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Astral Condemns Fake News

Apr 01, 2020 by FBR Newsdesk


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Load Shedding - How to prepare to be in the dark for 2020

Mar 09, 2020 by Food Focus


With a major retailer blaming load shedding as a factor in their predicted 15-20% drop in headline earnings this month, it is clear that power uncertainties are a huge business risk.

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South African Food Fraud Trends for 2020

Mar 06, 2020 by FACTS FOOD AND ALLERGY CONSULTING AND TESTING SERVICES


As we enter a new decade, several new product development trends can be seen; among these are the use of Agtech, as well as the creation of smaller-portion foodstuffs designed for solo living individuals, to minimise waste.

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Food Allergen Trends 2020 and Beyond

Mar 05, 2020 by Facts Food and Allergy Consulting and testing Services


Trends in the field of food allergies are difficult to pin down to a specific year. They are influenced by a multitude of factors, including long-term research projects.

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Packaging and Labelling Trends for 2020

Mar 04, 2020 by MITAS CORPORATION PTY LTD


If you are looking to stay ahead of the game in 2020, you need to be aware of how consumer demands are driving packaging trends. Mitas Corporation shared their thoughts on trends we will see in the year ahead.

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Industry Waste Management Plan on the way for the Paper & Packaging Industry

Mar 03, 2020 by The Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF)


At the time of withdrawing Section 28 notice, Creecy stated "I am of the view that a new approach is required in order to achieve the same objectives that were intended when this Section 28 notice process initially began.

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Global Food Fraud Trends in 2020

Mar 02, 2020 by Decernis - A Foodchain ID Company


Ensuring food integrity and preventing food fraud is an ongoing challenge in 2020. Based on what we have seen with tracking food fraud reports, added value clams (such as organic, “cage free,” halal, etc.) will continue to be an area that is prone to fraud without effective oversight.

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