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UTS Review - Management Influences on Innovation

University of Technology Sydney UTS on F&B companies recommends that the greatest opportunities to lift innovation culture.

Final Precinct Report

Prepared by: Food Innovation Australia Limited Ltd This Final Report summarises the activities and outcomes of Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL), an Industry Innovation Precinct, for the reporting period 1 July 2014 to 31 December 2014. Much of the information and data described in this report is an extension of the material already presented in FIAL’s 2013-14 Annual Report that was submitted to the Department of Industry and Science (the Department) for review in November 2014 and made available

WHO Estimates of the Global Burden of Foodborne Disease

Prepared by: Foodborne Disease Burden Epidemology Reference Group 2007-2015 Foodborne diseases have been an issue for all societies since the beginning of humanity. The types, severity and impacts of these illnesses have changed through the ages and are still diverse across regions, countries and communities.

State of the Industry 2015

This is the seventh edition of the AFGC's annual State of the Industry series, providing key data on the food and grocery sector in order to inform rational and face-based analysis and policy.

Building Australia’s Comparative Advantages: A 21st Century Agrifood

Business Council of Australia’s study of the Australian agrifood sector.

Feeding a Hungry Nation: Climate Change, food and Farming in Australia

Climate change may affect our food supply, both directly and indirectly. These impacts will in turn affect everyday Australian households.

European Clusters Tour Report

Europe is the home of clusters and innovation leaders and this report provides an overview of cluster organisations and how Australia can embrace clusters.

FIAL Chairman Peter Schutz Reports on His Trip to Australia-US Business Week

Peter Schutz, the Chairman of FIAL attended the Australia-US Business Week in Chicago, Illinois. Whilst there he gained insights into how companies in the US foster a culture of innovation in the workplace.

European Clusters Tour Report

Clusters are groups of similar and related businesses in a defined geographic area that share common markets, technologies and worker skill needs. By working together they can leverage each other's activities.

China Insights Report

CHINA INSIGHTS REPORTS Beginning February 2016, FIAL will bring you a series of in-market China reports that focuses on particular food products in mainland China. We hope you find these reports useful, let us know your feedback at info@fial.com.au Muesli - China Insights Report – Feb 2016 Cakes - China Insights Report – March 2016 Chocolate - China Insights Report – April 2016 Coffee - China Insights Report – May 2016 Ready Meals & Desserts - China Insights Report

Gulfood Trade Show Market Insights

In recent years, there has been a shift from traditional foods to Western-style convenience foods within the Gulf Cooperative Council. This has increasingly been driven by the rapidly growing tourist population and emerging affluence that is pushing the demand for high quality, organic and specialised foods.

Market Insights & Opportunities, Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an attractive market for Australian businesses as it imports over 90% of its food requirements and has a large expat population (including 90,000 Australians) who demand western imported foods.

Australia's recent meat export performance

Australia is a large country geographically that has the capacity to meet domestic demand for beef, lamb and chicken meat as well as efficiently supply large global markets.

CSIRO Futures Roadmap for Growth

CSIRO Futures worked with FIAL and other industry and researchers to identify major growth opportunities and what the food and agribusiness sector needs to do to achieve them.

Size of the Prize: An Overview of 16 Opportunities for Australian Food & Agribusinesses

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.

Opportunity Overview: Food Waste

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.

Opportunity Overview: Reducing Packaging Waste

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.

Opportunity Overview: Soil Health

Soil health and land management, expected to reachA$65-85 billion in 2025.Opportunities include: Agroforestry, Low-Till / No-Till Agriculture, Holistic Grazing and Micro-Irrigation.

Food Waste Report

FIAL visited key organisations to learn firsthand about food waste.

Food Waste Infographic

Food Waste Infographic

NSW Food & Beverage Manufacturing Strategy

The NSW Food & Beverage Manufacturing strategy will lay the foundations for the food and beverage manufacturing industry to remain a source of economic strength and innovation in NSW.

Counting the Cost: Lost Australian Food and Wine Export Sales Due to Fraud

Food Innovation Australia Ltd have commissioned Dr Ross McLeod to report on the economic impact of lost Australian food and wine sales in key export markets due to fraud, and to identify strategies for reducing fraud cost.

Market Insights & Information Portal: Knowledge is King

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.

Wheat a kick in the guts for fighting diseases

A new type of wheat that has ten times the amount of the fibre which helps improve gut health and also fights bowel cancer and Type 2 diabetes than normal wheat has been developed by an international team including CSIRO.