Swiss global manufacturer and marketer of precision instruments, Mettler Toledo, has created a guidebook for salt determination in food, in a bid to help food manufacturers rise to the challenge of controlling...

A new toolkit is being launched by the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) to help businesses have a greater knowledge of and positive influence on decisions about sustainable packaging design. The...

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) has responded to claims that Australian processed foods for children contain ‘unacceptably high’ levels of salt. The claims were made this week in research...

Global bioscience ingredient manufacturer, Chr. Hansen has introduced a new ingredient innovation that is says will enable cheese producers to cut the sodium content of their products by half, while still...

A new Agreement reached yesterday between food manufacturers, retailers and the Federal Government to reduce the levels of sodium in savoury crackers by set targets, has been welcomed by the Australian...

Despite increased awareness about the risks of too much sodium in consumers’ diets and pledges from governments around the world to reduce salt levels in food, there has been a decline in the number...

The National Heart Foundation of Australia is alarmed at new research that says Australian children are eating as much salt as adults. N ew Australian research has revealed on average children are eating...

Australia’s first “salt-reduced” smoked salmon product is about to hit the market. The Tassal Salt Reduced Smoked Salmon comes with “60% reduced salt” making it a “healthy alternative for those...

Kellogg Australia announced today (Tuesday 12 June 2012) that the company has reduced the salt levels in its Corn Flakes and Rice Bubbles cereal products by 20%, fulfilling its 2010 commitment. On 22 March...

Processed foods are largely to blame for nearly two-thirds (65 per cent) of adult New Zealanders consuming more sodium than current nutrition guidelines recommend, according to researchers from The University...