Chinese State-Run Sovereign Fund Among Bidders for Australian Supplement Firm Nature's Care
A division of China's state-run investment fund is believed to be among the front runners to snap up Australian vitamin maker Nature's Care, as it embarks on its second sale attempt with a price tag of around $1bn. The Australian supplement company first attempted to find a buyer in 2016. Source: Garry Scattergood, Food-Navigator, Asia Nature's Care
Food Trends to Watch in 2018
Knowing what’s hot and what’s not can help food and beverage companies to better develop, position and market products. Listed are 10 food trends expected to create buzz at retail and foodservice in 2018. Topics include: Colour Is the New Sugar; Cracked Pepper Is the New Sea Salt; Pistachio Country Transcontinental; &, Vegan and Non-GMO Are the New Green Badges of Food Formulation Courage, amongst others. Source: Judie Bizzozero, Food Insider Journal 2018 food trends
Quote for the month:
“Eating organic isn’t a trend, it’s a return to tradition” Anon.
A New Zealander has a “shell” company structure in Australia called Australian Health Products PTY Ltd. (ABN 67 092 335 638). It is maintained through an accountant and all taxes have been paid etc. but this company has not traded for some time and it never had branded products. The name/company is for sale as it’s no longer required. Please contact RFA if you are interested and we can link you to the seller.
RFA Training Courses for Listed Medicines, Foods, Cosmetics – Now Available
RFA Regulatory Affairs offers Skype training so that you can train at home or from your office at a time that suits, or you and your team can come to our office in Glebe for a group-training session. Our courses cover complementary medicines, cosmetics and food products and a range of topics from labelling to GMP requirements.
All courses are presented in a modular format of either two or three hour’s duration. Training resources are provided and certificates are presented to each participant at the successful conclusion of each module.
NEW COURSE NOW AVAILABLE!
Pharmacovigilance Obligations Training
In September 2017, the TGA released guidance on the pharmacovigilance responsibilities of sponsors. Newly developed, this training course is for sponsors and their nominated pharmacovigilance staff with complementary medicines included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods. We cover TGA pharmacovigilance obligations and mandatory reporting requirements, the what, how and when you MUST report. All required documents including SOPs and reporting templates will be provided for your future use.
This one hour training course is available via Skype or in person in our office in Glebe, Sydney. You will receive full course notes, document templates, SOPs and a certificate of attendance. This is all included in the price.