Sustaining Australia TV adds two more episodes
Sustaining Australia TV (SATV) is a new online program, produced by ASN Media with the support of the Australian Food and Grocery Council. Take a look behind the scenes to see key trends and technologies that are making it easier to buy your food and grocery products.
Presented by award-winning journalist Anjali Rao (CNN, Sky News, The Project), SATV is a four episode online TV series. Last week, the first two episodes were outlined in an Inside FMCG article.
To meet ever-changing consumer taste profiles, while keeping prices affordable, the importance of agile and efficient manufacturing processes is a key focus for the food and grocery supply industry. In the third episode of Sustaining Australia TV we explore Manufacturing Innovation.
In this episode we learn from Maxum Foods about the latest innovations in dairy ingredients supply. This is followed by an in-depth look at the rise of digitalisation and automation at Coopers Brewery, who’ve partnered with Siemens to update their processes. We hear from Justin Sargent at Nielsen on overseas trends and speak with thought leaders at AFGC’s Food & Grocery Australia Conference on future trends.
In the fourth and final episode for 2019, SATV explores the importance of Building Capacity across the industry. This ranges from attracting and up-skilling talent, through to collaborative projects with other businesses.
We look at the clustering program that has been initiated by Food Innovation Australia Ltd (FIAL) to drive growth in regional areas from Tasmania to the Sunshine Coast. Learn about Future Trends with industry leaders. See the importance of developing new skills in workforces with The Gap Partnership and the future of talent in the industry overall.
The program is presented in an on-demand format, so you can watch a whole episode or individual pieces of content: choose whatever is of most interest to you.
You can find the full program on the AFGC’s website here: satv.afgc.org.au
Episode Three: http://bit.ly/satvep3
Episode Four: http://bit.ly/satvep4
You can learn more about the Australian Food and Grocery Council here.
To become a member, contact the AFGC at email@example.com or on +61 (02) 6273 1466.