CSIRO’s food innovation centre for industry

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Victoria is home to CSIRO’s food innovation centre. The centre makes it easy for food, ingredient and equipment manufacturing companies to access CSIRO’s extensive expertise, technologies and support in innovation. Click on any of the headings below to find out more.

  • With our expertise in advanced separation technologies, we help industry extract valuable components from agri-food streams in an environmentally sustainable manner.

  • If your goal is creating value-added manufactured food products that are cost efficient and appealing to consumers then CSIRO can help.

  • CSIRO’s food innovation centre explores the science of milk to create commercial opportunities for new dairy products.

  • CSIRO’s food manufacturing research and development pilot plants are unique national facilities which offer significant expertise, technologies and infrastructure to the food industry.

  • We work with the food manufacturing industry adopting and developing new technologies and process applications for safer, fresher and healthier foods.

  • We research, develop and deliver value-added opportunities for industry in horticultural and grain products.

  • Accessing intellectual property and patented know-how created by CSIRO can provide ready-to-go solutions to innovation challenges and generate first-to-market commercial opportunities for companies through licensing arrangements.

  • With our expertise in muscle foods, we assist the meat and seafood industries with a broad range of quality issues and new product opportunities, from improving colour and tenderness to value adding and extending shelf life.

  • If your goal is demonstrating the health benefits of existing or new food ingredients, foods, diets or technology products that are cost efficient and appealing to your end-user, then CSIRO can help.

  • CSIRO’s sensory, flavour and consumer science expertise is unique in that it integrates flavour science, objective sensory science and consumer acceptance and food choices.

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