The average Australian is spending $90 a month on fast food a Commonwealth Bank survey has found. This is a 20 per cent increase on the amount Australians were spending on fast food two years ago. Australians...

A study has found 26 per cent of US grocery shoppers are purchasing items from the frozen foods aisle more frequently than they were in 2016. The increase is led by Millennials and families with kids says...

Images of ‘junk food’ such as chocolate are almost twice as distracting as images of healthy food a study from John Hopskins University in the US has found. Researcher, Howard Egeth, said he and his...

A survey by the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council of over 1,200 found that legume consumption is on the rise. The consumption of beans, peas and lentils has risen four per cent since 2014, according...

The production of food and beverages could become cheaper and more reliable thanks to a germination breakthrough by La Trobe University and University of Western Australia scientists. The research, published...

Australian retailers are “completely unprepared for Amazon’s arrival” says marketing agency Datasauce. After surveying the country’s current retail businesses, Datasauce said 10 per cent of its...

Australia’s dairy and soy food market is forecast to be worth US $13 billion between 2016 and 2021 says one of the world’s largest data and insights provider, GlobalData. According to GlobalData, between...

Foodland customers are the most satisfied Australian supermarket shoppers says Roy Morgan Research. After conducting a study, Roy Morgan Research found in August 2017 customer satisfaction with Foodland...

Australia’s restaurants are benefitting from delivery services like UberEATS and Foodora new research by IBISWorld has found. According to IBISWorld, delivery services are contributing to a 2 per cent...

Over 70 per cent of Australians living in metropolitan areas make an effort to buy food and drink with the Australian Made or Grown logo on it new research from Mintel has found. Among urban living Australians...