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Authentic Japanese wagyu introduced to Australian market

Japanese suppliers introduce the “Rolls Royce of beef” following change of import laws last year.

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Murray River Organics hikes prices to give growers a better deal

Prices to increase by up to 25 per cent for third party grower dried fruit.

E6T765 Plastic Waste washed up at shore, Turneffe Atoll, Caribbean, Belize

P&G joins new global alliance to tackle plastic waste

Consumer goods companies, retailers and plastic manufacturers have formed a new NGO.

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Coca-Cola Amatil signs five-year deal with Pizza Hut Australia

It will be the first time in 48 years that Coke will be sold at the fast-food chain in Australia.

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Coca-Cola Amatil cans plastic straws and stirrers

The beverage bottler will now stock fully recyclable and biodegradable straws.


Bayer reaffirms partnership with AUSVEG

The two companies are extending their strategic partnership for a tenth year.

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Costa sees shares drop 40 per cent following subdued demand for veg

The fruit and vegetable grower revealed that January trading conditions are slower than planned.


Almost every brand of tuna on supermarket shelves shows why modern slavery laws are needed

Better mechanisms are needed to trace risk exposure from fishing boat to factory to supermarket.


Price has never been so elastic

Nimble and responsive is the future, and technology to execute quickly will be the competitive advantage.


GrainCorp wants details on $2.38b LTAP bid

Earlier this month the bulk grain handler received a buyout proposal for $10.42 per share.

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