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“Pretty scary stuff”: Bega Cheese chairman recounts damage from bushfires

The Australian dairy company was forced to dump around 900,000 litres of milk in the aftermath of the fires.

Qld govt savaged for offshore deal on milk

A lucrative contract to supply Queensland hospitals went to foreign-owned Lactalis Group and Lion.

Woolies’ Endeavour Drinks takes majority stake in corporate drinks retailer

Strategic partnership with Shorty’s Liquor brings fresh boost to Endeavour Drinks.

Coca-Cola honours firefighters with limited-edition can

Soft drinks giant announces million dollar relief package to support volunteers and communities impacted by fires.

Buyers warned about organic labels on nonfood products

The word “organic” is less meaningful when used on nonfood products and more subject to abuse.

Fonterra spends NZ$30m to gain control of Chilean milk processor

The purchase is part of the dairy giant’s plans to streamline operations in the country.

Aussie B Corps join global commitment to net zero emissions

Australia’s Honest to Goodness, Elkie & Ark and KeepCup were among 44 Aussie companies who joined a collective commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Woolworths comes under fire over underpayments and supply chain issues at AGM

Woolworths has discovered the pay issue also impacts other parts of the business albeit “not to the same extent as the supermarket business”.

Dairy code of conduct to provide farmers with better transparency over pay

Dairy farmers will be told what they will be paid over the life of their contracts under the new code.

Philip Morris calls for HTPs to be made legal in Australia

The tobacco company has submitted an application to the ACCS calling for laws to be amended.

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