Dick Smith is doing his bit to ensure the survival of Australian food businesses, opening a store exclusively stocking local products.
Thousands of jobs will be eliminated at Kraft Foods in the Unites States, as the company attempts to improve its below-estimates profits.
Following much publicity and outrage, the Girgarre Heinz tomato processing factory was officially closed on Saturday.
Nestle has announced it will conduct an investigation into the presence of child labour in its business, following accusations children are employed on cocoa farms that supply to its factories.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced it will not oppose the proposed acquisition of Foster’s Group by SABMiller, concluding that the acquisition is not likely to substantially lessen competition in the Australian market for the supply of bulk and packaged beer.
The creator of the world’s first tortilla chip brand, Doritos, has died in Dallas.
Australia’s food and beverage industry is not doing as well as it seems, and substantial change is set to hit the sector, a new report says.
People’s names are popping up in the strangest of place; the latest being Coke bottles.
Are we being tricked every time we go into a supermarket? Are we bargain shoppers or brain-dead shoppers?
Coca-Cola Amital has been granted permission to increase the amount of groundwater extracted at its Peats Ridge bottling plant on the New South Wales Central Coast.
SABMiller has bought Foster’s following a three month process of opposition and denials from Australia’s largest brewer that needed help
Coca-cola is suing Pepsi for using a bottle too similar to its own.
Foster’s has made a plea to shareholders to reject SABMiller’s takeover bid.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking a chicken supplier to the Federal Court, claiming they wrongly advertised chickens as free range.
The Chairman of the world’s largest food company, Nestle S.A, has expressed his doubts about whether the world could survive on organic food products long term.
McDonald’s and Hungry Jack’s will not be following in the footsteps of KFC in removing toys that encourage children to eat their products.
The world’s largest grocery wholesaler, Metcash, has been cleared in the Federal Court to buy the Franklins supermarket chain despite attempts from the ACCC to have it blocked.
Nutrition and price are important for consumers, but more than anything, Nestle focuses on making food “pleasurable,” company executives said yesterday.
Foster’s Group has posted its most significant decline in beer sales in two decades, with profits down almost 9 per cent from the previous financial year and beer sales down 6 per cent by volume.
US fast-food giant Burger King will change its mascot in a bid to join what experts call the “Whole Foods effect.”