Cost pressures affecting Australian food and grocery manufacturers
April 28, 2022
AFGC CEO Tanya Barden says Australian food and grocery manufacturers are facing cost pressures that are starting to flow through to supermarket shelves. “All manufacturers of food and groceries are facing pressure and that is starting to flow through to supermarket shelves,” Ms Barden said. “Over the past […]
Release of Modern Slavery Act 2018: Draft Guidance for Reporting Entities
April 3, 2019
The Modern Slavery Act 2018: Draft Guidance for Reporting Entities (Draft Guidance) has been released for public consultation.
AFGC SUMMARY OF THE 2019 BUDGET
April 2, 2019
The Federal Treasurer the Hon Josh Frydenberg MP tonight handed down a Budget for 2019-20 delivering a surplus of $7.1 billion whilst proposing lower taxes and increased funding for essential services. The Budget relies on investing in a strong economy and controlled government spending to deliver the outcomes.
GOVERNMENTS RESPONSE TO THE REVIEW OF THE FOOD AND GROCERY CODE OF CONDUCT
March 27, 2019
Assistant Treasurer, Stuart Robert, has today released the Government’s response to the independent Food and Grocery Code of Conduct Review. The Review was conducted throughout 2018, led by Professor Graeme Samuel, AC, with support from Treasury. The AFGC played an active role throughout the Review process and consultations. […]
Supply Chain Newsletter - March 2019
The AFGC’s Supply Chain Newsletter for March is now available Login to the Members Centre to read the newsletter.
SCITECH NEWS - MARCH 2019
March 14, 2019
The March edition of the AFGC’s SciTech News is now available. Log in to the Members Centre to read the Newsletter.