Australians are underestimating the amount of salt they eat by at least a third a new study has found. After studying the diets of more than 400 Australians, The George Institute for Global Health found,...

Salt could soon be more than just a seasoning with new Canadian research discovering its potential to fight superbugs. Published in Volume 94, Issue 2 of The Journal of Hospital Infection, the study found...

McKenzie’s Foods is launching three new products in time for Spring. Shaved Dried Coconut 150g – The shaved dried coconut will be sold in a resealable bag and is well suited for baking, cereals, Asian...

Deakin University researchers in Melbourne have found that children who eat more than the recommended amount of salt have an increased risk of becoming overweight or obese.   Published in Volume 115,...

Ward McKenzie’s have launched a new ‘pinch pots’ salt range into Australian supermarkets.   The product line comes in four flavours which are packaged in small pots that consumers can take...

Australia’s largest study comparing private and branded label products has found the average salt content to be significantly lower in private label products.   Lead author Helen Trevena, from the...

Packaged food and soft drinks account for half daily calories in Western countries Globally, consumers buy 1.5 trillion calories a day, with the average global consumer purchasing 765 calories each day...

Ward McKenzie’s new product launches in Australia One of Australia’s oldest family-owned food manufacturers, Ward McKenzie’s has launched 13 new products in its range. The new products include SuperBlend,...

Study finds salt intake not associated with heart health risks Salt intake was not associated with mortality or risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and heart failure (HF) in older adults based on self-reported...

Australian infants eat “excessive levels” of salt in foods, Deakin Uni study More than half of Australian toddlers have excessive salt intakes putting them at risk of high blood pressure, stroke and...