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Australia explores food as computational artefact

Using food to help demonstrate the basic building blocks of computer science In recognition of food’s significant experiential pleasures, culinary practitioners and designers are increasingly exploring novel combinations of computing technologies and food. However, despite much creative endeavors, proposals and prototypes have so far largely maintained a traditional divide, treating[Read More…]

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Fathers’ food choice has a lasting effect on future health of babies: study

Principal Investigator Professor Vicki Clifton said the study found pregnant women’s dietary intake was strongly influenced by their partner. The Queensland Family Cohort study, led by The University of Queensland and Mater Research, identified an urgent need for targeted public health messaging to improve the diets of soon-to-be parents. Principal[Read More…]

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Barry Callebaut announces the official opening of its chocolate factory in Australia

New factory lines add solid and liquid chocolate and compound offerings, catering to the needs of local industrial food manufacturers The Barry Callebaut Group, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products, celebrated the official opening of its factory expansion in Campbellfield, on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia. Jo Thys,[Read More…]

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Asahi Beverages releases sustainability update

The 2022 ‘Be’ Report is Asahi Beverages’ Environmental, Social and Governance framework, supporting Asahi’s vision of bringing enjoyment and connection to everyday moments in life. Asahi Beverages has unveiled an update Report about its recent environment, sustainability and governance achievements and commitments for the future. The 2022 ‘Be’ Report is[Read More…]

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Asahi Beverages buying locally grown raspberries to support Tasmanian farmers

“This deal will enable us to plant more fruit, employ more people and give greater security and certainty to those Tasmanians we already employ,’’ Mr Clark said. Asahi  Beverages  has  taken  a  major  decision  to  support  Tasmanian  farmers by  buying 50,000  kilograms  of  locally  grown  raspberries  each  year  and  stopping [Read More…]

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