A new integrated tool called Mobile Den, which allows retail brands to link digital customer loyalty campaigns and mobile payments directly with their retail operations, has been launched in Australia. The...

Three information technology students from the University of Sydney have won the Microsoft Asian Cup with their BlueClover mobile phone app, which is designed to help diabetics manage their condition. The...

Barcode company GS1 is about to launch its GoScan app. With the support of a range of food industry partners – including the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC), major supermarkets and food manufacturers...

A bank in Victoria is promoting an iPhone app that will allow people to avoid the coffee queue. The ordering system, named NoQ (“no queue”), has been trialled in Adelaide over the past 12 months, with...

The prestigious Dieticians Association of Australia (DAA) President’s Award for Innovation has been presented to two Sydney-based dieticians who recently launched an iphone app to help Australians with...

While food ministers in the UK continue to debate the pros and cons of Traffic Light labelling and Daily Intake Guides, some of the arguments regarding food product labelling may soon be superfluous in...

The popularity of smartphone shopping is changing retail horizons. New smartphone applications have been launched in Australia in the past month by major Australian food retailers. Multinational food giant...

Australia’s largest pizza company, Domino’s Pizza, has launched an Android app which allows its customers to place an order using their smartphone. Domino’s CEO Don Meij said the pizza chain’s...

Introduction Australian Food News recently reported on a new iPhone application introduced by Woolworths for use by its customers. The following presentation was prepared for clients of food industry lawyers...

 Woolworths has announced it is offering its customers a more efficient way to do their grocery shopping with a newly launched iPhone application. Customers can personalise the app to their local Woolworths...