Consumers are so convinced that healthy food is more expensive than cheap food that they simply do not believe that food is healthy unless it costs more.
More than 200 professional chefs will compete in the Chef of the Year and the Bocuse d'Or Australian Selection at the Foodservice Australia event at the Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne from 28–30 May.
Convenience, time savings and healthfulness are driving the uptake and acceptance of meal kits in the US, with 25% of US adults having bought a meal kit in 2016.
Sales of specialty foods through foodservice in the US increased 13.7% to $27.7 billion between 2014 and 2016 as consumers make specialty foods and beverages a regular part of their away-from-home meal purchases.
For most of the world the answer is a definite 'no', but in the US a fight is brewing.
A staggering 59% of people traumatically amputate the ears of chocolate rabbits before devouring the rest of the body.
Research from the Menzies School of Health Research has found the majority of Aboriginal people living in remote Northern Territory communities are regularly using traditional foods in their diets.
Baltic cruise company Viking Line has launched a long-term partnership with the Swedish Culinary Team, which competes in cooking competitions around the world.
Aussie Farmers Direct has entered Australia's fast-growing home-delivered meal kit market, launching its new Simple & Fresh Dinner Box.
The ongoing debate over healthy food labelling has been once again put under the spotlight as a US study finds terms such as no-fat, no-sugar, low-fat and reduced-salt and food packaging rarely reflect the actual nutritional quality of the food.
ProPak Asia is Asia's largest international processing and packaging trade event, attracting visitors from across Asia who come to meet world-leading companies, see the latest machines, technology and services, and learn from industry events.
The 2017 National Restaurant Conference is set to inform and inspire hospitality professionals in Melbourne in May.
Nearly half of all deaths due to heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes in the US in 2012 were linked to a poor diet, according to a study published in JAMA.
10% of available food is wasted by overconsumption, and a further 9% of food is left to spoil, according to researchers who examined the key stages in the global food system.
Fine Food Australia will expand in 2017 to include new zones for organics, start-ups, fit-out and design, plus a co-located Commercial Drinks event.