The WFM FOOD media brand comprises two bi-monthly magazines - What's New in Food Technology & Manufacturing (food processing, packaging and design) and Prepared Food (volume and ready meals). Each magazine is available in print and/or digital format, and each has an eNewsletter service to keep you up to date with the latest industry news, views and new products in between issues.
The food and beverage industry of Australia and New Zealand is a major contributor to both commerce and employment, with a 26% share of Australia’s total manufacturing value. It is also known worldwide for continually providing the wider community with an enviable range of produce due to climatic differences across the continent.
This video explores the impact of technology on food production and development of new and emerging foods. The content covers the changes in food products available and innovation in product development as result of consumer needs and expectations. Packaging will also be investigated as to its impact on food production and the environment.
This program presents 4 case studies of sustainable agriculture. * Whole form planning: inputs, outputs, erosion control, soil management, tree planting, water management, and salinity control. * Landcare: communities banding together. * Permaculture. * Inner city gardens.
Adjacent to Cookabarra Restaurant and Function Centre you will find Tailor Made Fish Farm, a world leading Barramundi Farm and Hydoponic garden. For a great day out enjoy a tour of the Barramundi Farm and a meal at Cookabarra Restaurant.
Tailor Made Fish farm also provides and consulting and fish farming technology across the globe.
Costa meets a leading expert in the field of aquaponics and finds out how the system works. He also visits an inspiring woman who has gone to great lengths to conserve water.
This special looks at genetically modified food - will it help to feed the increasing number of hungry mouths into the future? Or is it a genetic time bomb threatening the health of crops, livestock and people? - GM Frankenfood or Famine Buster? - GM Sorting Wheat from Chaff.
The Food Processing / Manufacturing sector is where the raw foods go to be processed. This can be referred to as value-adding. In general, the value-adding is done, the greater the profit to be made. For example; wheat grains can be processed into flour which then can be processed into bread. Examples of companies involved in the food processing/manufacture sector include SPC Ardmona SaraLee and Cadbury chocolates.
The Agriculture and Fisheries sector is where all the raw ingredients for food products are grown and/or harvested. For example; eggs from poultry farms, beef cattle from beef farms, fish from the ocean or from an aquaculture farm and wheat from a wheat farm Cage Eggs or Free Range
The Food Retail sector is where the processed food products are sold to consumers. The number of companies involved in this sector is quite extensive – virtually any business that sells a processed food product. This includes 7 –Elevens, petrol stations, railway kiosks, cinema candy bars, as well as larger stores such as Woolworths, Coles and IGAs.