Ingredients > Cereals & grains

Kellogg's launches gluten-free Coco Pops in Australia

29 June, 2021

Kellogg’s Australia now has gluten-free versions of Coco Pops and Sultana Bran cereals as part of its gluten-free portfolio.

NSW mice plague reaches empty Parliament House

13 May, 2021

A mice plague of epic proportions is sweeping through the farmlands of NSW, creating a worsening economic and public health situation across the state.

NZ government invests in durum wheat research

10 May, 2021

New Zealanders could be tucking into artisan pasta, pizza and bread made from durum wheat grown in the Wairarapa if a new project indicates there's a market for it.

Side-stream products of malting have potential in food

06 April, 2021

Researchers have found the waste product generated from the process of malting has antioxidant properties and has potential to be used in the food industry.

Call for poppy seed regulation in US

08 February, 2021

Six US families have asked the national Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to protect consumers from poppy seed imports that may contain dangerous levels of opiates.

Australia's grain sector to tap into plant-based meat substitutes

12 November, 2020

Growing appetite for plant-based meat substitutes brings opportunity for Australia's grain, oilseeds and pulse sector.

Native grains show future food potential

11 November, 2020

The one-year research project showed the environmental, economic and cultural viability of growing native grains for bread on Gamilaraay country, NSW.

From boutique to broadacre — Australia's quinoa launch

14 September, 2020

Australia's new open access quinoa variety is expected to create domestic and export opportunites. 

Barley exports up 30%, Asia remains a growth opportunity

14 September, 2020

Australia's barley exports increased by 30% but its share of global trade in barley declined over the period 2000–2005 to 2015–2019, according to AEGIC.

FDA sets limit for inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal

07 August, 2020

The FDA has finalised limits on inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereals at 100 micrograms per kilogram, or 100 parts per billion.

High-fibre wheat set to enter global market

07 May, 2020

A new high-fibre wheat, developed by CSIRO and Limagrain, is set to become available in Australia in 2021 and Europe in 2022.

Is this the best thing since sliced bread?

11 February, 2020

Maybe not, but UK scientists have developed a high-fibre white flour that could provide food producers with another option for a healthier high-fibre white bread.

Coeliac disease triggered by bacterial exposure

20 January, 2020

Exposure to a type of bacteria that mimics gluten can confuse the immune system and trigger coeliac disease, according to researchers from Monash University.

Effects of heirloom and modern wheat on gut health

09 January, 2020

A report has revealed that a popular modern variety of wheat does not impair gut health in mice when compared to heirloom wheat varieties.

What's in a grain? New guidelines for flour mills

03 December, 2019

The Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre has plans to standardise whole grain guidelines and authenticate whole grain flour, to support flour millers.

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