In a first for a large-scale brand in the Australian beef industry, JBS Australia has announced a paddock-to-primals traceability system for King Island Beef as part of the relaunch of its highly regarded...

Market intelligence researchers Mintel predicts there are 5 key trends in 2018. Its findings are part of its latest report, Global Food & Drink Trends 2018. Here are the five identified trends 1. Full...

A study (2016 Transparency ROI Study) released by Label Insight (USA) reveals that: 94 per cent of consumers say they would be loyal to a brand that offers complete transparency 86 per cent of millennial...

A new survey says that nine out of ten Australians want sustainability labelling made compulsory for canned tuna.   The survey commissioned by Simplot’s John West also states that 70 per cent of...

German scientists have developed a novel screening procedure that accurately determines the amount of animal, plant and microbial substances in foods. Almost all foodstuffs contain the genetic material...

Restaurants will soon use cutting edge DNA ‘barcoding’ technology to assure customers they are eating exactly what they ordered, rather than inferior substitutes, according to a leading U.S. scientist. Secretary...

New research from Michigan State University has shown what anecdotal evidence has long suggested: that headlines about food poisoning outbreaks and tainted foods affect consumer spending and purchasing...

IBM has signed an agreement with Matiq, the information technology subsidiary of Nortura, Norway’s largest food supplier, to use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to track and trace...

Taking the private label concept a step further, UK retailer Waitrose is to launch the first line of milk to be produced exclusively from the supermarket’s own herd of cows at its working farm in...