ChikP's Non-GMO Chickpea Starch can be used in a variety of food and beverage applications.
Growing appetite for plant-based meat substitutes brings opportunity for Australia's grain, oilseeds and pulse sector.
The one-year research project showed the environmental, economic and cultural viability of growing native grains for bread on Gamilaraay country, NSW.
The Djakitjuk Djanga program is providing $2 million in grants to support Aboriginal businesses looking to expand their commercial production of native plants for food.
New food company Nutri V is developing ingredients and products from vegetables that might otherwise be thrown out, commercialising CSIRO-patented technologies.
Aleph Farms has launced its 'Aleph Zero' program to grow steaks in space.
Arla Foods Ingredients has three different processing-stable WPI solutions that are designed to help create high-protein iced tea beverages.
FSANZ is calling for comment on an application to allow an existing sweetener, steviol glycoside, from a new source in the Food Standards Code.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand is calling for comment on a genetically modified corn, which could be used to make starch, grits, meal, flour, oil and sweetener.
A report on Australian lemon myrtle has unveiled the native plant's potential to drive a range of product development opportunities for food and beverage companies.
New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) is paving the way for Western Australia's next 'super healthy' apple.