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Consumer demand for calorie information has led Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) to publicise the calorie content of its wines online.
Lion is in the second phase of a campaign which addresses common myths about beer.
Fonterra has responded to consumer demand by reducing the sugar content of one of its yoghurts by 25 per cent.
Mondelez International has committed to removing artificial colours and flavours from its products.
Nestlé has announced that KitKat will become the first global chocolate brand to be made only from sustainably-sourced cocoa from early next year.
The new Allen’s Jelly Tots – last sold in Australia in 2004 – have returned to the market, but this time with no artificial colours.
DSM has launched a new ingredient that has been shown to help digestion in gluten-sensitive consumers.
Fonterra's new powder plant at Heerenveen in the Netherlands receives a royal welcome.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises has announced that it will remove all artificial colours, flavours and preservatives from its menu over the next two years.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given food companies three years to cut trans fats from the US food supply.
The use of wheatgrass in supplements and food and drink products is a trend that doesn't appear to be easing.
Kellogg is coming to the Health Star Ratings party with the voluntary nutritional rating set to grace its cereal packs from June.
Monash has launched a new certification program for food companies wanting a stamp certifying their goods as low in FODMAPs.
Australian Certified Organic is holding crisis meetings with organic millers over a shortage of certified organic grain and resulting price hikes.
As the backlash against sugar continues, the World Health Organisation has released new intake guidelines for both adults and children.