Eggs produced by Bridgewater Poultry are being recalled across Australia after Salmonella Enteriditis (SE) was detected on the farm.
A test that uses mass spectrometry to differentiate between buffalo and cow's milk has uncovered some mislabelled products.
Twenty-three new abstracts looking at advances in gut microbiome research will be presented at the 2019 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit.
Next month, the second Macadamia Innovation Challenge finals will take place in Byron Bay, Australia.
Welch's Global Ingredients Group has developed a technology that neutralises the aroma and flavour of its Concord grape juice, which can be used as a base wine or blender.
Avocado seed extracts could be a potential source for novel anti-inflammatory compounds that could be developed as a functional food ingredient or pharmaceuticals.
Center for Science in the Public Interest has welcomed the news that the Salt Institute will close at the end of March, stating it "will not be missed".
After finding another two fruit flies in Auckland, biosecurity officials are considering whether further restrictions on the movement of fruit and vegetables are necessary to prevent the spread.
DuPont Nutrition & Health’s six plant protein nuggets from its SUPRO and TRUPRO product range feature more protein or less sodium than previous offerings, in a broader array of formats and textures.
Cornell food scientists have found beet extract paired with a starchy partner can create a stable, natural red food colouring to replace artificial dyes.
Breeders may be able to grow strawberries with specific traits after scientists have uncovered the genetic roadmap of the cultivated strawberry.
Early sowing of winter wheats could increase Australian wheat crop yields, which could add around $1.8 billion to the national economy.
From vegetable to hot spice, a comprehensive review of the Capsicum species has been published with academic and scientific input from across the globe.
The Queensland fruit fly could devastate NZ's $4 billion/year horticultural industry — and they've just caught one in Auckland.