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Chinese now make up nearly half of Aussie university’s oenology places

Chinese now make up nearly half of Aussie university’s oenology places

One Australian university has seen an almost three-fold increase in Chinese enrolments in its winemaking courses over the past five years.

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Japanese e-commerce site allows customers to choose by aroma

AGRANA has bought a fruit processing plant in India.

AGRANA Fruit expands into India through acquisition

Sophia Nadur, speaking at our Food Vision Asia summit.

Functional beverages in Asia: Start-ups need to 'redress the health balance'

The Maple Guild uses a proprietary steam evaporation process to make ingredients with a lighter maple flavor.  The Maple Guild photo.

Rapidly expanding Vermont syrup maker launches line of 'enhanced' maple waters

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GST will ‘make food cheaper’, but drinks firms brace for price rises

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Breaking into the milk market: India’s top dairy alternatives

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‘Informed’ Chinese millennials shun Asian fruit in their juices

The YMCA is now focussing on removing sugar-containing sports drinks from its establishments. ©iStock

Sales of sugar-containing sports drinks facing a ban in some of Australia's leisure centres

Companies like Lavazza would see significant sales growth if they embraced the instant coffee mix trend in Asian markets, according to Euromonitor International. ©iStock/ itman__47

Lavazza mirrors global coffee market targeting North America, but it must look to Asia for future growth

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