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Mondelēz to appeal Court ruling on leave entitlements

The snacking giant said the decision creates inequality between employees in the same workplace.

Sustaining Australia TV adds two more episodes

SPONSORED: Third and fourth episodes explore manufacturing innovation and building capacity.

Bellamy’s board backs $1.5 billion China takeover

Bellamy’s shares surge by 56 per cent following buyout announcement.

The quantum shift

Technology is bringing game-changing disruption to the FMCG industry, and its workforce will have to adapt quickly.

Sailor Jerry introduces first new product in nearly two decades

It is the first new product innovation from the beverage brand in nearly two decades.

Don’t cry over spoiled milk

With recalls on the rise, one Aussie start-up offers a glimmer of hope in food and beverage testing.

Keytone Dairy receives first order from Walmart

The dairy producer will provide $AU100,000 worth of whole milk and skim milk powder for the first order.

Brancourts crumbles under dairy industry pressures

Fifty manufacturing jobs gone and remaining staff hang in the balance as administrators urgently seek options for the dairy business.

Fonterra: Too early to discuss job impact from organisational changes

Fonterra told employees it was scrapping bonuses and freezing pay hikes of about 7,000 employees.

Baker & Co Ingredients factory in flames

The food and beverage factory on Yulong Close has been evacuated as firefighters combat the blaze.

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