Supermarket giant Woolworths has announced that more than 70 lines of its bread bakes in store will soon be free from artificial colours, flavours, emulsifiers and preservatives.
An anti-gay group in Russia believes a milk carton featuring a rainbow on the packaging encourages homosexuality and is now campaigning for it to be removed.
Health experts have slammed the self-regulation of the food industry, saying children are being bombarded with advertisements for junk food.
An egg farm in Western Sydney is the latest producer to be added to the NSW Food Authority’s Name and Shame register for misleading ‘free range’ claims.
US confectionary manufacturer Hershey is the latest company to declare its commitment to ending child labour in West Africa, by pledging to use 100 per cent certified cocoa in all its products by 2020.
Coca Cola Amatil (CCA) has continued its trend upwards, reporting growth of almost 6 per cent in the second quarter of this year.
In a small win for Aussie food companies, big-brand grocery item purchases have increased, while private label products have decreased.
Facebook is preparing for a push into online retail in the US by running a trial which allows users to send friends real gifts including Starbucks gift cards, cupcakes and other merchandise.
Food giant Nestlé has lost its court battle with Cadbury over the colour purple.
The rapid increase in childhood diabetes is the result of parents rewarding their children with junk food, according to a new report.
Some prominent mining executives have embarked on a new acquisition. But it’s not for a new mining operation, but rather the chocolate brand Yowie.
New figures released this week have proven what most in the food processing sector already know: the industry is close to collapse.
America’s largest supermarket has teamed up with a leading insurance company to offer healthy foods at a reduced price.
In an unprecedented and revolutionary marketing move, Nestle has embedded GPS trackers into chocolate bar wrappers so that it can find and surprise competition winners.
Australia’s leading medical body is again calling on the government to ban current advertising practises, which it says are encouraging children to try alcohol.
Japanese-owned beverage giant Lion will officially take over Little World Beverages (LWB), after the majority of shareholders voted in favour of the purchase.
Further expanding on its hugely successful ‘Share A Coke’ campaign, Coca-Cola will incorporate iconic music from years gone by in its next marketing campaign.
Australia’s bottled water representative body wants local producers and sellers to adopt the World Health Organisation (WHO) limits for chemicals in bottled water.
Australians are more likely to buy locally grown foods than any other products, new research has shown.
The manufacturers of the now infamous “pink slime” used in American meat products has sued ABC News in the US for defamation over its coverage of the creation.