A clever scientist in the US has come up with a way to make the process of getting sauces out of their bottles easier and most importantly, quicker.
Folic acid has been proven to reduce the chances of neural tube defects (NTDs) in unborn babies, and now new research has found it could also reduce the most common types of cancers in children.
A revolutionary “smart food label” developed by European scientists, which would take the guess work out of use-by labels, could be mass produced by the end of this year, if it gets enough support.
Dairy Australia has received $1 million from the Federal Government to conduct research to assess energy efficiency on dairy farms nation-wide.
Australian researchers have identified processing techniques which will minimise the adverse effects of allergens in milk and other food products.
A meat expert has found a new cut of beef, known as the ‘Vegas Strip Steak.’
Australian researchers have examined three options for beating obesity and discovered they could prevent about 220 000 cases of type 2 diabetes nationwide by 2025.
Sales of products carrying the Fair Trade Certified logo have increased by almost 40 per cent, as consumers become more informed about work conditions for foreign workers.
An ingredient in garlic has been found to be 100 times more powerful than two popular antibiotics at fighting one of the most common causes of food poisoning.
More than 40 per cent of older Australians living in community housing are “malnourished or at risk of malnourishment,” according to a new study.
Raw coffee prices reached record highs in 2011, but increased production in Brazil will hopefully alleviate some of the pressure for buyers.
When a cow tested positive for mad cow disease in America for the first time since 2006, the USDA announced Tuesday.
The discovery of mad cow disease in the US is a positive occurrence, according to some animal groups.
Many people find being high up an unpleasant experience. This is not just mountain sickness or acrophobia – it turns out our taste buds too have no head for heights.
A US study has found conclusive evidence that where a child lives has a significant impact on their chances of being obese.
A “reduced salt” label on a food product will make a consumer experience a reduced level of taste, even if it is not in fact lower in salt.