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Tough year for western European food retail

Without doubt, 2015 has been a year of struggle for major western European grocery retailers. Falling food price inflation has had a dampening effect...

Big shifts in Australians’ economic attitudes and behaviours

By Kosta Conomos, Executive Director – Retail Industry Group, Nielsen.Despite reports, our waistlines are growing. New long-term data from Nielsen’s Homescan Shopper Panel paints a...

Trends forecast for 2016

A hunger for ‘clean eating’ and creating ‘real’ food that consumers can identify with will be the biggest trends to influence food producers in...

On-trend launches from SunPork

SunPork Fresh Foods’ Pork Schnitzel with Peri Peri Crumb combines a mildly spicy flavour with crunchy schnitzels made from 100 per cent Australian pork...

Falafel chips pack an antioxidant punch

Yarra Valley Snack Foods’ Wholesome Food Company is passionate about producing snacks that contain no artificial ingredients. “We source all of our real food ingredients...

Ritchies Stores celebrates 145th milestone

Supplier partners were invited to join Ritchies Stores at Port Douglas, Queensland, for its annual conference on September 28 to October 2 with guest speaker John...

No end in sight to Wesfarmers’ retail growth

Comparative sales growth continues for Wesfarmers retail as Richard Goyder says the Target Q1 result has ticked the boxes. By David Burton. A week ahead of Woolworths’ Q1...

‘Walmart model’ driving competition and change

Collectively, Australia’s supermarket, grocery store and fuel retailing industries will generate an estimated $125.1 billion in 2015-16, according to IBISWorld, whose business information analysts forecast that this figure will...

Woolworths flags longer term for sales improvements

The retailer’s ‘price drop’ campaign is in place. but supermarket sales increases are a mid-term proposition. By David Burton. Woolworths’ previously advised lower margin set for the supermarket...

Ski D’Lite celebrates healthy families

Ski D’Lite has made it even easier for Aussie families to enjoy a healthy start to the day, relaunching the popular yoghurt range with 25 per cent less sugar. To mark the...

Fantastic Black Rice Crackers

In ancient China, black rice was referred to as forbidden rice as it was only available to the emperor and royal family. Now Fantastic has created a black...

Fantastic Goodies

Goodies Rice Crackers are made from rice, but with the addition of ancient grains and seeds to add extra ‘Goodies’ to ever y cracker. With...
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ISM 2021 trade fair for confectionery and snacks

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A pear juicy enough to make you blush

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