Formerly just a NSW phenomenon (and a limited one at that), Australians across the country will soon be able to enjoy a "Frozen Oak" by popping into their local Caltex. The fusion of chocolate, ice and milk is being rolled out in Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia over the next two weeks.
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Milk is great for taming fishy odours while cooking, but it's also a fantastic poaching liquid for sturdy fish like halibut, salmon or tuna.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
The new big thing hitting our supermarket shelves is 'A2 milk'. Not only has this resulted in a great debate about whether it is any better for us than regular cow’s milk, but also a bitter feud over labelling between the big dairy companies in the Federal Court. So is A2 Milk really better for us? Let's find out.
The history of the dairy cooperative Murray Goulburn and its farmer suppliers shows how a close relationship of trust has developed and been broken with the collapse of the farmgate milk price. Roots of the current crisis can be traced all the way back to the deregulation of the dairy industry at the start of the century.
"Better social media management" isn't at the top of many companies' to-do lists. After all, who has time to faff about with Twitter and Facebook when you have an actual business to run? If you're dealing with customers on a daily basis though, it's definitely not something you want to neglect or ignore. One missed word can swiftly led to a public relations nightmare, as Coles just learned to its chagrin...
Decades of public health messages have encouraged us to drink milk to strengthen our bones and reduce the risk of fractures as we age. But dairy products have recently come under fire – and not just from paleo dieters and animal welfare supporters. Researchers have linked high milk intakes to bone fractures, cancer and premature ageing.
There's a milk revolution going on in supermarkets and it's showing no sign of retreat. Where formerly we might have had a simple choice between cow milk and soy milk, with a few other niche products available in the bigger supermarkets, suddenly we're facing a bewildering range: almond or macadamia milk? Cow, sheep, or goat? Coconut? Rice, oat or quinoa?