Schweppes (Coca-Cola) has announced a new range of premium tonic water, Schweppes 1783, and plans to inject £6.6m into its marketing to combat competitors in the UK.
What will happen to all that face fur when Movember comes to an end? Shave it? Of course. Bin it or flush it down the sink? 42BELOW hopes not.
According to The NPD Group, 19% of Australian consumers identify provenance as the most important characteristic at foodservice occasions.
Two studies have contributed to a growing body of scientific research that supports the connection between the human gut microbiome and brain function, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Alzheimer's disease.
While allergies often occur in children, new research suggests that the prevalence of food allergies is increasing and almost half of all adults suffering with a food allergy developed it during adulthood.
A study has found five genetic risk loci that highlight the importance of skin and mucous membrane barriers and the immune system in the development of food allergies.
Scientists at Hokkaido University have used antimicrobial peptides to restore the gut's ecosystem without impacting healthy microbiota.
Navigating your way through all of the food ordering services is becoming increasingly complicated, and Facebook argues this was the reason behind its new feature that allows users to order meals from ordering services within their app.
Being slim does not necessarily mean being healthy, according to research from A*STAR. Asian populations are more likely to store internal fat wrapped around their organs, while maintaining a slender outward appearance.
Birthday celebrations are the perfect excuse to go out for lunch or order in cake, especially in the workplace. But online office catering company Order-In suggests these traditions are beginning to change.
Bernadette Eriksen's business Flavour Creations has been researching and developing texture-modified food and drink products for people suffering with dysphagia since 1997. Her efforts were celebrated recently when she won the Greater Brisbane Woman in Business of the Year Award 2017.
Some people lose weight more easily than others and this could be due to the type of bacteria in the dieter's intestines, according to a study published in the International Journal of Obesity.
The CSIRO Diet Types survey analysed the eating habits and personality traits of over 90,000 Australian adults and established five main diet types.
By 2018, the total value of Australia's organic industry is anticipated to exceed AU$2 billion. It was already worth $1.72 in 2014. Last year two-thirds of Australian households bought organic products. Why?
Fine Food Australia's 2017 education program will discuss a number of topics, including better business practice and how to achieve success in the industry.