A CSIRO report has found eating more protein for breakfast may be the key to healthy weight loss. The report says the latest scientific evidence encourages eating at least 25 grams of protein at each main...

Allergy injections along with food desensitisation treatment could help provide relief to children who have multiple food allergies a study has found. Studying 48 US children who have multiple food allergies,...

Queensland University of Technology has launched a research project that will track Australian beef from paddock to plate in an effort to fight food fraud. The ‘BeefLedger’ project will run out of...

The world’s first take-home course that teaches how to taste coffee has been launched in Melbourne. The ‘Learn to Taste Coffee’ consists of four modules which will teach students how roasting, bean...

A Melbourne TAFE is now offering courses in greengrocery. From February 2018, Melbourne Polytechnic is offering a Certificate II and Certificate III in Greengrocery. Melbourne Polytechnic says it is the...

Cutting saturated fat in children’s diets reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease in adulthood a New Zealand study has concluded. Published online by PLOS One Journal, the study conducted by University...

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...

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...