Latest Manufacturing News - Inside FMCG

Keytone Dairy wins distribution of Baileys non-alcoholic coffee drinks

Keytone Dairy will manufacture and sell Baileys iced coffee drinks and powdered beverages.

Blackmores to raise $117m to strengthen balance sheet

Blackmores CEO Alistair Symington said the equity raise will allow the company to pursue key strategic priorities.

Virus shutdown sinks Amatil sales

Coca-Cola Amatil MD Alison Watkins said that the COVID-19 shutdowns have caused “unprecedented disruption to trade”.

General Mills takes a balanced approach to workplace flexibility

Jennifer Higgins, national business manager General Mills Australia, shared an insight into working life at the food giant.

Heinz launches range of plant protein soups

Heinz launches plant protein-based brand to meet increased consumer demand.

J&J discontinues talc baby powder in US and Canada as lawsuits mount

J&J said it would wind down sales of the product, which makes up about 0.5 per cent of its US consumer health business, in the coming months.

Zammit Ham convicted of safety breach after employee sustained serious injury

The NSW meat company has been convicted and fined for breaching the Work Health and Safety Act after an incident at its Pendle Hill worksite.

UPDATED | Free and discounted resources for businesses during COVID-19

A collection of free and discounted tools and services for FMCG businesses, retailers and employees.

Increased pressures putting FMCG workers at greater risk of musculoskeletal injury

While most of the world slows down, some workers have never been busier. And a hidden problem is developing.

Motto Motto creates Japanese ready-meal brand to boost revenue

Motto Motto is adding to its revenue stream by tapping into its team and manufacturing capability.