Penalties for pricing breach 'grotesque'

Restaurant & Catering has called for the suspension of penalities issued to restaurants and cafes for breaching the all inclusive pricing law on their menus.

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Kitchen garden program to keep sprouting young chefs

Thousands more Victorian school children will be growing, cooking and eating their own food at school thanks to an expansion of the successful Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program.

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The Federal Court has ordered two restaurants to pay a penalty of $13,200 each for breaching the all-inclusive pricing law on their menus, following action by the ACCC.

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NSWFA

The NSW Government’s annual report card that details food inspection activity in the food retail and foodservice sector across the state’s 152 local council areas has been finalised, Primary Industries Minister Steve Whan said today as he released the information.

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Are you Proud to Be a Chef?

Fonterra Foodservices is calling all apprentice chefs aged 18 or over to enter Proud to Be a Chef 2011.

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Shane Middleton and Cameron Wetton

Shane Middleton and Cameron Wetton have triumphed for the second consecutive year in the Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat Award.

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The Official Great Aussie Meat Pie Competition™ celebrated its 21st birthday at Fine Food Australia 2010.

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Knowledge Now 2010

Just like the Federal election, the inaugural “Knowledge Now” competition has gone down to the wire.

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