Tetsuya Wakuda by Eva Rinaldi, Sydney Australia

From the 16-18 November, two hundred of the world’s top chefs celebrated Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in Monte Carlo at a culinary summit.

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When you’re catering for school functions, fundraisers and other events, it’s important to strive to keep the menu as ‘green’ as possible. For some advice in this regard, we spoke to Barbara Eden, nutritionist at the National Heart Foundation in NSW, which has collaborated extensively with the NSW Ministry of Health, Department of Education and […]

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Set on an impressive 120 hectare site, Hurlstone Agricultural High School is 105 years old. In addition to providing school canteen and food catering services to its day and boarding students (which naturally remains the school’s top catering priority), Hurlstone Agricultural also caters for special events, some of which include the wider community. The school […]

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James Skinner with winning dish - Beef Islands

NSW Country Areas Program (NSW CAP) is an equity campaign which aims to improve education and learning opportunities for students and schools in isolated areas. In 2012 the program introduced an initiative to expose rural students to healthy diet and lifestyle choices through a culinary and community learning experience – CAP Chef. CAP Chef exposed […]

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G’day from Asia! I have been here for almost four years now, and within that time I have received a number of emails and phone calls from quite a number of companies in Australia on how to do business in Asia. Some I have dealt with previously in business, and others have sought my advice […]

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Wheat ear

An analysis of the primary production sector has shown that a surge in Chinese demand has increased Victorian food and fibre exports by nearly $1 billion, The Australian reported.

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Chinese Cuisine

As new direct flight services from China start arriving in Cairns next week, the city’s Chinese restaurants are preparing new menus to cater for tourists.

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Supermarket

Woolworths has reported a 3.4 per cent rise in sales for the first quarter of the 2013 financial year, following a rise in fruit and vegetable prices.

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