GlobalData has forecast that Australia's hot drinks sector could be worth $3.99 billion by 2023, with the hot coffee category leading the sector.
To promote heart-healthy eating as COVID-19 restrictions affect Aussie diets, Coles and the Heart Foundation have launched the Cook with Heart Challenge.
Woolworths has announced its biggest product launch since Christmas, with 60 new food products to hit supermarket shelves, including stir fry kits and easy roasts.
Mondelēz International has published its 2019 Snacking Made Right Report, revealing that the company has exceeded its sustainability and wellbeing goals.
Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) has responded to consumer demand for low-calorie drinks by launching its first hard seltzer drink in the Australian market.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Sunny Queen Australia has announced that it will continue to supply its smiley-faced eggs and Meal Solutions products.
Nestlé has unveiled nesQino, a drink maker that allows consumers to make 21 personalised, healthy drinks at home or in the office.
The increasing Asian appetite for pizza is helping to boost mozzarella sales for a South Australian premium food company.
A GlobalData survey indicates that consumers in the APAC region prefer traditional alcohol and soft drink flavours, though 22% still prefer unusual flavours.
Food South Australia is encouraging consumers to purchase South Australian products at the supermarket, to support businesses recovering from bushfires.
Yume and SUEZ have partnered to tackle the nationwide problem of food waste, and are urging businesses to help reduce commercial food waste.
Market intelligence agency Mintel has released a report predicting the top trends that will affect the global food and drink market over the next decade.
Vegan and healthy food alternative trends dominated the Student Product Development Showcase, with a vegan, gluten-free, nut-free snack winning first place.
Despite the buzz about plant-based foods, meat is still not off the table according to a report by New Nutrition, which has identified reinvented meat as a growth category.
A University of Sydney study has found that many popular meal kits meet the recommended serving of vegetables but struggle to meet all dietary guidelines.