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Co-Innovation Webinar

Interested in ways innovation and the pace of practice change can be fostered?  Then this Webinar, presented by Dr James Turner from AgResearch in New Zealand, is for you.
It introduces work from the Primary Innovation project, led by James, who is a Senior Resource Economist.  The project worked with a cross discipline team (pastoral, horticulture […]

A Peek at Your New Plate: How You’ll Be Eating in 2019

New York Times journalist Kim Severson has put together her list of what Americans will be eating in 2019.
The Next Lettuce
The great romaine scare of 2018 — a strain of E. coli that was eventually traced to a reservoir in California — has helped make lettuce ripe for a new star in […]

Cheese tea: the improbable new food fad going mainstream

It sounds ridiculous but cheese tea is tipped as one of the big food trends of 2019, according to the New York Times which dubbed it “the thing you will try against your better judgement”. First concocted in the famed night markets of Taiwan, cheese tea is a cold tea, usually green or black, topped with a thick […]

Victorian food and fibre export performance 2017–18

Food and fibre exports from Victoria reached a record $14.1 billion in 2017–18, an increase of 11 per cent (up $1.4 billion) on the previous year. Several industries grew significantly including meat, wool, prepared foods and wine.
As Australia’s largest value food and fibre exporter, Victoria made up for 27 per […]

Food Innovation Network’s Will Taing and Angeline Achariya appointed to AgriFutures new advisory panel

The Victorian Food Innovation Network’s Will Taing and Angeline Achariya have been appointed to AgriFutures new expert advisory panel to support the establishment of high potential rural industries.
AgriFutures Australia Managing Director, John Harvey, said the new Advisory Panel is an exciting development for the organisation and has been formed to […]

Success Stories: Exploring opportunities for Australian and Asian food entrepreneurs

Asialink Business and Monash College recently ran a forum on what makes a successful international food business. The forum was chaired by Mark Crosby, Director, Bachelor of Business, Monash University with panellists Ryan Ching, Co-Founder, Banh Mi Kitchen, Hong Kong and Angeline Achariya, CEO, Monash Food Innovation Centre.
Angeline discussed the increasing consumer interest in where […]

OzScientific expands capability for new product development

OzScientific Pty Ltd has been a member of Victorian Food Innovation Network (FIN) from the start.  We provide commercial food innovation and product development services to food and beverage manufacturers.  With our growing capabilities and expertise, we can transform your great idea into a new food product.
We have recently expanded […]

Australia-Hong Kong FTA

Announced on 15 November 2018, the Australia-Hong Kong FTA agreement guarantees certainty of access for Australian suppliers of education, professional, financial, transport, construction, tourism and recreational services – representing the best commitments Hong Kong has ever offered to an FTA partner. Modern trading rules on e-commerce, financial services, telecommunications, and […]