About Author

Ruth Hogan

I am the Editor for Inside FMCG website and magazine. Before joining Inside FMCG I worked as a Communications Officer at a disability rights organisation. Over the years I have worked in various journalism and communications roles both in Ireland and Australia. I hold a degree in Journalism from Dublin City University.

Ruth Hogan, Author at Inside FMCG

Philip Morris calls for HTPs to be made legal in Australia

The tobacco company has submitted an application to the ACCS calling for laws to be amended.

Rural retailers descend on Sydney for Christmas market

Businesses from drought-affected communities have set up shop in Martin Place today to encourage Christmas shoppers to buy from the bush.

ACCC says Asahi-CUB deal could reduce competition in cider and beer

The proposed acquisition would combine the two largest suppliers of cider in a highly concentrated market and could lead to higher prices.

Millennials drive growth in organic wine

Health-conscious consumers are fueling demand for sustainable and vegan wines.

Nuchev makes ASX debut

Goat milk formula manufacturer lists as a publicly-traded company and positions for further growth.

‘Naturalness’ a key factor in driving purchases, Globaldata finds

Consumers in APAC are highly ingredient-aware and are basing their purchasing decisions around this.

Jayne Hrdlicka steps down as CEO of a2 Milk

Former a2 Milk chief executive Geoffrey Babidge will act as interim CEO as a global search for a new leader commences.

Woolworths opens its most sustainable supermarket at Burwood Brickworks

Woolworths’ Burwood Brickworks store a culmination of the retailer’s sustainability efforts to-date.

Woolworths names chairman-elect for Endeavour Group

Appointment of food and beverage industry veteran Peter Hearl is subject to shareholders approving the Endeavour restructure in the coming weeks.

Nestlé launches gender-neutral parental policy

Nestlé employees worldwide set to benefit from more inclusive parental support.

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