We know food companies are too scared to criticise Coles and Woolworths at the Senate Inquiry into the anti-competitive practices by the major supermarkets.
The “fat tax” imposed on foods high in saturated fat is being fought by the biggest bakery chain in Britain, who say taxing the sausage rolls and pasties it bakes in store is unfair.
Last week we reported on research which found that seeing images of foods makes them more enjoyable when you eat them. But what if the food in question looks absolutely delicious, but you can’t eat it because it’s…not actually food?
The bullying behaviours and fear campaigns used by the major supermarkets to wield complete power over suppliers is still getting in the way of the Senate Inquiry into the issue.
The leading representative body for Australian manufacturing brewers has slammed a new industry group, which it says will create public confusion redirect funds away from established organisations.
The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) has announced it is finalising the draft submission for a Supermarket Ombudsman to be a key part of the next Financial Budget.
The consumer watchdog has found the distributor of Double D eucalyptus oil falsely labelled its product as ‘Made in Australia,’ and have ordered they pay a $6 600 fine.
Steggles chickens are still being advertised as “free to roam” despite the consumer watchdog labelling such claims by the company as misleading and deceptive last year.
Nestle is the most admired food company with PepsiCo just behind, according to latest surveys.
Food companies are racing to end sponsorship deals with Channel 10 program The Circle, following the now-infamous comments directed at a decorated Australian war hero.
In a spectacular social media failure on Coles’ part, the supermarket giant has copped criticism from consumers, who insist it stops ripping off farmers and profiting from pokie machines.
The Bratz Doll website has copped criticism from health experts, who are outraged over advertisements for alcohol, energy drinks, junk food and dating services on the site targeted at young girls.