Nestlé's strategic reorientation to nutrition, health and wellness is yielding benefits.
Marketing may influence how often parents feed their children fast food, according to a study by Sonya A. Grier, an associate professor of marketing at American University’s Kogod School of Business.
In 2008, new products that complement a simpler, purer and more natural way of life are set to dominate, according to research from Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD)
Advances in agricultural productivity have minimised food price rises for the last couple of decades. However, this is all starting to change
After five years of success in NSW, the LAA/APICS Mentoring Program is expanding to Victoria in 2008.
UK food and beverage manufacturers have committed themselves to removing artificial colours from their products by the end of 2008, in reaction to a recent study that linked artificial colours to increased hyperactivity in children.
The Australian Chicken Meat Federation (ACMF) has warned that consumers can expect a significant price increase on chicken meat in mid-November, due to a continuing shortage of grain.
Workplace safety — it's a must-have criterion for every food processor. But accidents and injuries do happen — here is a quick look at workplace fatalities in the United States in 2006
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has filed a patent lawsuit against Kraft Foods, over a dispute on some new packaging for Kraftâ€™s Maxwell House coffee brand.
Many food and beverage manufacturers will only survive if they can move their brands from the first era of branding to at least the second and possibly the third era of branding, according to Professor David Thomson, speaking yesterday at the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology Inc (AIFST) 40th Anniversary Convention in Melbourne.
National fresh food producer Mrs Crocketâ€™s Fast & Fresh is the latest to be affected by the increasing toll of rising produce costs with a drought levy to be introduced in the new financial year after a year of dutifully trying to cover the increases internally.
In August, the annual Variety Bash will motor its way around diverse parts of Australia from Garden Island to HMAS Bathurst in Darwin, raising money for sick, disadvantaged and disabled children
In 2005, campylobacteriosis overtook salmonellosis as the most reported zoonotic disease in humans in the EU.
Understanding the market can quadruple the chances of a successful product launch according to Dr Ad Juriaanse, from food research company NIZO.
Australian industrial packaging specialist, DSL Packaging is set to implement an entire corporate branding overhaul as it moves to adopt the new business name â€˜SchÃ¼tz DSLâ€™.