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The Australian Trade and Investment Commission recently released a report for Australian businesses who want to capture an export market in India.
This is to help Australian food and beverage companies analyse the Indian market and understand how high-end Australian products could gain a sustainable competitive advantage in India’s rapidly expanding top-end consumer segment.
SalDoce Fine Foods is featured as an inspiring Australian success story in the report. The company citesexportas an important factor in their business strategy. They currently export their range of gluten free baking mixes, as well as cooking mixes (vegan burgers) and their new vegan protein shakes.
YesYouCan's gluten free Red Velvet Cupcake baking mix is in Coeliac Australia Magazine March 2020 edition. The vegan, gluten free, and dairy free cupcake mix is featured as the perfect treat for all celebrations.
In this edition, Coeliac Australia focuses on March as the Coeliac Awareness Month. We support the goal to raise awareness disease and the need for it to be treated seriously.
SalDoce Fine Foods was featured in an article inThe Australiandiscussing the economic effects of the COVID-19 stretching beyond exports to China. SalDoce exports to international markets like the Middle East, UAE, and Indonesia.
Cristina Talacko, the director of the company, advises to take an objective approach and spread messages that encourage everyone to go back to "business as usual" with the right set of precautionary measures. SalDoce Fine Foods, along with other Australian business are looking forward to some normality.
Yes You Can is excited to be involved with a new marketplace style platform dedicated to the health, fitness and wellness industries.Yo Lifeis a curated, community-centric marketplace that offers a broad range of health & wellness products and services across a single platform. It’s the first of its kind and a destination that supports independent brands that are focused on healthy living.
Every year, we are proud to support charities in our community. This this year we teamed up with theAustralian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF)in their annualSun Run Cole Classic.
The Sun Run Cole Classic is organised for runners and walkers to enjoy an aquathon (run-swim-run) that starts at the Dee Why Surf Life Saving Club and ends at Manly Life Saving Club in Sydney, all while supporting and raising money for the research of cancer.
Did you know that1 in 70 Australianshave Coeliac Disease? That's355,000people who have a serious medical condition where their immune system reacts abnormally to gluten that makes it difficult for them to absorb food and nutrients properly.
Aside from the common digestion symptoms of Coeliac disease, here are other symptoms to look out for
YesYouCan held a baking demonstration in India last 27 February, 2020. The presentation was held in JW Marriott Hotel in India with Chef Sebastian Simon leading the event.
Chef Sebastian Simon is an executive chef with over 23 years of experience in hotels and clubs. He is currently a culinary instructor and industry assessor in Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. He also owns Lava Salt Consultancy, a boutique consulting firm offering food consulting services, hand-made artisan salts, and personalised chef services.
As the number of people with diabetes and food allergies increases worldwide, SalDoce Fine Foods has found a ready market for its gluten- free, vegan and plant-based protein products, which provide healthy and great-tasting alternatives.
SalDoce Fine Foods co-director Cristina Talacko moved to Australia from Brazil in 1997. While she loved her new home, she missed the foods and ingredients of her native country. In 1999, she decided to quit her legal career and start manufacturing a Brazilian delicacy called pao de queijo. Made with tapioca and cheese, the gluten-free bread – launched as Frevos – was a huge success among coeliacs, children and caterers.