Presented by Chris Preston and Fiona Fleming of the Australian Food & Grocery Council, this workshop is designed to help you to find out what you need to know and do in order to be compliant with the new mandatory Information Standard under the Australian Consumer Law which regulates country of origin information for food sold in Australia.
The AIFST in conjunction with CSIRO and FIAL is pleased to present a networking event for business leaders, CEOs and SMEs based in Victoria. World-renowned speaker Dr Andre Teixeria will be presenting his ‘Must-Knows to Remain Competitive in the Food Industry for the next 12 months.’
On 1 July 2016, a new mandatory Information Standard under the Australian Consumer Law was introduced regulating country of origin information for food sold in Australia. This detailed and complex standard may be difficult to navigate to find out exactly which requirements applies to your food products.
Our food consumption and eating patterns are constantly shaped by the world around us. Historically, we see food trends influenced by social change and world events, the environment, economics, medicine and technology. However, we must also acknowledge that if you are in the food business, you are also in the fashion business...
Digital disruption plays a big part in transforming the way companies and agencies operate, and how they talk to their customers. This is no different for the food industry. We take a sneak peek into the mind of one of Australia’s most reputable speakers on future trends to find out about digital disruption and what this will mean for the future of food.
Joining a member organisation means you join a community of like-minded professionals. They tend to host both professional and social events throughout the year, which are both great ways to get to know your industry peers, and more importantly, for them to get to know you.