AUSTRALIA’S biggest honey company and some of the country’s largest supermarkets are facing accusations of selling ‘fake honey’. Five experts look at the impact of the allegations Australia’s...

Food trends are no different to foods themselves. Some are destined for a short life while a few will catch on to become a top consumer preference. Foods that are ‘natural’ and ‘preservative free’...

Australia’s food and grocery body welcomes Government’s deregulation moves The Australian food and grocery sector is supportive of the Australian Government’s actions to reduce the regulatory burden...

A leading Australian nutrition scientist, Professor Andrew Sinclair from Deakin University, has called for mandatory labelling in Australia of trans fat in food products. His findings indicate that some...

After initially announcing that the ban on beef imports from BSE-affected countries would be repealed, the government has backflipped, with Agriculture Minister Tony Burke yesterday announcing that any...

The Australian Beef Association yesterday told the current Australian Senate inquiry into Beef Imports that the majority of local beef producers will continue to oppose changes to Australia’s beef...

Australia is adjusting its imported food policy settings for beef and beef products, with controversial changes to come into effect from 1 March, 2010.An update of the science of bovine spongiform encephalopathy...

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has invited individuals and organisations with an interest in the regulation of food to comment on a proposal to develop measures to maximise seed sprouts safety. The...

The Freddo Frog, one of the most iconic Australian confectionery products, is celebrating its 80th birthday with an online campaign that has ignited the debate over self-regulation of advertising less...