Knowledge Now 2010

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

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Dining out despite economic pressures

Despite economic pressures still affecting the global economy, consumers across the world are continuing to spend money on eating out. As a result the food service industry is set to grow by a whopping US$114 billion globally over the next three years.

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Here’s a great way to find out all that Australia’s premier poultry products supplier has to offer the school canteen market – check out the new-look Ingham website!

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What foods give kids a healthy start to life?

An international symposium on the role nutrition plays in the prevention and management of pregnancy complications and early childhood diseases such as autism, asthma, obesity and cancer was held in Adelaide on Friday, 30 July.

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Food Safety Supervisors set the standard in food safety

The NSW Government’s Name and Shame register has attracted more than four million hits since its inception two years ago, successfully meeting the increasing public demand for safe food information, Minister for Primary Industries Steve Whan said today.

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Soren Lascelles, Sous Chef of Sydney restaurant Assiette, is the winner of CHEF 2010.

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is using its new powers to issue infringement notices to a number of restaurants and cafACs which have menus that fail component pricing laws.

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The regional finalists in Australia’s only national competition for junior and apprentice chefs have been announced. The national winners of the Nestle GOLDEN CHEF’S HAT AWARD will receive an international travel prize worth $15,000 to advance their culinary skills – a golden opportunity to see some of the world’s top chefs in action, learn about […]

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