Fish, Omega 3, Oil, Healthy Oil, Healthy, Seafood, Sustainability Tasmanian researchers at the CSIRO’s National Algae Culture Collection facility in Hobart  believe they are getting close to developing...

A bid in the Federal Senate to change country of origin seafood labelling laws for seafood is expected to run into roadblocks. A bid in the Federal Senate to change country of origin seafood labelling...

Price not yet right for potential Tassal acquisition of De Costi Seafoods Australian salmon company Tassal Group Limited (Tassal) has responded to speculation in the media that a potential acquisition...

Next big thing: ‘Nordic Diet’, Researchers show health benefit for the obese without weight loss The Nordic diet may reduce the bad effects of obesity, even without weight loss, according to a study...

Simplot to launch new John West ready to eat tuna meals Food manufacturer Simplot Australia is set to launch a new range of ready to eat tuna meals under its John West brand, with the new range combining...

Tassal launches new Salmon Burgers in Australia Australia’s largest salmon producer Tassal has launched a new range of salmon burgers in Australia. The Tassal Salmon Burgers are available in Lemon Pepper...

Simplot launches new John West Tuna Pasta Salad in Australia Food manufacturer Simplot has announced it will launch a new Tuna Pasta Salad range under its John West brand. The range delivers a blend of...

Tinned food struggles drive demand for alternative types of packaging One in five consumers consider tinned food difficult to open, but with UK consumers spending over £8 billion on the most convenient...

Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids linked to smaller risk of coronary heart disease Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, according to a study from the University...

Salmon is popular with the over 50s in Australia High in omega-3 fatty acids and protein, and low in fat, salmon is often described as a superfood. Almost a quarter of Australians aged 14 and over ate...