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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Results suggest that multigrain and wholegrain breads are increasing in popularity as consumers seek more healthy and nutritious food... While taste and texture and value for money are the major criteria consumers use in making their decision to purchase bread in a retail store, interest in fair trade and sustainability is important to a significant number of consumers... The majority of consumers (86%) indicate that they may be willing to pay up to 10% more to purchase bread that has been derived from wheat that has been grown in a more sustainable manner...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
When the Kadamani family moved to Australia from the mountains of Lebanon, they hungered for the traditional, flat bread readily available in the Middle East... Mrs Kadamani began making her family "mountain bread", a thin, dry style of bread with a soft texture... The company now sells its bread products in Australian supermarkets, speciality restaurants and health food stores, in outlets in South Africa, Britain and the US, and the Middle East...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Working in CSIRO's Food Futures Flagship, Mr Wang has adapted CT scanning methods (computerised x-ray micro-tomography) normally used to determine the porosity and permeability of rocks in oil exploration research to better understand how dough structure affects bread quality... Using the x-ray technique, Mr Wang has generated three-dimensional maps of the pore structure, or air spaces, inside dough and bread made from flour with low and high protein... "I found that the gold-standard breads made from commercial bread flour used in South-East Asia had a high pore space, or porosity, with 99.9 per cent of pores forming one big interconnecting pore space and a tiny proportion existing as closed pores within the solid bread," Mr Wang says...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
There is little recognition of the need or benefit from flours derived from wheat that have been grown in a sustainable manner... Quality is generally assessed by taste, texture and colour... There is an immediate need for industry to explore an appropriate mechanism to facilitate the greater adoption of on-farm quality assurance systems among Australian grain growers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
" Enhancing the functionality of Australian wheat and flours derived from Australian wheat in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.. The bread market in South East Asia is rapidly expanding as a result of greater westernisation, increasing personal disposable income, convenience, the increasing assortment and greater range of products available, and the perception that bread is a healthy product... There is little recognition of the need or benefit from flours derived from wheat that have been grown in a sustainable manner...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
In 2011 many regions of Queensland experienced high wheat yields with low protein... Printed and electronic copies of this guide are available from our Customer Service Centre ... Get a copy of the guide..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
In 2011 many regions of Queensland experienced high wheat yields with low protein... Printed and electronic copies of this guide are available from our Customer Service Centre ... Get a copy of the guide..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
In 2011 many regions of Queensland experienced high wheat yields with low protein... Printed and electronic copies of this guide are available from our Customer Service Centre ... Get a copy of the guide..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Growers from across Australia are playing a guiding role in shaping the research direction of the GRDC's National Frost Initiative (NFI)... With years of experience managing frost in their own farming environments, the growers bring a comprehensive range of advice and support to the NFI, which is a multidisciplinary program to mitigate the effects of frost... GRDC general manager of genetic technologies Dr Juan Juttner says grower engagement is pivotal to ensuring the NFI's research focus remains relevant and aligned with grower needs...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Growers from across Australia are playing a guiding role in shaping the research direction of the GRDC's National Frost Initiative (NFI)... With years of experience managing frost in their own farming environments, the growers bring a comprehensive range of advice and support to the NFI, which is a multidisciplinary program to mitigate the effects of frost... GRDC general manager of genetic technologies Dr Juan Juttner says grower engagement is pivotal to ensuring the NFI's research focus remains relevant and aligned with grower needs...
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