New Products

New Riviana Pressed Pear Juice

New Riviana Pressed Pear Juice features fresh-pressed pears in tetra pak presentation Pressed Pear Juice from Riviana is now available in a 1 litre Tetra Pak – the most convenient presentation format for the healthcare market. Riviana supplies an extensive range of fruit and vegetable, condiment, rice and antipasto products and has built its reputation […] more»

Perfectly Pure Mash Makes Perfect Sense

Perfectly Pure Mash Makes Perfect Sense Made with 100% real sustainably grown potatoes, sourced fresh from the field, nothing but pure potato goes into MAGGI Natural Mashed Potato. Offering a new standard in ultimate convenience combined with a completely authentic taste. With not an additive or allergen in sight, MAGGI Natural Mashed Potato offers chefs […] more»

Nestlé Sjora Ice Blends

Nestlé Easy Ice Blends offer a simple three step 15 second solution for smoothies, frappes and crushes. Just peel off the protective wrap, take the product from its frozen tray and place in a blender, add 200ml of water, blend for 15 seconds – and it’s ready to serve. One full tray equals one full […] more»

Chris’ Dips ‘Saucier Chef Range’

Chris’ Dips, leaders in Mediterranean shared dining culture, has launched a new, easy-to-use squeezable dips and aiolis in a 1kg Food Service range. The new Saucier Chef Range puts that final professional touch to a meal – whether it’s a dollop on the side, or drizzle on the top of any dish, the range takes the current […] more»


Use financial management strategy to ensure success for the year ahead

With increasing pressure on school canteens to turn a profit and so provide a source of income which can be used to boost the school’s coffers, effective financial management strategies are more important than ever. The old days of canteens merely being expected to break even seem for the most part long gone – and […] more»

Theme days help encourage healthy eating

Creating an exciting theme day for the canteen is a great way to encourage your students to make healthy eating choices, and many canteens have at least one per term. Not only can a theme day raise awareness within the school environment, it can also tie in with broader community initiatives initiated by the National […] more»

Planning the menu in conformance with ‘traffic light’ principles

The ‘traffic light’ system adopted by government school canteens across Australia has not only been designed to provide guidelines as to which foods to favour on the menu – it’s also a way of using school canteens to set a good example in promoting healthier eating in the wider community. The aim is to ensure […] more»


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Penalty Rates: an industry problem or really a political issue?

‘The current debate on penalty rates for weekend work focus on the wrong issue’, comments George Hill, President of the “Australian Institute of TechnicalChefs”. ‘For decades, the industry has debated the problem not the root cause. It is not about penalty rates. The real issue is about appropriate level of compensation to hire a professionally trained person.’ more»

Chefs Decision Awards: Six winners announced as chefs across Australia choose best product per category

The second wave of the Chefs Decision awards has been dubbed the ‘Saucy edition’. Over 600 chefs across the nation have voted to decide the best sauce products on a range of criteria including taste, texture, ease of use, authenticity, colour and value. The six category winners are: Tomato sauce (bulk)                       –              Heinz Tomato […] more»

Fonterra Proud to be a Chef Competition

Calling all passionate apprentice chefs across Australia! The 18th annual Fonterra Proud to be a Chef competition selects just 32 applicants across Australia who will make it to the finals and join the ranks of masterchefs such as George Calombaris and Buddha Lo who all came through the program when they were apprentice chefs. Australia has a current […] more»