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Johnson & Johnson pledges $600,000 for bushfire relief

J&J has also donated 200,000 personal care items in addition to its ongoing product donation program.

Australian dollar rises

Aussie dollar lifts against US counterpart.

Carman’s introduces kids’ snack with a 4.5 health star rating

Aussie Oat Bars feature a customisable panel on which parents can write messages to their kids.

Caltex advances talks with Couche-Tard in hope of revised takeover offer

Caltex has entered into a confidentiality agreement to provide non-public information to the Canadian convenience store operator.

Packaging for the planet

The development of the 2025 National Packaging Targets aims to help manufacturers and retailers move towards more sustainable options.

The Jolly Miller Group invests in vegan baked goods

The business is making a major investment in a range of vegan baked goods to capitalise on the growing demand for plant-based foods.

The war on abandoned trolleys can be won. Here’s how

The NSW government is considering giving councils stronger powers that could see retailers fined for failing to collect abandoned or impounded trolleys.

Food manufacturers urged to rethink supply chain practices to decrease recalls

Monitoring indirect suppliers and implementing key performance indicators suggested to manage supply risks.

Amazon Australia files trademark for pharmacy offer

Amazon signals potential push into pharmaceutical retail in Australia.

Poll: Could supermarkets be doing more to help farmers right now?

Some milk processors continuing to pay cheques when in many cases they’re not getting the product.

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