A Mid North Coast pick-your-own fruit farm hit by a lockdown-linked lack of visitors has saved truckloads of strawberries by paying a local contract manufacturer to turn them into 25,000 jars of jam.
Organic banana-grower cooperative Pacific Coast Produce has teamed with Queensland’s Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to find ways to reduce in-transit waste and deliver fruit of reliable quality.
China is boosting its resilience to supply-chain shocks by building high-tech vegetable-growing facilities close to cities across the nation.
In the lead-up to its inaugural Food Systems Summit, scheduled for September 2021, the United Nations is gathering input from a broad array of stakeholders to flesh out the Summit agenda. The Summit focus is on developing more resilient, sustainable and equitable global food systems.
An investor-inspiring recent read from food-supply-chain technology specialists Culterra Capital delves into the important but oft-overlooked ‘in-between’ world of food supply-chain tech.
Australia’s national science organisation has teamed with national vegie producer Fresh Select to launch new food manufacturing company, Nutri V, which plans to process surplus fresh vegetables into powders, snack foods and more.
To minimise costly food losses in the journey from farm to fork, it makes sense to invest in logistics software that spans the entire supply chain.
The Australian Government introduced game-changing waste management legislation into Parliament this week with the Recycling and Waste Reduction Bill 2020.
A new Fight Food Waste CRC project will explore the potential for turning green banana waste into high-nutrient, high-value horse feed.
A new study has found that food losses resulting from cold-food-chain deficiencies cost nearly $4 billion p.a. in farm-gate value. The solution, contends AFCCC chair Mark Mitchell, lies in transparency and cooperation.