The global market for ready-to-use therapeutic food is currently experiencing solid growth, driven in part by increasing global disasters and emergencies and the fight against childhood death from malnutrition.
Wiley has been awarded the Foodbank 2016 'Purple Light Bulb' Award for helping to illuminate the issue of hunger in Australia through its support of the Foodbank Hunger Report.
Top honour at the FoodBytes! event was awarded to food tech start-up Sprout Kitchens.
Residents of four US cities will be voting on whether to tax soft drink and other sugar-sweetened beverages. An economist who studied a similar tax says that prices might rise by only half that amount, or even less.
Researchers from RMIT and Lancaster University have produced a carbon footprint 'league table' for fresh food.
Australia was ranked as the 39th most expensive country in which to buy wine in the 2016 Wine Price Index, released by motorhome rental platform SHAREaCAMPER.
Australian hospitality trade show Foodservice Australia will bring the National Restaurant Conference to Melbourne for the first time in 2017, as well as a new event, the Australian Seafood Summit.
When money is tight consumers' discretionary spending changes and ready meals could fill the void between restaurant meals and cooking for yourself.
A study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Behavior has found that being busy is merely one contributing factor in the choice of convenience meals.
The Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation has celebrated the company's 60th anniversary by announcing a US$60 million donation aimed at fighting hunger.
A new store opened by Spanish delicatessen chain Casa Tió has opted for ERCO LED lighting tools to present its array of regional specialities in a fresh and appetising light.
A new study has found that guidelines introduced to improve the nutritional quality of US school lunches are having the desired impact on healthy eating choices.
Results from a study led by Monash University challenge the popular idea that humans should drink eight glasses of water a day for health.
Fine Food Australia donated any food leftovers from its recent Melbourne show to a local charity kitchen.
Creators of supply- or demand-side innovations that will ultimately impact people's food choices for the better are invited to participate in the LAUNCH Food challenge.