The world’s best restaurant for the last three years, El Bulli, has been accused of “unethical” cooking practices. Santi Santamaria, a famous chef from Barcelona who has been awarded...

While the rising cost of butter is starting to impact on Australians, Japan is just battling to get any. Most grocery stores in Japan have had to resort to posting “sorry – butter unavailable”...

The destructive earthquake, which hit the south of China last week, could have repercussions worldwide in terms of food production. For now, though, prices and supplies are unlikely to be effected. The...

The US Congress has passed a $290 billion farm bill, which will increase subsidies to US farmers and cut international aid programs. George Bush has threatened to veto the bill, however, but there is still...

The cost of needlessly wasted food to UK households is £10 billion a year, £2 billion higher than previously estimated, according to new research published by not-for-profit organisation WRAP. The research...

Nestlé, a world leading food manufacturer, is now attempting to create scientifically based foods to assist consumers in leading healthier lives. The Nestlé Research Center will work in combination with...

The issues of food and health, the environment and food inflation formed the core themes of the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) President’s speech at the recent FDF President’s Dinner held...

Amidst global concern about potential food shortages and skyrocketing food prices, the biofuels debate has become heated. Many have been blaming the use of food for fuel as a key reason for the escalating...

A survey published yesterday by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has ignited concern about the safety of European commercial turkey meat for human consumption. The report, completed by an EFSA...

China has finally implemented new legislation which will result in standardised nutrition labelling on packaged foods which already have nutrient levels on them. Companies can still decide not to put any...