Tag: manufacturing

Why you should ask to pay more for a good cup of coffee

When prices are too low, the whole industry suffers and becomes unsustainable. By Pablo & Rusty’s Coffee Roasters CEO Abdullah Ramay. Nothing breaks my heart more than paying a low price for a well-brewed...

Drinks industry adapts and carries on

The non-alcoholic drinks industry’s second year dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic again showed the leadership it had demonstrated in 2020, says Australian Beverages Council Head of Corporate Affairs Cathy Cook. “What the Australian...

Jobs recovery must focus on skills for an Aussie-made future

The Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) released on 16 December makes a start on the essential task of upgrading manufacturing workforce skills to drive strong economic and jobs growth, the Australian...

Woodside’s proposed acquisition of BHP Petroleum not opposed

The ACCC will not oppose Woodside Petroleum Limited’s proposed acquisition of BHP Petroleum International Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of BHP. Woodside and BHP Petroleum supply domestic natural gas in Western Australia,...

ACAPMA and Convenience World: industry advocacy partners

Australasian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association (ACAPMA) and Convenience World have announced a five-year partnership to enhance the vitality of retail within the small format petrolconvenience retail channel via fact-based advocacy and...

Fresh look rises at Laurent Bakery flagship

First opened in 1993, the French artisan bakery and cafe has expanded its flagship site in Melbourne’s Como Centre. Laurent Bakery has come a long way since opening its first boulangerie on Toorak...

Challenges in coffee sourcing for 2022

After a tumultuous 12 months for Australian coffee roasters as Covid-19 lockdowns impacted city cafes and caused volatility in consumption patterns, roasters need to come to grips with the even greater challenges...

Opportunities with supercharged socialising

As lockdowns lift and restrictions ease, we can expect an even busier summer entertaining season. By Norrelle Goldring. The summer months are traditionally the biggest for socialising and entertaining, and the season this year...
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