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  • CAN - Can and Aerosol News - Detail
    of sales and marketing Bruce Leplaw said in Foodweek magazine When you look at the majority of quality asparagus on the market it does come out of Peru A lot of the cheaper stuff is mainly out of China and the quality is questionable he said Much of the asparagus in the past has gone to the retailers as a fresh product and there was nothing left for the canning

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    aerosol sales have grown in volume by 33 per cent representing a 19 2 per cent growth in value Reckitt Benckiser leads the aerosol segment in both value and volume with 48 per cent share of the value and 42 4 per cent of the volume of the category Its two leading brands are Air Wick and Glen 20 By volume basic aerosols are the company s best sellers Ambi

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    Australia wide competition was open to all comers and competition was fierce Bega Cheese received 22 awards on the night most notably the gold medal for Vintage Cheddar Cheese Strong Bitey and the trophy for the best cheese in all cheddar cheese classes mild semi mature mature and vintage The company also gained a second gold medal for a full fat individually wrapped slice product and a gold medallion for

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    be incapable of supplying sufficient quantities of fresh vegetables within 10 to 15 years Simply we won t be able to grow enough food to feed ourselves he was quoted as saying in The West Australian The WA Fruit Growers Association and the WA Farmers Federation WA Farmers have also outlined their concerns about current regulation and the future of the food industry in Western Australia WA Farmers Meat Section

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    with 25 per cent less sugar and fat and the National Heart Foundation s tick of approval Following on from the increasing trend by manufacturers to promote a positive nutritional profile MILO B Smart contains ingredients such as iron and iodine which are essential for childhood mental development The new formulation also offers Activ B for energy release and Promalt a specifically formulated extract of malted barley and cereals which

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    a free trade agreement between Australia and China Mr Rudd said We are both committed to ensuring that this will be a broadly based comprehensive and substantive free trade agreement He said trade officials for the two nations would meet within a month s time to begin identifying the obstacles that blocked earlier negotiations and begin drawing up a road map on the way forward He cited a free trade

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    in 2008 Vale s settlement would generally be accepted by producers and steelmakers as the benchmark contract price for the year but Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton have held out and indicated they would pursue a premium Rio Tinto has also decided to cut the volume of iron ore delivered to term customers as allowed under its contracts in order to maximise sales on the lucrative spot market A Reuters newswire report from Hong Kong citing unnamed traders and shipping officials said Chinese authorities were delaying the issue of import permits leaving the spot iron ore stranded at the country s ports Last week Rio Tinto iron ore chief executive Sam Walsh told a conference in Perth that the miner would continue to pursue initiatives to secure a premium price for its iron ore from the Pilbara region of Western Australia Rio Tinto iron ore from the Pilbara continues to be sold without the premium we believe it merits for being so much cheaper to import than iron ore from elsewhere he said Until some recognition of the natural premium of geographic proximity is possible and while the spot market continues to reward those without long term benchmark supply contracts with customers then we will do what we can to secure an appropriate return for our shareholders Rio Tinto said in December it planned to become more active in the lucrative spot market where miners can achieve up to 100 a tonne more for ore than conventional contract prices indicating the company was prepared to sell up to 15 million tonnes via spot Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton declined to comment We re not commenting at all and we wouldn t during the whole negotiation process BHP Billiton spokesperson Sam Evans said Steelmakers have also expressed concerns about BHP Billiton

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    fortune As Australians eat 116 million cans of baked beans a year local farmers are being encouraged to plant navy beans in an effort to crack the global market Heinz Australia says it has put up the price of its baked beans by five per cent because so many American bean farmers have switched to corn production Heinz gets all its navy beans from the US and Canada where the scarcity in supply forced bean prices up by 29 per cent last year With the US government subsidising ethanol as a petrol substitute some fear the switch to corn production among farmers will lead to a shortage of other food crops We have managed to guarantee our supply of beans from US farmers but we have had to pay more for them said Heinz Australia managing director Peter Widdows Retailers set the price on shelves but people in Australia will find Heinz baked beans going up around five per cent Heinz needs 65 000 tonnes of navy beans a year to meet its global baked bean requirements and we will get that from the US and Canada but prices are going up It is not only baked beans that are affected There is concern there will be shortages in all types of crops especially wheat Bean Growers Australia chief executive Mark Adamson urged local farmers to take advantage of the US shortage This is an opportunity too good to miss he said Bean farmer Gary Truss of Kingaroy Queensland says his family saw the bean s potential before most They were among the first to grow navy beans during the war They were called navy beans as they were destined for the US Navy The drought hit us but now we are planting more he said Everything we grow is

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