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FIAL in partnership with Food + Wine Victoria is preparing to head to the global food innovation summit Seeds&Chips 2019 in Milan in May with a contingent of Aussie innovators.

Nutella has used a Guinness World Records title to boost awareness and return on investment.

The rapidly growing plant-based meats industry will revolutionise the way we eat, and Australia must hurry to claim a stake, according to a new report.

Diagnostic solutions expert Romer Labs will be putting Ergot Alkaloids under the microscope tomorrow in the first of a webinar series on emerging food safety issues.

Australia could have enough megawatt-hours of renewable energy to move to 100 per cent renewables if all of the wind, solar and storage projects currently in the pipeline go to plan.

TOMRA’s president and CEO, Stefan Ranstrand, was named ‘best CEO in the sustainable resource management industry’ in the European CEO Awards.

We are always on the look out for innovations on shelf that take us into unknown territory, offer a new twist on normal, or make use of edgy ingredients. Watch this short wrap of some that we spotted.

New processing and packaging technologies will be on display at AUSPACK 2019 in Melbourne next week. Watch this short video for a sneak peek.

Four bidders, led by Mondelez International, are battling it out to buy Australian bikky icon Arnott's from Campbell Soup.

Beverage giant Lion has taken a significant stake in Victorian craft gin maker Four Pillars Gin.

A Victorian egg company has been quarantined and its eggs, which are sold in the major supermarkets, have been recalled across several states.

AUSPACK, the southern hemisphere’s leading exhibition for the processing and packaging industry, kicks off in Melbourne next week. Here are nine great reasons to be there.

Meal company Five Point Four has entered into administration citing tough competition in the online food delivery space.

ASX-listed Yowie Group Ltd has advised shareholders to 'take no action' following an intended off-market takeover bid offer.

University of South Australia researchers have developed a new technique that they say may greatly reduce industry’s dependence on natural gas.