The following permit has been issued by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA): Previously held by the former NRIA, the permit expired in September and the new permit is held by the AOA. A full list of current chemical permits and label registrations fo
It’s clear Tasmania produces quality olive oil, with growers collecting 20 medals at the annual Australian Olive Association awards. Tasmanian Olive Council president Christine Mann, from award-winning Glendale Olives at White Hills, said the state had 21 entries and walked away with
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International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) and local producer ALTO Olives have partnered to create an exclusive blend of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO). More great promotion of Australian EVOO, particularly Panetta’s comments about the health benefits.
Need some food labelling know-how? CSIRO is hosting free interactive online workshops from around the country until November 13. Attendees will have the opportunity to have a free one-on-one meeting with the presenters for a product assessment and discussion about their business needs
Food starts-ups are currently being sought for the Australian Chobani Food Incubator program. Combining Monash University’s Food Innovation Centre facilities, supporting new product development, innovation and quality, with Chobani’s expertise in sales, marketing and customer engageme
CSIRO is investigating producing products/ingredients from potentially lost produce and by-products obtained on-farm and during processing. It is seeking national data to map the amounts of losses in specific locations. The data could be used to create value-adding regional hubs and p
The final Olives NZ Focus Grove Project Field Day will be held at Olives on the Hill, Mangawahi next Monday. ONZ EO Gayle Sheridan said that more than 100 people have already attended across the regions, with numbers ranging from 12 to 30+, and much has been learned by all involved. “