Lean Cuisine has enhanced their range with the development of four meal variants that each help target specific areas of nutritional concern including; protein, fibre, wholegrain and calcium. The Everyday...

New research from the UK has suggested that emulsions containing up to 60 per cent water could see the introduction of low-fat chocolate formulations. University of Birmingham researchers were able to...

Flavour is supreme and some health conscious consumers that turn to lower sodium foods may have difficulty enjoying the healthier versions of their favorite foods. However, Japanese researchers suggest...

West Australian Agriculture and Food Minister Terry Redman today opened a new state-of-the-art strawberry packing house and launched a new variety of strawberry in Wanneroo.Mr Redman said it was a little...

Entries for the Fine Food Best New Product Awards have exceeded expectations for this year‘s event in Sydney, according to Exhibition Manager, Minnie Constan. The number of new products entered into...

Australia already exports olive oil to the Italians and soon we may have a significant new industry exporting green tea to Japan, according to a report by the Rural Industries Research and Development...

The American Indian Foods (AIF) program administered by the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) will introduce Native American food products to the Australian food trade during the Fine Food Australia...

Australian manufacturer Table of Plenty has come up with an innovative solution for those who can’t decide between toast and muesli in the mornings – Muesli Bread. The company – created...

HACCP Australia – Australia’s leading food safety accreditation program – has endorsed the Dyson Airblade hand dryer for use in food handling areas, the first hand dryer to receive such...

The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) has announced the winners of the 2009 Student Product Development Competition, with David Chua, Trevor Goltz and Sarah Crennan from The University...