R&D boosts profits

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A seminar is to be held in Victoria, Australia for food
manufacturers to learn how research and development providers can
improve their profits, according to a report from Industry Search.

A seminar is being held in Victoria, Australia for food manufacturers to learn how research and development providers can improve their profits, according to a report from Industry Search.

The Challenge 2005 seminar series is organised by Food Science Australia and the Victorian Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development (DIIRD).

"The seminar offers a great opportunity for business people to evaluate the different services offered by R&D organisations and to discuss areas of current interest in the food industry,"​ said the DIIRD's Director of Regional Industries,Ian Kennedy.

The seminar at Food Science Australia's Werribee site will be addressed by experts from; Food Science Australia, the University of Melbourne, the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Agrifood Technology and the William Angliss Institute. DIIRD services and co-investment programs will also be discussed.

"It will provide food manufacturers with information about how innovation and research can help to achieve a better bottom line,"​ said Food Science Australia's Dr Kees Versteeg.

It will also provide a forum for an exchange of information and ideas between small to medium-sized food manufacturers, government representatives, educators and researchers.

Related topics: Processing & Packaging

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