1-2 Jun 2020


AUS-QUAL Certification Body Extends Offering with ‘Bud’ Logo Licensing Agreement

Dec 11, 2019 Business

Australian Organic, industry partner of Naturally Good, is pleased to announce the signing of a licensing agreement with certification body AUS-QUAL to offer Bud logo licensing to certified organic businesses. AUS-QUAL is Australia and New Zealand’s leading agribusiness auditing, certification and training provider. As a wholly owned subsidiary of AUS-MEAT Limited, which has contributed to […]

Pitch Perfect: How to Get Your Product on Supermarket Shelves

Sep 17, 2019 Business

A supermarket contract can be the Holy Grail for many health-focused SMEs, not only because it leads to increased sales in the short term but also because it can help legitimise a product or brand in the eyes of mainstream consumers over the long term. However, “getting on shelf’” is a highly competitive process, according […]

How Independent Retailers Can Differentiate Themselves From the Pack

Sep 9, 2019 Business

Independent retail plays a critical role in the Australian business landscape, offering consumers diversity of choice, and often incubating innovative and emerging brands before they hit the mainstream. With so many businesses itching to get a foothold in the market, it’s little surprise that the session – What Some of Australia’s Best Independent Retailers do […]

Celebrate Certified Organics this September

Sep 5, 2019 Business

This September, Australian Organic (Australia’s leading organic industry body) is celebrating Australian Organic Awareness Month! Australian Organic Awareness Month (AOAM) is Australia’s largest campaign to generate awareness and education around the term ‘organic’, whilst also promoting certified organic products across a range of different categories – from fruit and veggies all the way through to […]

How To Go Niche Without Alienating Your Existing Market

Aug 21, 2019 Business

Written by Peta Shulman. If I had to distill everything I’ve learnt into one tidy takeaway, it’s this – specialising is the key to building a sustainable and scalable business. The most memorable brands do one thing – or a handful of things – really well. They don’t try to do it all. Going niche […]

Older, Smarter, Healthier: Why Australia’s Over-50s are so Switched On

Aug 12, 2019 Business

Older Australians make up a considerable proportion of the population, with more than seven million people aged between 50 and 75 across the country. In 2017, around 14 per cent of people were aged 65 and over, but this is set to grow to 25 per cent by 2061. Over the past century, life spans […]

The Major Health Trends Driving Aussies Wild

Aug 1, 2019 Business

Consumer attitudes, expectations and priorities have changed markedly over the years in Australia as the nation’s demand for healthy, natural and organic products has matured. Clement Hery from analytics group IRI Australia revealed some fascinating insights into this topic at the 2019 Naturally Good Expo in his packed seminar session Health Trends Driving Growth in […]

Practice Makes Perfect for the 2019 Pitch Fest Winner

Jul 26, 2019 Business

The past 12 months has been a hugely successful period for Sydney based business Swag Australia when it comes to pitching. Not only did the business put forth a successful pitch on the Channel 10 series Shark Tank, they also won Naturally Good’s 2019 Pitch Fest as well! “The expo is always a fantastic opportunity […]

The Quest to Go Plastic Free This July And Beyond

Jul 10, 2019 Business

Image provided by Cheeki Globally, enough plastic is thrown away every year to circle the earth four times, and even though many companies have now pledged to reduce the amount of plastic they are using for packaging and manufacturing, there’s still much more that needs to be done. According to National Geographic Magazine since 1950 […]

Awareness Around Organics at an All-Time High as Australians Seek out Authentic Products

Jun 25, 2019 Business

Australian demand for certified organic products is skyrocketing with $1.93 billion dollars generated in domestic sales for 2018 across a wide range of products. The figure is up $256 million from domestic sales of $1.67 billion for 2017 with the total Australian organic industry now worth $2.6 billion and growing year on year. Given such […]

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