Most of us would like to eat more fruit and vegetables and in theory it should be easier than ever before, with fresh produce popping up in almost every imaginable food and drink category.
We are living longer, but not necessarily healthier, lives and our diet plays a significant role.
Springhill Farm has added Healthy Slices to its Bite-Sized Treats range.
Global hospitality search engine Find My Rice lists over 300,000 companies and 2 million products.
Hinoman's aquacultured Mankai delivers 45% vegetable protein in a clean label form.
Some like it hot, some like it iced, and some just don't like it at all. Until recently, coffee was on the list of habits to break if you really wanted to be healthy.
Kalsec, a producer of natural flavour extracts, colours, antioxidants and hop products for the food and beverage industry, has released the results of a consumer study.
Harris Farm Markets has been awarded the PMA-Produce Plus Marketer of the Year Award 2015 for its Imperfect Picks 'ugly fruit' marketing campaign.
In noisy situations - like the 85 dB aboard a jetliner - it seems that our sense of taste is compromised and umami-rich foods are preferred over sweet options.
Chinese scientists have reared beef rich in the beneficial fatty acids associated with fish oils. However, challenges must be overcome before the product can be commercialised.
Seven out of 10 Australians (or 13.6 million people) drink fresh milk in an average seven days, while fewer than two in 10 (2.9 million people) drink UHT/long-life milk, according to data from Roy Morgan Research.
After several years of growth, butter has finally overtaken margarine as the spread of choice for Australian grocery shoppers. More than half of shoppers (51%) bought butter in 2014, compared to just under half (49%) who purchased margarine.
New Australian research has added some more weight to the argument for java, demonstrating how free radicals and antioxidants behave during every stage of the coffee brewing process, from bean to brew.
As recently as five years ago, meat snacks were viewed as an unhealthy, male-oriented legacy category. Now, sales of meat snacks are booming, with growth of 20% annually for many countries between 2012 and 2014.
Worldwide consumer demand for miniature Rockit apples has grown 700% since 2013, leading Havelock North Fruit Company to invest $17 million in a state-of-the-art food packaging facility in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.