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Online gourmet cheese store sales soar 36-fold in Covid’s wake

Gourmet cheese hamper firm says it sold three times more cheese within the month than its total orders last year.

Founders First takes 50 per cent stake in Torquay Beverage

Beverage firm Founders First has taken a 50 per cent shareholding and solutions partnership in Torquay Beverage Company by exercising convertible notes.

Fake ‘organic’ products frustrate genuine Australian producers

Australian Organic Limited is calling on consumers to pay attention to the official Bud certification logo on authentic organic goods.

Nestle to enter plant-based seafood category with tuna substitute

Multinational food and drink conglomerate Nestle has entered the plant-based seafood market, launching an alternative to tuna.

Aldi tops supermarket rankings (again)

Discount supermarket chain Aldi has topped the Canstar Blue 2020 supermarket review for the seventh time in nine years.

ACCC food supply-chain competition probe hailed as ‘a great initiative’

An inquiry into “harmful imbalances” in the fresh-food supply chain launched by the ACCC has been welcomed by sectors within the industry.

Woolworths, SDA drop legal fight over Woolworths pay conditions

The Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA) union and supermarket chain Woolworths have reached agreement over employee pay increases.

Grocery prices have risen since Covid-19 crisis arrived

More than a third of Australians have observed that grocery prices are increasing, at a time when income levels are constrained by the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.

Online startup supports artisan Kiwi food producers

New Zealand online business The Kiwi Artisan Co has launched in support of local artisan producers as a response to the impact of Covid-19 on trade.

Bubs Australia partners with Chinese company in goat-milk deal

Bubs Australia has partnered with Chinese food manufacturer Beingmate to produce its goat infant formula locally from 100 per cent Bubs Australian goat milk.