to 20-30% of food being wasted somewhere along the value chain. Food waste can be broken down into several sub-segments each representing an unique opportunity.
The food and agribusiness sector is faced with a number of challenges and opportunities related to demand, supply, innovation, and regulation that will shape the evolution of the sector over the next 5-10 years.
What if someone was able to think like you? What if that same person was able to perform tasks in the exactly the same way as you would? What if that person could relieve you of the menial tasks that you don't like to do? What if that person was a machine? What would say?
What if there was a way for holes in your packaging to disappear after tearing? What if there was a way for the collapsed jelly to regain its original shape? Read more about self-healing materials and how they can help extend the shelf-life of your product or improve your process.
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Local growers in the Hawkesbury and adjacent areas are invited to a roundtable discussion about ways they can add value to existing agricultural products and businesses.
FIAL have been successfully showcasing Australian food & beverage suppliers at international tradeshows for the past 4 years, providing companies with a low cost means of accessing new export markets and making connections with buyers. We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Gulfood again in 2018.
This short course in drying technology, presented in collaboration with FoodStream, combines the practical perspective of experienced industry professionals with the in-depth technical knowledge of drying processes.
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Are you looking to grow your business? Considering launching into other markets? To ensure that you have access to the right information, all in one place, FIAL has created a Market Insights & Information Portal thatconsolidates information from a number of sources to produce insights to support businesses interested in entering new markets.
FIAL’s Project Fund is changing the game for the industry by removing funding as an obstacle in product development. FIAL fosters a world of possibility for companies, such as Proportion, that are brave enough to walk through unchartered territories with the intention of transforming the health and lives of Australians.
"Adelaide will be at the centre of the craft beer galaxy in July when the South Australian capital hosts five major brewing events in the same week."
"The Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, Steven Ciobo, has announced the expansion of the Australian Government’s free trade agreements (FTA) Portal. The portal now contains practical and user-friendly information about exporting into an additional nine overseas markets."
ACCORDING to Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Australia is one of the world’s most efficient producers of cattle.
Chocolate consumption in Australia is on the rise, according to Roy Morgan Research, with more people in this country eating chocolate bars, blocks and boxed chocolates than in 2013. Last year, according to th