GLOBAL market intelligence agency Mintel has recognised three forward-looking trends set to lead global food and drink innovation in 2019 and beyond. Evergreen Consumption: A circular view of sustainability...

IS your personality lacking dynamism and excitement, is your company seen as convenient and dependable but boring by comparison to others, if so, then you are an apple. That’s the unfortunate characterisation...

SURGING to scale-up from start-up, Australian drink maker Nexba is open to a distribution deal with one of the world’s beverage giants. The no-sugar, nothing artificial soft drink maker booked a 156...

ALDI employees will have access each year to ten days of paid family and domestic violence leave as the retailer takes a stand to help drive societal change to prevent violence against women. To the end...

RESEARCHERS are calling for screening of vulnerable older adults at risk of poor nutrition and diminished physical performance, in an effort to identify those in need of dietary intervention. The New...

FACEBOOK has pulled a series of advertisements posted by a Tasmanian gin maker, sounding an alarm for food and drink makers hoping to use the platform to spread word of their hemp products. Rex Burdon...

THE 10th annual Products of the Year have been announced, with 10 of the 50 products named offering healthy and allergy-free alternatives to everyday food and beverage items. The winners are responding...

THE Asahi Beverages-owned spiced rum brand Untold is launching ‘Rum for the Restless’ – a collaboration which sees Untold partner with leading Australian bartenders and artists to create bespoke...

PEOPLE’S expectations of desserts are continually being lifted. Consumers are now increasingly looking for more sophisticated and indulgent creations, writes Anand Surujpal, general manager of...

ENGLAND’S Oxford University, founded in 1096, and similar institutions are “becoming irrelevant”, says Australia’s Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud, angry about a research proposal to...