In this United Nations International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, we're revisiting Australia's proud food production history.
A quick tour of a biscuit factory making all the old Australian favourites like SAO, Iced VoVo and Monte Carlo - by the millions. From Australian Diary 46.
From farm to factory to table, this collection of films spanning almost a century shows the changing face of Australia's rural and industrial landscapes.
This film examines the process of peach canning from the orchard to the can. From the Film Australia Collection, made by the Cinema Branch and directed by GA Gamon.
A short film dealing with the cultivation and export of citrus fruit in Australia.
The poultry farm at Werribee is the largest in the Southern hemisphere.
At the peanut processing plants, the peanuts come out of large roasting ovens to be aired and cooled. In the next phase, peanuts go through the blanching machine and have their husks removed.
A young migrant from England is sponsored by a Shepparton farmer to work on the orchard and learn the industry from the ground up.
A look at how Australian fruit, vegetables and meat are grown, picked and canned in factories. Made by The National Film Board 1949. Directed by Jack S Allan.
A look at how science is involved in the commercial cultivation of mushrooms. Made by The National Film Board and directed by Jack S Allan.