PREMIUM-ISATION and free-from foods are two prominent trends that gained momentum in 2018, according to Nick Hickford, the new marketing and innovation director of Don Smallgoods. Hickford, who was previously...

Coca-Cola Amatil has launched a new business platform to help explore new opportunities outside of beverages. Named ‘Amatil X’, the platform will help support the development of concepts, start-ups...

Australians may one day be able to eat rare meat without having to worry about food poisoning thanks to new technology currently under testing. In addressing a growing trend of eating rare meat, Meat and...

Nestle has debuted the first chocolate bar made using its new sugar reduction technology. In late 2016, Nestle revealed that it was working on a way to reduce sugar in its food without changing the taste...

Fonterra is now using virtual reality technology to show employees how to navigate its manufacturing sites safely without having to actually be there. Fonterra says the new technology, developed with Beca,...

The winners of Australian Macadamia’s world-first Innovation Challenge have been revealed, along with a number of new innovative macadamia food products. Hosted 1 March 2018 in Byron Bay, NSW, the Australian...

Imagine siting down to a breakfast chickpea flakes? This situation may be a reality if a new Australian research project comes to fruition. Working with Uncle Toby’s and Woods Foods, a pulse processor...

Caltex Australia is launching its own start-up accelerator program in hope of disrupting and challenging its current business model. The Caltex Spark program will provide start-ups and entrepreneurs with...

PepsiCo recently hosted an interactive session at the Active & Intelligent Packaging Providers Conference in the United States seeking the very best ideas for new packaging formats. The PepsiCo brand...

A CSIRO developed technology which stops cut apples from going brown is now being used to sell pre-sliced apple bags in the United States. ‘Arctic apples’ will be sold in the US through a Canadian...