News & Events
News & Events
Flavour Creations proud to be part of the Gulfood showcase 25/02/19
Flavour Creations was proud to represent Australian food innovation at the world's largest annual food and beverage trade exhibition, Gulfood, held in Dubai (February 17-21).
Flavour Creations was one of 15 Australian food and beverage companies part of the Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL) Taste Australia collaboration. More than 5,000 exhibitors from 120 countries attended the Dubai event which attracted trade delegations and food industry leaders sourcing new products to meet expanding global markets.
Returning from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Flavour Creations Founder and CEO Bernadette Eriksen said the international exposure would provide a springboard for the company’s international export plans.
Ms Eriksen said Flavour Creations’ freeze-thaw stable Ice Cream, available in Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla and a new Salted Caramel flavour with 8g Protein, attracted significant attention at Gulfood.
“The fact that our Ice Cream can be transported without refrigeration is a big plus for export,” Ms Eriksen said.
Statement from Flavour Creations on voluntary international standardised definitions for texture-modified food and thickened flu 19/11/18
Patient safety is our top priority. That is why we have systems, processes, training tools and rigorous science to support all our products. Flavour Creations introduced a colour-coded labelling system when we first began manufacturing our ready-to-drink thickened fluids back in 2003. Click here to read more.
Non-melting Ice Cream developed in Brisbane 27/07/18
These kids have never eaten Ice Cream, but thanks to a unique creation made here in Queensland they've been able to try it for the first time. Flavour Creations has been revolutionising food in hospitals and nursing homes for years. This non-melting ice cream is the latest innovation and the first of its kind in the world. Watch the news segment here.
Flavour Creations is a fully HACCP certified facility and is authorised to produce: