Health conscious Australians are hungry for more nutritious options in fast food vending machines, according to new research.
University of Sydney researchers will work with Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing, as part of a three-year industry training centre.
Charles Rikard-Bell has been appointed Manager, Commercialisation and Research Impact at Pork CRC.
Clean labelling has moved beyond being a trend and is regarded as standard in the food industry, according to Innova Market Insights.
New research will help wine producers and distributors to describe their product more effectively to Chinese wine consumers.
Canadean expects global consumption of cider to grow around 5 per cent annually to reach over three billion litres in 2020.
Healthier and longer lasting pita bread may be the outcome of barley research underway at the University of Adelaide.
Australians obtain over a third of their energy from discretionary foods, according to the Australian Health Survey.
Scientists have discovered a new type of dairy or food thickener, which may add probiotic characteristics to products.
Axieo and Monash University have embarked on a three-year partnership to research and explore opportunities and provide training.
A collaboration on the Central Coast, led by the University of Newcastle, will contribute to growing Australia’s food industry.
A new wine research centre that will help the industry face up to challenges has launched at the University of Adelaide.
A Wine Sector Survey that combines pricing and crush data collection will streamline the annual collection of data.
Ferrero Hazelnut Company has launched a contest to support and improve research and innovation in the hazelnut sector.
Goodman Fielder reveals how they worked with CSIRO and FIAL to create better tasting and healthier products.
Scientists will work to develop technology that converts by-products into higher value commodities under a new research project.
FSANZ is in the process of reviewing the Food Standards Code in relation to chemical migration from packaging into food.
Scientists are researching if effluent from piggeries can be treated with algae so species of the organism can be fed to pigs.
Due to tightening of claims legislation, companies are tending to move towards a more general health and wellness positioning.
Canadean predicts that packaged water will overtake global carbonates consumption, reaching over 233 billion litres in 2015.