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Paddock to plate: Fresh and processed foods

This resource is an 8 page pdf teacher guide, which is part of the Paddock to Plate suite of resources. The resource supports teaching about the difference between fresh and processed food and in particular about the different production and processes that are needed to change food sources before it can be eaten. It includes ...

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Preparing to skin rabbits, Queensland, c1920s

This black-and-white photograph from about the 1920s shows a young man outdoors preparing to skin five rabbits that hang on a chain suspended between shoulder-high fence posts. The man is sharpening a long knife and is wearing a long wrap-around apron, boater hat and shirt with rolled up sleeves. A rifle stands upright ...

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Cool food planet

This is an interactive resource that contains a range of games, activities and information relating to the production, processing, preparation, storage and healthy eating of a wide range of foods. The resource contains sections for two age groups and there is also information for parents and teachers. There are several ...

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Scooping coffee beans into an industrial grinder, 1950-60

This is a black-and-white image depicting a male employee scooping coffee beans from a sack into a large industrial grinder at a factory. The photograph is part of the Laurie Richards Collection of commercial photographs at Museum Victoria. Its dimensions are: width, 10.3 cm x height, 10 cm.

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Different views on organic farming

Organic farming techniques have their share of advocates and detractors. Watch this video to find out why some farmers have been converted to organic farming methods. Why do you think some farmers might not want to embrace such methods?

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Meat processing plant, 1974

This is a black-and-white photograph depicting a group of male and female food-processing workers boning and packaging beef products at an abbattoir. At least 18 partly boned carcases are suspended from a metal track to the left, with men standing before many of them, removing further portions of meat. Further to the right, ...

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Organic farming success

How and why did dairy farmer Pat McDonald start using organic fertilisers? What reasons are given in this video for why they’ve been a success?

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From the dairy to the shop

Have you ever wondered about the steps involved in getting milk from a cow to you? This clip tells the story of milk, from the dairy farm to the supermarket. Discover where cream comes from and how milk is made safe to drink.

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Why do cows make milk?

Have you ever wondered why cows make milk? In this clip you will learn the answer to this question. You will also see how cows are milked in a large dairy. Join Bill, a dairy farmer, as he tends to his herd of dairy cows.

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Picking and processing fresh apples

Discover the story of apples, from picking and pressing to processing in a factory. Learn how juice, cider and vinegar are made from apples. See how many other things are made from apples.

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Sites2See – the chocolate supply chain

Online resources about supply chain management in chocolate production. Includes influences such as globalisation, technology and government policies and examines operations processes including inputs, transformation processes and outputs.

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Life on the land

This is a resource about life on the land in Australia in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. It includes details about land grants allocation, the establishment of Australia's first farms, the condition of the land, the processes used to farm the land, and case studies about the early farming families in Australia. The ...

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Sites2See – ethics and the chocolate business

One page resource that addresses NSW Stage 6 Business Studies syllabus outcomes. It looks at aspects of operations and corporate social responsibility using the chocolate industry as a focus.

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What's globalisation got to do with me?

This is a compilation of five teaching sequences about globalisation. It includes sections on consumerism, interconnections with countries globally via the music listened to and the clothes purchased, the information obtained, the ideas held, the sharing of cultural experiences, and the foods eaten. It introduces this global ...