Convenience meals manufacturer Easymeals has been fined $13,600 for making telemarketing calls to numbers on the Do Not Call Register and for calling outside of permitted hours.
The food services and accommodation industry kept the Fair Work Ombudsman busy in the past year, accounting for 40% of Enforceable Undertakings entered with employers in 2015/16.
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Two Australian scientists have called for radical rethinking of the way we measure the health impacts of the human diet.
Kitchenware retailer Kitchen Warehouse says its customers have been buying up deep fryers, griddles and smoker boxes to create classic recipes from the USA in their own homes.
Freshness is one attribute that will always attract ready meal consumers.
Advertisements for unhealthy foods and beverages have an immediate and significant impact on children and lead to harmful diets, according to Canadian research.
Young adults are the biggest snackers, according to research released by Canadean, with 40% of 18- to 34-year-olds engaging in regular snacking.
SilkAir has launched a new menu for business class customers travelling on flights leaving from Singapore that are 3 hours and above.
Focusing health messages too heavily on sugar may mislead consumers on the need to reduce overall kilojoules, research has concluded.
Attendees at the AustralAsian Academy of Anti-Ageing Medicine's 10th annual conference in Melbourne will hear from several leading experts on nutrition.
A recent study on dining hall nutrition labelling looked at the relationship between label use and sleep, stress and exercise.
Tight profit margins and increasing labour costs may force reinvention of the foodservice industry, with automation offering the potential to offset increasing wage costs.
A dietary expert has criticised the UK’s Eatwell Guide — a visual representation of the government's recommendations on food groups for a 'healthy, balanced diet' — saying it is not evidence based and has been formulated by too many people with industry ties.
Australian researchers have found that eating a diet rich in fibre can shape the immune system to reduce allergies to substances such as peanuts.