Nestlé is investing CHF 150 million (AU$201 million) in two new consumer healthcare factories in the China Medical City in Taizhou.
Alcohol does not support the healthy lifestyle consumers are increasingly seeking, and this has brought about a number of soft drink innovations.
Researchers used the prototype 3D printer to replicate the physical properties and texture of actual food samples.
Green tea has been praised for its health benefits, but the EU raised concerns that green tea extracts may actually cause liver problems.
A recent study has revealed that during peak viewing times, children watch 2.3 times more adverts for 'discretionary' foods than healthy foods every hour.
Nutrient absorption can now be studied thanks to a 3D microscale model of the human intestinal tract.
Researchers found that Campylobacter rely on multiple genes which enable the bacteria to adapt within humans and evade the immune response.
Companies were given a score out of 100 according to their policies and commitments to prevent obesity and encourage nutrition, with the lowest being 3 and the highest 71.
Eggshells seem so fragile but so robust at the same time, and scientists from McGill University said this is all down to the eggshell's nanostructure.
If the vaccine under trial to 'cure' coeliacs is successful, what will happen to the whole 'gluten free' food sector?
Researchers found that human obesity is characterised by an increased capacity to produce and release serotonin, which can help focus future therapies.
Miniature sensors wirelessly send information about a person's intake of glucose, salt and alcohol to a mobile device in response to an incoming radiofrequency signal.
The Federal Court ruled Heinz made a misleading health claim on its Little Kids Shredz products aimed at children aged 1–3.
With the seeds, stalks and skins of grapes all considered 'waste' products — known as pomace — about a quarter of each grape ends up in landfills.
A study revealed that a 10% increase in the proportion of heavily processed foods in a person's diet meant they were 12% more likely to develop all cancers and 11% more likely to develop breast cancer.