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’...

Australian Food News recently interviewed Martin Halphen, Owner and Chief Executive Officer of fruit and milk delivery service, The Fruit Box. He offered the following tips and advice for other food companies....

Demand for Australian fruit, especially mandarins, continues to increase in Thailand, on the back of targeted trade promotional campaigns like the annual ‘Australia Now! In Season’ initiative. ‘Australia...

Australian researchers have developed a banana rich in pro-vitamin A to help address nutrition deficiencies. It is estimated that 650, 000 – 700, 0000 children worldwide die from pro-vitamin A deficiency...

Two Australian women on a mission to reduce food waste have launched a new vodka made using carrots. The pair behind the drink, Gen Windley and Alice Gorman, came up with the idea knowing that carrots...

Australian grapes are back in demand across Korea, after a joint rebranding and promotional campaign helped convey the taste and quality of the fruit to consumers and wholesalers. The need for the campaign...

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...

An Israeli start-up has developed an app which takes all the guess work out of deciding whether a piece of fruit is ripe or not. Created by Aclar Tech, the ‘AclaroMeter’ uses an app and sensor to analyse...

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...

Bananas are Australia’s most popular fruit, new Nielsen research has found. After surveying Australian households, Nielsen discovered that in the past year, nine out of 10, or 94 per cent, purchased...