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Franchising worldwide continues having a 90% success rate as opposed to 10% for those starting a business on their own and whilst the sector in South Africa contributes around R721 billion to the country’s GDP, there are still many...
DSA has now embarked on a different approach in the design and functionality of it’s current Guide to Dairy Product Labelling in South Africa by making it electronically available in a downloadable format which will be regularly updated as legislatio
When it comes to beverages, carbon dioxide (CO2) provides effervescence, a level of acidity and some protection against microbiological growth without the beverage looking, smelling or tasting strange, and without any undesirable levels of trace impu
A study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reveals that individuals are putting themselves at risk of illness when they wash or rinse raw poultry.
British shoppers will be able to buy environmentally friendly, healthy and affordable food under plans for a radical shake-up of the UK’s food industry.
Information regarding the upcoming National Biogas Conference to be held from 14 August 2019...
KFC South Africa officially launched its new Hot & Crispy chicken. The producers of the world-famous original recipe have brought another international favourite - Hot & Crispy into South Africa, giving local customers something new to enjoy and off
Plagued by rising energy costs, a lack-lustre investment climate with onerous legislative barriers to doing business and rampant lawlessness, Minister Patel re-iterated that these barriers to growth are high on the President’s agenda through a combin
Sustainability White Paper, by Bjorn Thumas, TOMRA Food´s VP Business Development, Product Management Food Sorting and Marcom Food. While you may think you know what the word ‘sustainability’ means for your business, in reality it isn’t just about in
In his State of the Nation Address last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa highlighted the importance of focusing on the National Development Plan, and taking ACTION to ensure its success as a critical element of growing the South African economy.
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