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GSK and Novartis face penalties for misleading consumers on Voltaren products

GSK and Novartis admit that they breached Australian Consumer Law in marketing of Voltaren.

Coles rolls out bulk sizes in value push

Bulk products are up to 63 per cent off the per unit price of standard sizes.

Calling on FMCG businesses: you need a long-term approach to sustainability

Environmentalist says we’ve made a good start, but it’s not enough.

Suppliers call on ACCC to investigate retailers

Suppliers voice concerns that retailers are not complying with the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct.

Coca-Cola creates Star Wars inspired bottle

Coke creates bottle designs for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attractions at Disney.

Coca-Cola to make all small bottles from recycled plastic by end of 2019

Beverage giant also aims to collect and recycle as many bottles and cans as it sells globally each year by 2030.

Rise of veganism could see fall of Australian meat and dairy

A cafe in Victoria closed its doors following four months of harassment from vegan activists.

Supply issue leaves Coles and Woolies customers without top food brands

Mars Australia and Nestlé held back products from the big two.

Attitudes towards automation in the workplace changing

Over 8o per cent comfortable with reskilling in order to work alongside the digital workforce.

Kimberly-Clark to close Sydney facility, moving production to Asia

The closure will result in 220 job losses at the Ingleburn facility.

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