Danish researchers have suggested ‘silent’ reformulation of foods may help consumers eat less calories without even knowing it. Published in Volume 14, Issue 104 of the International Journal of Behavioural...

“Ultra-processed” food make up more than half of all calories consumed by Americans daily says a new study.   Published in Volume 3, Issue Six of the BMJ Open journal, researchers from the University...

Key trends for Australian and New Zealand consumers in 2015, Mintel Consumer rights, health and technology are among key consumer trends for Australia and New Zealand in 2015, according to Mintel’s Senior...

Spinach extract decreases food cravings, study A spinach extract containing green leaf membranes called thylakoids decreases cravings for ‘unhealthy’ foods by up to 95 per cent, and increases...

UK consumers willing to try eating insects if marketed well, Canadean Insects are being touted as the healthy, sustainable food source of the future, but will consumers willingly dine on bugs? Global market...

Australian Health Survey results reveal Australians' eating habits In 2011-12, Australians aged 2 years and over consumed an estimated 3.1 kilograms of foods and beverages (including water) per day,...

Food packaging is not dangerous, Australian experts have said Australian experts have reassured Australians that the chemicals in plastic food packaging are not harmful to human health. Dr Ian Musgrave,...

Many of the formats for front-of-pack nutrition labels currently in use on food products globally have little effect on whether consumers are motivated to choose a healthy product, according to a study...

McDonald’s Australia has launched a new ingredient-tracking smart phone app to squash negative rumours about its processing procedures. The new TrackMyMacca’s app launched last Wednesday, January 16...

The Australian Government Parliamentary Secretary for Health and Ageing, Catherine King, today chaired the sixth meeting of the Food and Health Dialogue. The Dialogue brings together government, industry...