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Kmart has launched a new store in Westfield Carindale in response to strong customer demand in the area.
Australian chef Matt Moran has partnered with grower-owned collective The Group to launch a new wine range.
Single-use plastics will be banned in South Australia, making it the first Australian state to introduce such a policy.
Construction has begun on Perth’s next shopping centre, which is to be home to Western Australia’s first Coles click & collect drive-through service.
CBD medicines are set to be sold over the counter in Australian pharmacies. Cannabidiol (CBD) products may be cleared for over-the-counter purchase under a proposed Therapeutic Goods Administration reclassification, opening up a potential $200 million market segment. The proposed amendment represents an interim ruling to downgrade CBD against the Poisons Stan…
Research shows that the majority of Australian buyers who discovered new products during the coronavirus lockdown will stick with the brands going forward.
Japanese drinks manufacturer Asahi Beverages will construct a $45 million recycling facility in NSW via a partnership with Pact Group Holdings and Cleanaway Waste Management trading as Circular Plastics Australia.
Unilever, which has enjoyed a significant uptick in demand for its products during the coronavirus pandemic, has committed to a net zero emissions policy for its products by 2039.
“Giving people a taste of Vietnamese craft beer in New Zealand is going to be a fun journey for us and Behemoth to work together on,” said Heart of Darkness founder John Pemberton.
Asian consumers now have less disposable income following Covid-19 and will be seeking to optimise their basket spend to prioritise health and value needs.