Australia’s 14 million shoppers have shifted their shopping habits over the last decade according to the work of Roy Morgan Research. Australia’s 14 million shoppers have shifted their shopping habits...

Australian supermarkets Woolworths and Coles, along with food brands Kellogg’s, Vegemite and Milo are among the top 10 ‘meaningful brands’ for Australians, according to new findings from communications...

Australian alcoholic drink habits, update in trends In 2014, 68 per cent of Australian adults drank alcohol in any given four-week period, with the average volume consumed over this time being 23.6 glasses...

Shoppers want ‘blended’ experience of bricks with clicks Grocery shoppers increasingly want the benefits of digital services to be part of their grocery shopping experience too, according to global...

Coles trials voice recognition device for online shopping Australian supermarket giant Coles has announced it is launching a customer trial of “hiku”, a new digital device, not yet available in Australia,...

Global packaged water consumption to overtake carbonates in 2015 Historically carbonated soft drinks have led global soft drinks consumption, but 2015 will see packaged water overtake carbonated drinks,...

Coke reigns supreme as Australia’s favourite soft drink Four of the five most popular soft drinks in Australia are cola flavoured, and three of those are Coca-Cola brands, according to findings from...

Snack foods growth slows in Australia Health trends, volatile input prices and strong competition have slowed growth in Australia’s snack food sector, according to market research organisation IBISWorld....

Chocolate innovation takes off globally, despite sales growth slow-down The pace of growth in the global chocolate market slowed in 2014 as the industry faced challenges stemming from increased cocoa prices,...

“Fresh” implications from Federal Court decision on Coles bread fine The decision by the Federal Court of Australia to order Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd (Coles) to pay penalties of $2.5 million...