23-26 Jul 2023
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Industry News

foodpro 2021 important event announcement

Aug 19, 2021 foodpro News

Since the postponement back in June, the foodpro team have been working closely with the industry and monitoring the COVID-19 situation and multiple lockdowns across the nation. With the situation in Sydney showing no signs of improvement the difficult decision has been made to cancel foodpro 2021, scheduled to run 10-13 October at Sydney Showground. foodpro aims to […]

Into the future with plant-based products

The burger is an excellent example that a diet without animal ingredients is not only possible but is delicious too. Whether it’s the ‘meat’ patty, cheese, mayonnaise or sauces, everything can be made free of animal products with Gold Peg’s innovative food processing solutions. The numbers speak for themselves According to the latest research from […]

foodpro postponed to October 10-13 2021, Sydney Showground.

Jun 25, 2021 foodpro News

As the situation in New South Wales and Greater Sydney in particular in regards to COVID-19 has been unfolding rapidly.  foodpro have been closely monitoring the situation and implications for the upcoming event, scheduled to take place next month (25-28 July) at Sydney Showground.  In response to the recent developments and ongoing uncertainty, the difficult decision has been made to postpone, foodpro will now […]

Innovative Technology Right Here, Right Now

Innovative for you At Gold Peg, the team are passionate about innovation. Their purpose is to match their innovative food processing equipment to customers’ needs, so they are always at the forefront of food technology. They are here to tell you that your food manufacturing business will grow exponentially with Gold Peg’s cutting-edge machinery! And […]

The Open IIoT Group Exhibits Demo Unit at Foodpro 2021

Started up in 2018, the Open IIoT cohort was formed to promote and assist with the adoption of Industry 4.0 among manufacturers. “As component suppliers with a global presence we have a wealth of knowledge and examples in various countries, industries and applications. The adoption of Industry 4.0 was well established in Europe (where most […]

Sustainable, Plastic Free Labelling | Wedderburn Compostable Labels

Jun 16, 2021 Packaging

Wedderburn searched the globe for a sustainable, plastic free labelling solution to offer customers who need labels but are committed to reducing their impact on the environment. Four years ago, we partnered with sustainable material company Bio4Life to introduce the Wedderburn plastic free, Compostable Label range. They have been helping businesses around the world transition […]

Motoring a manufacturing revival for the food and beverage industry

Written by Elan Anbanandam who is the Automation Product Manager at ANCA Motion ANCA Motion’s innovative technology will be demonstrated at foodpro Food and beverage is an important part of manufacturing, itself an important sector in rebuilding the Australian economy post-pandemic1. Food is the biggest part of the local manufacturing industry. 35 of the top […]

In conversation with Brett Wiskar | The Future of Food Technology

Tell us about your role at Wiley? Brett: “I’ve been with Wiley for more than five and a half years, which was my first point of entry into the food industry. Wiley, however, has a long history in the food industry, with facility design and engineering of processes and systems, and delivering commercial outcomes for […]

Dynavac Food Freeze Dryers

Today’s consumer values have led consumers to demand maximum nutrition from high-quality food sources. The Freeze-drying process was developed by NASA in the 1960s to preserve the full nutritional value, colour, shape, taste, and aroma of the original raw food and to produce light-weight food packs with indefinite shelf life. The Freeze-drying process maintains 100% […]

Combat food fraud: Meet Misa

What’s on your plate? Food fraud is an ever-present danger around the world. Despite increased regulations, huge scandals still occur regularly, such as deliberately tainted infant formula (2008), or the horse meat affair in the UK due to improper labelling (2013). Other more common examples include the adulteration of highly valued items with lower cost […]

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