“What do you mean, the label doesn’t say it all?”

Food fraud at your dinner table You might have read the statistics. Food fraud costs the food industry more than $69 billion every year. Testing reveals one in five seafood samples are mislabelled around the world. Up to 10 per cent of global food trade is subject to fraud. And so on. But what does […]

Can wool and grapes ever get along?

Australia’s agriculture research and development corporations aren’t known for playing well together, so when word gets out that all 15 RDCs will be in one room in Canberra, anyone in agriculture who loves a brouhaha should be buying a ticket.   Wool, wine, grains, cotton, dairy, meat, meat processing and live export, plus eggs, horticulture, […]