Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain is changing its recipe.   Fans of the cereal have been told that it will still have its same malt taste but the breakfast food is now a source of fibre and has less sugar...

The first “clean labelling” workshops run by FoodLegal in Sydney and Melbourne were a major success. Tickets still remain for the final Sydney and Brisbane events.   Attendees say that the workshop...

A class action has been brought against fermented milk drink makers Yakult in the USA concerning health claims made on the product.   A motion to dismiss the action was denied as US district judge...

Mediterranean diet betters exercise to cut heart disease risk by nearly half, latest study Not everyone agrees on the best methods to lose weight, but nearly three-quarters (74 per cent) of global consumers...

Coles launches new own-brand ‘super grain’ teff Australian supermarket giant Coles has launched a new ‘super grain’ product, teff, under its own label. Coles said the teff grain, which originated...

FSANZ considers proposed delay to higher dietary fibre requirements Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on draft food regulatory measures it has prepared after assessing...

New launches for own-label with ‘healthy’ claims reach record five-year high New research from market research organisation Mintel has found that the share of own-label food products launched in the...

Iced Tea makers look to ‘health’ marketing platform, Innova research Despite rising levels of interest in recent years, ready-to-drink (RTD) or iced teas still accounted for a relatively modest 7.5...

Half of consumers around the world say they are actively trying to lose weight, and 75 per cent of them plan to achieve that goal by changing their diet, according to market research organisation Nielsen....

Gut and immune function health claims guidelines for EU updated The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has launched an open consultation on its updated draft Guidance on the scientific requirements...