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.
A Riverina-based meat producer has been recognised by the Australian Food Awards for its ready-to-eat roast pork with crunchy crackle.
How can food manufacturers get on board with the consumer trend for gourmet versions of mass-produced products?
Nestlé has launched three plant-based vegan lattes across the UK and Ireland, in an effort to cater to growing consumer demands for non-dairy products.
Preferences for types of chocolate, cacao percentages and added flavours vary widely among consumers, meaning it is key to provide choice, a report has revealed.
Chocolate mudslide and cinnamon bun were some of the latest ice-cream flavours competing at the Ice Cream Technology Conference in the US.
A masterclass organised by Ecovia Intelligence will discuss the future of the organic food market, including standards and labels, marketing trends and packaging impacts.
Wine continues to be popular globally, but consumers prefer to drink good quality wine in small amounts, according to the IWSR Vinexpo report.
Only 1 in 10 food and beverage companies are currently using new technology to ensure food safety, despite the fact that many understand its importance.
Three-quarters of Australians have a home-cooked meal on any given day, highlighting the popularity of preparing fresh meals despite the rising demand for convenience.