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Concern for the oceans drives consumers to 'vote with their forks’ for sustainable seafood

Jun 08, 2020 by Marine Stewardship Council

South African consumers are leading the world in consumer activism to protect our oceans and the seafood we all love. Choosing seafood with the blue MSC label is just one easy way to take action for our oceans this World Oceans Day.


WHO Guidance on Disinfection Tunnels

Jun 04, 2020 by FBR News

The World Health Organisation speaks out on the use of public systems for disinfecting individuals such as spraying via tunnel or chambers


Uber Eats reveals South Africa’s fave burger orders

May 28, 2020 by Uber Eats

What burgers locals are loving this International Hamburger Day


A message of hope from one of the world's oldest brands - Groot Constantia

May 26, 2020 by Groot Constantia Wine Estate

Two World Wars, the Boer wars, the Great Depression, the Spanish Flu, the Bubonic Plague, the British invasion of Cape Town, The Great Storm of 1865, the earthquake of 1809, the Rinderpest, several droughts, fires and pestilence are just a few of the historic challenges that Groot Constantia, as South Africa’s oldest wine Estate, has witnessed and survived in its 335 years of existence.


Local KZN communities benefit with aid from Zero2Five and Bellevue Cafe

May 20, 2020 by Zero2Five

Since the popular and buzzing Bellevue Café in Kloof has been repurposed in late April to cook much-needed meals,  which will be distributed to the needy for the duration of the lockdown by NPO Zero2Five Trust, the project has grown from strength to strength.


TOPS at SPAR Wine Show supports local wine industry & PYDA students

May 19, 2020 by TOPS at SPAR Wine Show

South Africa’s largest and most loved travelling wine show – the TOPS at SPAR Wine Show – has taken the effects of the countrywide COVID-19 lockdown on the wine industry to heart by partnering with South Africa’s top wine educator, Cathy Marston, to decant two interactive online wine courses which present the ideal opportunity for wine farms to invest in upskilling their entry-level staff at a marginal cost with direct access to the only Stage 2 Master of Wine (MW) student in Africa.


Hostex 2020 brings industry together before the storm

May 18, 2020 by Hostex

Just three weeks BC (Before Corona), the hospitality, foodservice and food & beverage industry gathered under one roof for what was widely describ


Hand hygiene is a cornerstone of food safety

May 07, 2020 by PHT South Africa

In just a few months, hand hygiene has become something that we never thought about much to something we think about all the time. ‘Nothing will


sub-Saharan Africa steps up efforts to boost local food & beverage manufacturing

Apr 21, 2020 by food & drink technology Africa

Opportunities for equipment suppliers as SSA looks to step up manufacturing capacity. Countries across sub-Saharan Africa are actively seeking to reduce their dependence on food imports and grow local manufacturing, pointing to future demand for food and beverage processing machinery and equipment across the continent. 


BMG provides critical engineering support to essential service providers during COVID-19 lockdown

Apr 06, 2020 by BMG

BMG – one of South Africa’s leading engineering solutions specialists - has been authorised to provide engineering components and support


Astral Condemns Fake News

Apr 01, 2020 by FBR Newsdesk

Astral Foods Limited (Astral), South Africa’s leading integrated poultry producer notes with concern a fake report, depicted as a “televis


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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