In reference to the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) website,“The protection of the health and safety of consumers is a fundamental requirement and a legal obligation of all companies involved in the production and sale of food and grocery products.” Quality control covers KAGOME’s entire process, from tomato seed management and growing crops through to in-store displays. The minimized use of agrochemicals and…
Why the Pouch is a better choice than the can: NO knife NO can opener NO injuries TRANSPARENT POUCH to see what you buy NO allergens, 100% AUSTRALIAN GROWN LESS waste LESS freight LESS cost NO foreign currency exposure; price in Aussie $ MORE product but LESS space on your shelf NO risk of metal…
Kagome is set to expand with a $21 million investment in the Echuca plant. Acting Victorian Premier Peter Ryan and Member for Rodney Paul Weller announced government support of hundreds of thousands of dollars during their visit to the factory on January 7, 2014. Investment will flow into 3 key projects – the growing and…
Last week our second brand new Flash Cooler was installed on site… Cranes have been a common feature at the factory of late!
The canola harvest is well under way at KAGOME, and we can proudly boast that our crop is not Genetically Modified!
Did you know that we are going to start processing carrots in early 2014?? This means we can employ more local casual workers for longer!
The Fair Food movement is coming…will this transform how we think about food in Australia? Watch this YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXSaAaGKFqg&feature=youtu.be Help keep Australian Grown products on the shelves!
Love the idea of clearer labelling…currently “Made in Australia” doesn’t actually guarantee there is any Australian-grown ingredients in a food product! http://www.motherpedia.com.au/article/67122/country-of-origin
If you didn’t catch the TodayTonight coverage of this Farmer Forum in Shepparton, the biffo can be seen at on their website… Australian farmers are left devastated by cheap imports and high tariffs, desperate for answers from politicians and supermarket giants. http://au.news.yahoo.com/today-tonight/consumer/article/-/18562446/australian-farm-crisis/
The debate continues: do you want your children and your grandchildren to still be able to buy food grown in Australia when they grow up? If you want to see the survival of Australian Rural Farming come to this FARMERS FORUM on this Tuesday 13th at 1 pm.