Gluten avoidance among Australians who do not have coeliac’s disease has plateaued new research has found. A PhD candidate at the Australian Research Council, Kyah Hester, conducted research into how...

Promotion and sales of pork has paid off in increased Australian retail sales of the meat Nielsen research has found. According to Nielsen, over the past 12 months in Australia, pork has experienced a...

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...

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...

Australian dinner parties have changed over the past decade says a new Galaxy Research study commissioned by Meat and Livestock Australia. Over half of Australians (51 per cent) said they think dinner...

Zambrero quick-service Mexican is offering a new vegan menu option after receiving “impassioned feedback” from its customers. Chief Executive Officer of Zambrero, Karim Messih, said Zambrero’s new...

Australians are eating marginally less seafood than they were a year ago new Nielsen research has revealed. According to Nielsen, the overall dollar sales for seafood fell 0.3 per cent in the 12-months...

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,...

Roy Morgan Research has conducted a study into Australia’s eating habits over the past decade, discovering a lot has changed. Café culture boom  According to Roy Morgan, one of the biggest changes...

In case anyone ever doubted it, Australia’s love for a meat pie has been confirmed by the latest statistics released by Roy Morgan Research. According to Roy Morgan, almost 9.4 million Australians, or...