CHOICE says powdered milk marketing is “outlandish” Consumer group CHOICE has claimed that Aspen, Nestle and Nutricia are targeting unsuspecting parents with costly “junior milk” products, which...

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on a proposal to amend minimum age labelling requirements for infant foods from “four months” to “around six months”. FSANZ...

Global bioscience ingredient manufacturer, Chr. Hansen has introduced a new ingredient innovation that is says will enable cheese producers to cut the sodium content of their products by half, while still...

The Australian nut industry has welcomed the NHMRC Australian Dietary Guideline’s recommendation that Australians increase their consumption of nuts by 350 per cent. The guidelines suggest that up to...

Australia’s National Heart Foundation and food giant Unilever have independently welcomed the new Australian Dietary Guideline’s message in support of “good fats.” The 2013 revision of the guidelines...

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) today released revised Australian Dietary Guidelines which the NHMRC said was a “clear and practical approach” to health. Since the last set...

Released for the first time as a stand-alone document, Australia’s new ‘Infant Feeding Guidelines’ were published today by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). Previously contained...

Australian dietitians and cardio-nutritionists are calling on the National Health and Medical Research Council to include polyunsaturated fats as a necessary new food group. Some nutritional experts have...

Australian growers who supply product for oils made from olive, canola, sunflower and soybean have criticised the latest Australian government health recommendations on dietary guidelines for for oils...

New research by the Centre for Alcohol Policy Research (CAPR) shows that 95 per cent of Australians are unable to correctly identify safe drinking levels. The research has been released ahead of a meeting...