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accc takes action against victorian meat suppliers for ‘king island’ origin claims
australian scientist takes the guilt out of the guilty pleasures of wine and chocolate
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turning a disease into a delicacy
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accc takes action against victorian meat suppliers for ‘king island’ origin claims

the australian competition and consumer commission (accc) has instituted legal proceedings in the federal court, melbourne, against two victorian meat retailers alleging false and misleading representations about meat claimed to originate from king island, tasmania. the accc alleges that hooker meats pty ltd trading as ‘peninsula bulk meats’, misrepresented in newspaper advertisements and on their website that meat they supplied was grown on king island. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 26 August 2011
australian scientist takes the guilt out of the guilty pleasures of wine and chocolate

a leading australian researcher at the australian institute for bioengineering and nanotechnology has designed new compounds that mimic the activity of antioxidants found in wine and chocolate, which have potential applications in fighting disease. dr aaron micallef is a free radical chemist and associate investigator for the australian research council’s centre of excellence for free radical chemistry and biotechnology. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 26 August 2011
federal court gives metcash green light to buy franklins

the federal court of australia today dismissed an application by the australian competition and consumer commission (accc) which sought to prevent australian wholesale distribution and marketing company metcash from acquiring the franklins chain of supermarkets from its south african owners, pick ‘n pay retailers. metcash is now free to acquire franklins for a$215 million. franklins comprises 80 corporate stores plus 10 franchised stores, all located in new south wales. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 25 August 2011
turning a disease into a delicacy

for most farmers, walking out into a field of crops to discover that their harvest has been infected by disease is a nightmare. for some corn farmers in mexico though, it is a dream come true. a fungal disease, huitlacoche, that infects maize, has been dubbed the ‘mexican corn truffle’. also known as ‘corn smut’, it has become a delicacy eaten as a filling in quesadillas and other tortilla-based foods. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 23 August 2011
plenty more fish in sea for australia’s bluefin tuna industry?

australia’s bluefin tuna industry chiefs are eager to see a higher catch quota permitted for southern blue fin tuna for the 2012 and 2013 fishing seasons. the quota is to be decided on by the commission for the conservation of southern bluefin tuna (ccsbt) which met today in sydney, australia, to discuss future quotas. the commission is made up of delegates from australia, japan, korea, new zealand and taiwan. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 23 August 2011
q&a with fao assistant director-general for natural resources, alexander mueller

water is key to food security 23-08-2011 q&a with fao assistant director-general for natural resources, alexander mueller a farmer in burundi waters her crops.the vulnerability of rain-dependent food production systems and the people who depend on them has been brought into stark relief by the situation in east africa. while the challenges of finding stable water supplies for growing crops and raising animals are many -- and vary from place to place -- investing in irrigation where it is possible, improving the efficiency of agriculture\'s use of water, and adopting water-smart farming practices can all help. more

 Source : fao.org   Date : 23 August 2011
wanted: food science journalist/editor

do you know your prebiotics from your probiotics? could you write and broadcast convincingly about emulsifiers and stabilisers? if the answer is yes, we would like to hear from you. could you join our team? we are looking for a talented science journalist/editor to join our team of food industry journalists, covering food ingredients, formulations, functional foods and dietary supplements. more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 23 August 2011
uk warns against sibutramine-laced herbal products

the uk medicines regulator has issued a warning about certain herbal products it has found to be laced with the banned substance sibutramine. beware herbals bearing sibutramine, warns the uk medicines regulator the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency (mhra) warned consumers off products like ‘instant slim’, ‘acai berry abc’ and ‘sport burner’ it said testing had revealed traces of sibutramine. more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 22 August 2011
important weather predictions for australian agriculture

australia’s huge agricultural commodity producers and price-watchers place much emphasis on long-term weather forecasting. recent market predictions might be further impacted by recent predictions for an unusual la niña-dominated wet weather pattern in eastern australia for the australian summer at the end of calendar 2011. la niña to return? the latest data from ocean pacific weather predictors envisage la niña conditions returning again to australia for the second year running. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 22 August 2011
navigating the asia pacific food industry? welcome to foodnavigator-asia.com

the leading source of news for the food and beverage industry in europe and north america has now expanded to asia, drawing on the knowledge and expertise of experienced local journalists. foodnavigator-asia.com is a new, dedicated source of news and insight for the food, beverage and supplements industries in the rapidly evolving asia pacific region. the site provides regularly updated breaking news coverage written by our asia-based journalists, to ensure that decision makers in the asia pacific region have access to the latest and most relevant business information. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 22 August 2011
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