Australians are spending more on fruit and vegetables but eating less of it new Nielsen research has found. According to Nielsen, dollar sales for fresh fruits and vegetables increased by 9 per cent last...

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...

The CSIRO has turned to gamification to help make eating vegetables appealing. Utilising technology, CSIRO scientists have created an app which challenges users to eat three different vegetables at dinner...

Buying fresh Australian vegetables is a long-term and cost-effective investment in your health. Whether they’re being used as the star of a meal, as a tasty side dish, or as a cheap and nutritious between-meal...

A Queensland carrot farm is inviting the public to come pick their own carrots as a unique way to deal with an Australian-wide oversupply in carrots. Kalfresh, located in Kalbar near Brisbane, are running...

All produce suppliers to major Australian supermarkets and retail outlets are being reminded to ensure they comply with the new Harmonised Australian Retailer Produce Scheme before the 1 January 2018 deadline. The...

Children from regional and remote Australia are not eating nearly as many vegetables as they need, researchers from Edith Cowan University have found. The study, published online by the International Journal...

Horticulture Innovation has launched its biggest ever trade push following the announcement of an Australian Federal Government plan to significantly grow exports by 2025. The new ‘Taste Australia’...

Fresh produce producer Costa has announced a $60 million expansion for its mushroom production facility in Monarto, South Australia. The expansion will be supported by the South Australian state government...

Australians are purchasing more Asian vegetables at the supermarket and green grocer according to the latest Nielsen Homescan study. Asian vegetable sales jumped 22 per cent in the 12 months ending January...