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MNFG businesses win at business awards

Four Melbourne’s North Food Group businesses won awards at the Northern Business Achievement Awards at the start of December. Brite, Melbourne Innovation Centre, Naturally Good Products and That’s Amore Cheese were all successful at the breakfast ceremony. That’s Amore Cheese took out the coveted Business of the Year award in…

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Privacy Policy

NORTH Link and Melbourne’s North Food Group believe that the responsible handling of personal and health information is a key aspect of governance and is strongly committed to protecting an individual’s right to privacy.   Accordingly, NORTH Link is committed to full compliance with its obligations under the Information Privacy Act…

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Geographic Indicators: Update

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade asked the public to submit objection letters to help identify Australian industry and stakeholder interests. These objections will be used by the Australian Government to form their arguments to the European Union. Submissions closed on 13 November 2019. MNFG worked closely with our…

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October E-News

  Celebrating our 1st birthday Food and beverage businesses from across Melbourne’s north gathered together recently to celebrate the first birthday of Melbourne’s North Food Group. Held at Melbourne Market in Epping, the event provided a great opportunity to reflect on MNFG’s successes over the last year. Thanks to everyone who attended…

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Bedford Group HiCity

Food and beverage producers eager to impress customers with quality packaging while making a positive social contribution have found the answer through their Bedford HiCity partnership. Bedford HiCity offers employment, training and accommodation to support a happy and fulfilling life for people with disabilities, while delivering a high quality service…

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Australian cheese industry threatened under new trade agreement

Australian cheese makers may be facing a re-branding nightmare if the European Union succeeds in including Geographic Indications in the new Free Trade Agreement with Australia. Under GI, Australian businesses are restricted from labelling their cheeses after regions the cheese originates from. This includes cheeses such as feta and parmesan.…

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