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Campaign aims to raise awareness for food labelling changes
Editorial
17/04/16 - A national consumer information campaign has begun to raise awareness of Australian Government reforms to country of origin labelling for food.
Forrest urges one food export brand
Editorial
28/03/16 - Andrew Forrest wants a national brand and logo to identify Australian food exports and would immediately use it on all meat shipped out of WA.
Ragazzini Rotho Model MS0
Editorial
15/03/16 - The Ragazzini Rotho MS0 is a positive displacement peristaltic [hose] pump with a “roller on bearings” design.
Should we eat red meat? The nutrition and the ethics
Editorial
25/02/16 - Many types of red meat products are available, from farmer's markets, to supermarkets, to restaurants
Farmers fear science cuts will put agriculture at risk
Editorial
04/02/16 - Australian farmers fear that sever job cuts at the CSIRO will make it harder for the agricultural industry to plan and cope with climate change.
New grapevine assessment tool aims to reduce trunk diseases
Editorial
28/10/13 - Helen Waite, PhD student at Charles Sturt University has developed a new grapevine risk assessment tool, designed to reduce trunk diseases in grapevine cuttings.
Demand for Aussie oranges soars in the United States
Editorial
09/08/13 - Australian oranges are increasing in demand in the Americas due to a shortage in Californian navels and a delay in Chile’s citrus season
Agronomist Jim Macrae (left) and Ross Hutchinson in the grain sorghum 'Roxborough' supplies to CQ feedlots
Supplier news
08/08/13 - KLR Agriculture’s Ross Hutchinson is helping to meet the demand for feed rations in the vast feedlot regions of Central Queensland.
Berri’s Mexican juice still under pressure
Editorial
31/07/13 - Berri Truly, an orange juice imported from Mexico under the Berri brand has come under further pressure from local politicians.
Supplier news
23/07/13 - The 2013 Rabobank Simplot Young Potato Grower award has gone to a young farmer from Woodstock in southern Tasmania.
Mandarins trump oranges due to laziness
Editorial
22/07/13 - Aussie consumers are increasingly moving away from consuming oranges in favor of mandarins due to the ease of consumption.
Goulburn Valley co-op launches ‘virtual factory’
Supplier news
09/07/13 - Former Heinz suppliers from Victoria’s Goulburn Valley are preparing to launch a tomato pasta sauce and organic pasta pack which will be available from July 17.

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