New regulations effective from 24 February 2024 have brought significant changes to allergen labeling in the food industry, emphasizing clarity and consistency. These changes impact the alcohol industry as well, requiring specific allergen names, bold font for allergens in ingredient lists, and separate listings for ‘Wheat’ and ‘Gluten,’ among other important modifications, all aimed at enhancing transparency and ensuring consumer safety.
In the dynamic craft beer industry, breweries face various challenges, from fierce competition to complex production processes. Brewery consultants offer invaluable expertise, helping businesses navigate these obstacles and find success through expert guidance in areas like business management, marketing, and brewing techniques.
Australia battles rising excise taxes and inflation while adapting to changing consumer tastes, with the Brewers Association advocating for lower taxes to preserve its brewing heritage.
Winely revolutionises winemaking with its cloud-based IoT sensor network, offering real-time insights that save time, enhance quality, and ensure safety. Their technology is redefining how wineries approach fermentation monitoring.
As the financial year comes to a close, businesses should prioritize completing essential end-of-year tasks such as reconciling accounts, conducting inventory checks, and reviewing financial statements to ensure accurate records and set the stage for success in the upcoming period. By dedicating time to these crucial activities, businesses can gain valuable insights and position themselves for growth and prosperity in the future.
Investing in plant and machinery is expensive, especially if it is not utilised to its full potential or if it is only used seasonally. Many alcohol companies are broadening their product lines to make fully use of their investment and market reach. For example, wineries making spirits or breweries making gin.
Wise is a financial tool that provides affordable and convenient services to users. By offering low fees, fair exchange rates, and digital convenience, it demonstrates how technology is changing the way people manage their finances.
Low and non-alcoholic craft beer is a growing trend in the brewing industry. Using various brewing methods, these brews offer delicious and satisfying options without the alcohol content.
Some recent changes in Sales Orders allow for more flexibility when applying discounts to line items or entire orders.
Our integrations with Third Party Warehouses allow you to automate the sending of products from their warehouses to your customers, from within Vinsight. The warehouses we integrate with include BAM Wine Logistics in Australia and WineWorks in New Zealand.