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Aldi identifies modern slavery risks in local supply chain

Aldi leads Australian supermarkets with release of Modern Slavery statement.

Young non-alcoholic spirits brand Lyre’s to move into retail, on-premise

Australian non-alcoholic spirits brand Lyre’s is pursuing a stronger direct-to-consumer strategy as the firm expands its distribution.

OzHarvest opens food market in Sydney’s Waterloo

It is OzHarvest’s second marketplace to help the vulnerable in the city.

Woolies changes mask policy in response to rising case numbers

New guidance issued following the extension of mandatory masks to the entire state of Victoria.

David Jones, BP to open 21 new convenience food sites by end of 2020

The expansion will bring the total of dual-branded sites to 31 in the country.

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Earth brings plant-based ‘meat’ to the party

Diem Fuggersberger speaks exclusively to Inside FMCG about the launch of a meatless finger food range at Woolworths.

Jasper Coffee charts expansion into Asia

Specialty coffee roaster Jasper Coffee is preparing to export its products to new and emerging markets in Asia.

Nestle to invest $90 million in Blayney factory expansion

Nestle Australia will invest $90 million in its Blayney site in Central West region of New South Wales, where it manufactures pet food.

Foodstuffs South Island taps into customer data

The supermarket and grocery cooperative has joined its North Island counterpart in using a new customer data science platform.