A new study has found the price of a grocery product is the most looked for piece of information by consumers reading packaging and labelling. Conducted by market research company, Colmar Burton, the study...

TV cooking shows might be good for getting people into the kitchen but they are not great at demonstrating good food safety practices a new study has found. Published in the Journal of Nutrition Education...

A University of Queensland study has found a genetic variation which impacts the composition of breastmilk and could have a lasting impact on a child’s gut health. Researcher, Paula Smith-Brown, said...

A study has found those with the ‘obesity gene’ can lose weight through diet, exercise and medications just as easily as those who do not have the gene. According to the study published this week by...

An academic review has confirmed a link between feeding eggs and peanuts to babies as young as four months and a reduced likelihood of developing allergies to these foods later in life. Although infant...

A University of Sydney review has found evidence of bias in research on the health benefits of artificial sweeteners. The examination found academic reviews funded by artificial sweetener companies were...

A Swinburne University team has discovered a way to re-use the large amount of plant waste often left over from producing wine. According to the team, grape pomace, which is the skins, pulp, seeds and...

An analysis published this week by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has said a 1967 Harvard review of studies into the links between sugar, fat and heart disease, was deliberately...

A new study has found young Australians are more likely to engage in risky alcohol consumption if they like or follow an alcohol brand or retailer on social media. Published in the Australian and New Zealand...

A study into seafood fraud has found, on average, one in five pieces of seafood tested worldwide were mislabelled. The study tested a total of 25, 000 pieces of seafood from across the globe. Conducted...