Americans had lower sugar and caloric intakes from beverages in 2020 but this decrease wasn't caused by a decrease in overall beverage consumption.
People are more and more interested in plant-based foods for their diets, with up to 60% of consumers having a meat-free meal each week.
A recent report has identified three areas that will lead to disruption and investment in the food and nutrition industries.
Drinks that are flavoured in strange, unique ways are proving popular with consumers who are looking to have new experiences.
Victoria's dairy industry has had a year of good growth, with the 2020–21 Dairy Farm Monitor report revealing best results in years.
Five trends have been identified that are changing how innovation of food, beverage and supplements occurs.
Innovations in packaging, ingredients and sustainability are some of the developments in the field of soft drinks for 2021/2022.
Interview with Mark Winter, the CFO of New Zealand meal-kit company My Food Bag.
Unilever has announced a new global sales target of AU$1.6 billion from plant-based meat and dairy alternatives within the next five to seven years.
Staff and visitors can invent and create their own cereal bowls or soft serves on campus.
HelloFresh plans to offset 100% of its carbon emissions with help from sustainability initiatives in both Australian and New Zealand.
Ulu Hye has designed a plant-based milk base in a re-usable glass jar that can be combined with water at home to make milk on demand that lasts four days.
Research from Mintel has revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic has made a vegan diet more appealing for 25% of British millennials.
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.