Red Rooster’s latest offering, the Wild Barramundi Burger, has drawn criticism for what some see as misleading advertising. The burger contains cheaper imported South-East Asian barramundi, known...

In the aim of protecting consumers’ interests, the Biological Farmers of Australia (BFA) have created a new consumer feedback program to assist with the regulation of unscrupulous organic claims...

UK retailer Marks and Spencer is to begin clearly labelling dairy products with their country of origin from January. The retailer claimed that it will become the first major chain in the UK to clearly...

Grocery shoppers are heavily swayed by what’s prominently displayed on food labels and scrutinise food labels based on a number of factors, new research from US-based ingredients firm Tate &...

Juice and dairy manufacturer Harvey Fresh has been fined $12,000 by the Perth Federal Court for mislabelling cheese products, ABC Online reported. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission instituted...

The UK Government has outlined new tactics in their bid to tackle waste, including the possibility of ridding packaging of ‘best before’ dates. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural...

The European Commission is considering expanding the use of food labels in the EU to show where the product was farmed. The step follows a Europe-wide consultation on the issue of food quality, and also...

The European Union is looking into possible ways to improve communication about the qualities of agricultural products and reconnect farmers with consumers. The region is also trying to enhance food quality...

Eighty-five per cent of food packages sold in the EU have nutritional information, according to the first released findings of project FLABEL (Food Labelling to Advance Better Education for Life). An audit...

Eighteen major catering companies, including many high street fast-food brands, will introduce calorie information on their menus for the first time. The list of trailblazers, announced overnight by UK...