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InDaily : May 21, 2013
tues.21.may.2013 Adelaide’s daily independent news © Solstice Media 2013 home news/views nation /world business sport ispy property Advertising partners Sponsored by Advertising enquiries Click here Editorial enquiries Click here Letters/comments Click here IN TODAY THE Barossa Cheese Company is planning to discontinue some of its more pungent cheeses in response to consumer demand for the more mild haloumi and camembert, says owner Victoria McClurg. She is one of three young food manufacturers who will today speak on the future of the industry at the Food SA Summit at the Adelaide Festival Centre, with all agreeing that small producers must continually adapt and evolve to survive. McClurg said the company was looking to change its offerings to match what consumers wanted. “ The ones that are too strong, cheeses that are too pungent for people, that wouldn’t be a big focus,” she said. “ We won’t be ripening our cheese as much as we have in the past, but we aren’t going to cut the line completely; we’ll do it in a more clever way.” For more on the food summit, plus wine and food news, read Indaily food&wine today. VIEW PAGE Buyers turn away from smelly cheeses Weatherill’s confusing signals on gambling ad ban VIEW PAGE Adelaide weather Rain developing MAX 18 MIN 12 Today Tomorrow Showers MAX 16 MIN 10 5 DAY FORECAST MORE WEATHER David Washington ATTORNEY-General John Rau has issued a blunt warning to lawyers that they will be increasingly cut out of the expensive and complicated civil justice system unless they become part of the solution. In a forthright speech to the Law Society last Friday, unreported until now, Rau warned that lawyers’ central role in civil matters was under threat – and he could not stop this trend unless they worked with him on solutions. Rau, a barrister with strong ties to the profession, said lawyers should stop being armchair critics and start being active participants in solutions. “The profession must take an active role in reform policy,” Rau said. “It is not enough for the profession to criticise government for taking work away from lawyers or to behave like armchair critics on government Bills. “It is also not enough for the profession to engage in simplistic arguments about funding. This issue is not new. READ MORE Rau’s blunt warning to lawyers: change or you’ll be marginalised Today’s wine deal CLICK HERE Haloumi on the grill: consumers are favouring mild cheese instead of more pungent offerings. food&wine
May 20, 2013