After a close election win, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has appointed his new ministry. While there were no major surprises, the new who, what and where to go is important information for food companies...

This article was amended on 6 July 2016: The voting patterns in Australia’s federal election on 2 July 2016 show Australians to be somewhat disillusioned with the main political parties. However, there...

A bid in the Federal Senate to change country of origin seafood labelling laws for seafood is expected to run into roadblocks. A bid in the Federal Senate to change country of origin seafood labelling...

Western Australian (WA) Commissioner of Police Karl O’Callaghan says alcohol advertising should be banned during sport broadcasts because they cause “far more harm” than betting promotion. The comments...

In a world first, Denmark has introduced a tax on food products high in saturated fats. Despite the move sparking fresh calls for a similar tax law to be introduced in Australia, food industry opinion-makers...

A new private member’s Bill to be tabled this week to Australian Parliament would, if passed, require Australia’s major supermarkets to reveal what percentage of the retail price of their fresh...

Nestlé has closed its three production plants in Egypt – and its local headquarters in Cairo – due to the political unrest in the African country. The world’s largest food manufacturer...