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 […]
According to Safe Work Australia, workplace hand and wrist injuries are the second most common injury type in Australia, accounting for 16,800 claims in 2019 alone. But the good news is, these common injuries are highly preventable. With the right safety tools and steps to actively prevent injury, employers can create a safer and more […]
Largely through the effects of the global pandemic, the last 12 months has seen tremendous changes in our way of life, way of working and way of thinking. This year’s Convention picks up on this theme, with a focus on some of the challenges and opportunities presented to food science and the food industry in […]
Hosted this year at Sydney Showground, foodpro promises to reunite and reconnect the industry, featuring a show floor of Australia’s top suppliers in food and beverage manufacturing. After a four-year break, foodpro will bring together manufacturing and processing decision makers and buyers for four days of collaboration, product launches, networking, and new technology. foodpro is […]
We’re excited to see our events return in 2021, as we know they play an important role in driving industries forward, and with four years since the previous event, we can’t wait to welcome you back to foodpro this year! Although the event may look a little different than normal, foodpro remains Australia’s leading food […]
foodpro exhibitors are now eligible to cover costs as part of $50M Australian Business Events Grants Program, announced by the Federal Government.
Running from 25th – 28th July 2021, foodpro is calling Sydney Showground home for the first time in next year, a “Covid Safe” venue approved by the NSW Government.
The topic of sustainability has become even more important with the increasing effects of climate change. All industries and their businesses are implementing practices to reduce waste and greenhouse gas emissions. But what exactly does sustainability mean and look like for the food manufacturing industry?
foodpro Exhibitors Eligible to Apply for Grant to Cover 50% of Costs as Part of $50M Australian Business Events Grants Program
We are excited to announce that foodpro this week has been listed on the Schedule of Approved Events on the Austrade program website as part of the Australian Business Events Grants Program with applications now open to all foodpro exhibitors. foodpro exhibitors are now eligible to apply for upfront grants, under the Australian Business Events Grants Program. […]
The COVID-19 recovery budget for 2020-21 was announced earlier in October, and it seems businesses both big and small will benefit, receiving almost twice as much in tax breaks as households.