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Procurement

How food export bans, from India to Argentina, risk fuelling inflation

How food export bans, from India to Argentina, risk fuelling inflation

It only took 24 hours last month for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government in India – the world's second-largest producer of wheat – to shelve its plans to "feed the world". In April, Modi had said publ...
How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine might affect the global wheat market
Rabobank sounds warning of food price inflation
Beef prices rise as global supply gets ‘very tight’ – Rabobank
Australian olive oil brand Squeaky Gate expands into vinegars

Procurement Archives

Artisanal turn: the rise of cold brew and nitro coffees

Coffee has been the saving glory for many during the long months in lockdown and has served as the ultimate survival met...

Woolworths commits to use 100 per cent renewable energy by 2025

Woolworths is the latest business in Australia to commit to power all of its operations through renewable energy by 2025...
Nespresso capsules

Nespresso, UNSW find new uses for recycled aluminium-based food packaging

Capsule-coffee brand Nespresso and researchers from the UNSW Smart Centre have discovered new ways to use aluminium recy...

Nestle uses insect proteins in pet food in environmental move

Nestle's Purina brand is launching a line of pet food using insects, as it tests more environmentally sustainable protei...
home cooking

The revival of home cooking

Pre Covid-19, shoppers were driven by key macro trends including convenience and ethical consumption, but now consumers ...
Deep-fried fish

Simplot Australia caught mislabelling imported fish as local product

Simplot Australia has agreed to change its packaging after an ACCC probe caught the company labelling imported fish as '...

Social-enterprise bakery The Bread & Butter Project opens in Woolworths Sydney store

Australia’s first social-enterprise bakery The Bread & Butter Project has partnered with Woolworth to open a concession ...
Diana Scott

A new frontier for ethically produced pet foods

In just three years, Frontier Pets, a business that sells ethically-produced pet foods, has grown from 85 customers to m...
Image of woman using phone

Why FMCG brands will expand via AR and digital platforms next year

How L'Oreal and HiSmile tap Gen Z and Millennial consumers via Snapchat.
Oreo cookies

Arnott’s vs Mondelez: the battle of the biscuit giants

Arnott’s and Mondelez recently launched new biscuit products at the same time, in differing ways. But who won in store, ...
Unhappy shoppers

Research finds big gap between shopper and retailer expectations

More than 70 per cent of Australian consumers believe they are usually better informed about products than the frontline...

PepsiCo sets global 100-per-cent renewable electricity goal

PepsiCo is targeting to source 100 per cent of its global electricity requirements from renewable sources by 2030.
Matt Moran

Grower collective launches premium wine range

Australian chef Matt Moran has partnered with grower-owned collective The Group to launch a new wine range.
Office worker laid off

Permanent support for JobSeeker needed for sustainable recovery, says ARA

Permanent support for JobSeeker or a similar scheme is needed in order for Australia to have a sustainable recovery, say...

Aldi customers pick the best products of 2020

Australians have chosen the Essential Health Paw Paw Ointment as the most-loved product at Aldi’s People’s Picks awards ...