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FSANZ rejects claims that coloured pregnancy warning would add ‘unreasonable cost’ to alcohol industry

Food and beverage regulator revises wording of a pregnancy warning label on packaged alcoholic beverages.

Coles grants to aid bushfire recovery, sustainability initiatives

Supermarket giant aims to boost food and beverage production through grants.

MainStream Aquaculture pivots online to combat COVID impact

World’s largest barramundi producer now selling direct to the public via online store and has commenced weekly farm gate sales at its Melbourne farm.

Amazon to double operational footprint with robotics fulfilment centre

Staff will work alongside Amazon’s most advanced robotics technology to deliver a “smarter, faster and more consistent experience for its customer”.

‘Not our finest hour’: Freedom Foods to write down $60 million of out-of-date stock

Freedom Foods calls in PwC and Ashurst to investigate potential fraudulent activity after announcing a $60 million write-down from expired milk.

Supply chain cyber attacks: observations from the frontline

Lion, Toll Group and government businesses have all experienced cyber attacks in recent weeks. How can businesses protect themselves?

Supermarkets expand limits nationwide as toilet paper stripped from shelves once again

Woolworths will only lift restrictions when shopping patterns return to normal.

TikTok launches global business toolkit to help brands get creative

The aptly named TikTok For Business allows brands to create content that will resonate with TikTok’s audience.

Fonterra appoints chairman-elect

Peter McBride to succeed current Fonterra chairman John Monaghan.

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