Food Innovation Australia Limited has launched a UK Grocery Accelerator Program to help Australian food exporters establish themselves successfully in the United Kingdom and Europe. The 12-month pilot...

A new sugar content certification program called ‘Sugarwise’ is gaining traction in the United States. Food products with added sugars meeting World Health Organisation guidelines will be eligible...

Despite indications the poll would be close, the London financial community has been dumbfounded by the decision of a majority of British voters to leave the European Union (EU). However, advocates of...

United Kingdom scientists at the University of Leicester have identified a gene that regulates fruit ripening. The discovery offers serious potential to aid food production by permitting more natural forms...

The UK government has officially launched its traffic light labelling system, which has been subject to much debate over the past year. The red, yellow and green labels have been officially released by...

New research, published this week by market research company Mintel, has found that for the first time, in 2011, the proportion of private label food and beverage product launches overtook branded food...

Salt levels vary significantly in the fast foods sold by six major companies in various developed countries, according to a study published this week in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. An international...

People in the UK are significantly misjudging the amount of sugar in popular drinks, particularly those perceived as “healthy” options, according to new research by the University of Glasgow, in Scotland. The...

One of Australia’s largest manufacturers, Campbell Brothers, which also provides analytical laboratory services, has expanded its food-testing operations by buying two companies in Britain and Ireland...

The UK food industry has cautiously welcomed the British Government’s fourth “carbon budget” but maintained that meeting goals to cut emissions must not put the country at a competitive...