I want to make a call – draw a line in the sand and urge both sides of politics to consider adopting a new and bold promise for this coming election.
Yes I’m a proud advocate for Australia’s food manufacturing industry, but first and foremost I’m a consumer. We all are.
The effectiveness of a voluntary approach to limiting junk food ads targeting children is being called into question, with surveys from around the world showing the industry has done little to change its ways.
Animal activist group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have asked a Victorian farmer to experience battery hen conditions first hand by locking himself in a cage.
As obesity rates continue to rise throughout the country, Australian consumers are becoming increasingly concerned about salt levels in food – in particular, food products targeting children.
Thankyou, the social enterprise behind Thankyou Water, is preparing for a meeting with Australia’s two supermarket giants, urging them to stock the brand’s new product lines and help support developing nations.
Coles and Woolworths are reported to still be in negotiations with peak body, the Australian Food and Grocery Council, over a voluntary code of conduct.
The processors and suppliers of Steggles chicken products misled consumers by claiming their chickens were “free to roam”, when really their movements were restricted to an area comparable to an A4 sheet of paper, a court has found.
From Thursday last week, fast food outlet Mad Mex will only be serving RSPCA Approved higher welfare chicken across its 34 stores nationally.
For the second time in two weeks, cereal company Kellogg’s has been reprimanded for marketing unhealthy foods to children.
Some think market forces will be enough to bring about change, but I would argue that productivity and animal welfare are not always compatible.
Australian Pork has released a video questioning the intentions of animal activists and shedding light on its own animal welfare standards.
Animal rights group, Animals Australia (AA) will be enjoying some free air time across regional Australia courtesy of Southern Cross Austereo.
The former Victorian premier, Jeff Kennett, played an integral role in the latest round of bad headlines for Coles, with the supermarket giant accused of misleading and deceptive conduct.
Last week’s stoush between Coles and Animals Australia raised some important questions about the growing power of ethical consumption, and about who gets to decide how much animal welfare is enough.
Animal activist group Animals Australia have asked supermarket giant Coles to withdrawal their Make it Possible shopper bags from stores.
The National Farmers Federation (NFF) and farm groups around the country are outraged by a new proposal from Coles to sell shopping bags on behalf of Animals Australia.
Organic snack manufacturer, Whole Kids, is the first Australian food company to be named a Certified B Corporation.
Food companies across America are struggling to source conventional ingredients as growing pressure to replace genetically modified ones gains traction.
Boys are more likely to choose unhealthy foods with on-pack endorsements by sports stars than those without, a new study of primary school-aged children has found.