A recent study has highlighted how relying on 'local food' is a distant dream for most of the world.
A study has revealed the impact of global farm subsidies and agricultural trade policies on the competitiveness of Australia's rural industries.
A national poll conducted by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education showed that Australians are buying and drinking more alcohol in home isolation.
Biosecurity Queensland has increased critical preparedness activities after African swine fever was detected in Papua New Guinea.
Maxum Foods predicts that lockdowns in many major countries will affect the dairy sector, disrupting trade and the upstream supply chain.
The Tetra Laval Group will donate €10 million (AU$18 million) to various voluntary organisations, to support the global response to COVID-19.
Global demand for food processing machinery is predicted to increase 5.2% annually, driven by rising food and beverage manufacturing activity.
Future Market Insights has predicted that the ready-to-drink shake market could be worth AU$26 billion by 2028, driven by health-conscious consumers.
The COVID-19 crisis is placing pressure on Australian food exporters; now extra government funding and freight flight help is available.
In response to COVID-19, New Zealand's Ministry for Primary Industries has set up a register for safe practice for essential businesses in the primary sector.
As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates, DrinkWise has released a warning about the dangers of excessive drinking while in isolation.
To help Aussies impacted by COVID-19, Nestlé Australia, in collaboration with Foodbank Australia, will donate $2 million worth of food products.
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre has launched a portal for Australian manufacturers to register their support for the national response to coronavirus.
UK brewery BrewDog will launch its Online Bar on Friday, 27 March, providing an opportunity for customers to connect and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.