The idea of ordering slaughter-free authentic meat is becoming a reality, says Professor Johannes le Coutre, a food scientist from UNSW Sydney’s School of Chemical Engineering.
Accenture’s Cohort ’21 initiative helps circular-economy innovators from across the globe showcase and scale their ideas for upcycling waste to create a more sustainable world. To contribute to the collective effort, join The Circular Accelerator’s Circular Community Action Group.
Western Australian globe artichoke producer Mt Lindesay has teamed with researchers at Murdoch University in a project to validate key properties of their artichokes.
Commonwealth, State and Territory government funding is available to help Australia’s food, beverage, agricultural and ancilllary organisations, big and small, revive and thrive post-pandemic.
Federal government launches $1.38m food & beverage grants initiative and industry-led sector road map
The federal government has opened grant applications to food and beverage manufacturers under its $1.3b Modern Manufacturing Initiative. But act fast: the application window closes at COB 27 April.
The New South Wales Government has committed $100m to help existing regional businesses grow, boost regional job numbers, and encourage interstate and overseas firms to invest in non-urban NSW.
A new report from ABARES details global megatrends set to shape the future of our nation’s agriculture sector – from data-driven disruption to dramatic climate change.
The federal government is consulting key stakeholders on current and emerging technologies in the health and agriculture sectors that could advance or undermine Australia’s national interests.
SME CRC industry participants may wish to apply for the Australian Manufacturing Growth Centre’s new Commercialisation Fund. It offers dollar-matched grants of between $100,000 and $1m to small-scale, collaborative manufacturing projects.
A recent World Economic Forum report contends cutting supply-chain emissions to near-net zero by 2050 is more readily achievable than you might think. And the food and ag sector could do the most to help.