Research by Roy Morgan reveals that Generations Y and Z are still markedly more likely than older generations to visit most big-name quick service restaurants, but in many cases their visitation rate is declining.
A study analysing the toxic components of proteins in wheat could be the first step towards developing wheat-based products that are safe for coeliacs.
AUI Fine Foods, an importer of specialty pastry ingredients in the US, has launched a direct-to-consumer company, Gold Leaf Gourmet, specialising in 'five star' dessert kits.
A quick look at the trends expected to impact the eating habits of Australian and New Zealand consumers in 2017.
A frozen meal range targeted at 'junior foodies' has arrived in Australian supermarkets.
While beer and sparkling wine remain the popular choices in the festive season, research from Roy Morgan reveals more than a quarter of Australian adults consume spirits at least once in an average four weeks.
Global catering provider Sodexo has partnered with WWF-UK to create 'Green & Lean', a healthier and more sustainable range of menu choices with a reduced environmental impact.
Restaurant and hotel dining consultant company Baum + Whitemen has released its trend predictions for 2017 and it is favourable for the ready meal idustry.
A study presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) Annual Scientific Meeting found most US colleges don't have integrated systems in place to support food-allergic students.
The fight against childhood obesity could begin in the womb, with research finding that mothers who eat a diet that is relatively rich in protein and low in carbohydrates and fat during pregnancy have babies with less abdominal fat.
A report in The American Journal of Medicine has found that a glass or two of red wine before lighting up a cigarette can counteract some of the short-term negative effects of smoking on blood vessels.
Innova Market Insights has revealed its predictions for the top trends likely to impact the food industry in 2017.
A partnership between food platform Spoon University and online meal kit marketplace Chef'd will create a meal kit subscription service specifically curated for US college students.
The Australian Hospital & Healthcare Bulletin, an independent peer-reviewed voice for the hospital, health and aged care professional, has just been added to the Westwick-Farrow Media stable of business-to-business media channels.
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.