Coca-Cola Amatil's venture capital platform, Amatil X, has set up operations in Indonesia to capitalise on the region's reputation as a startup hub.

The government of Western Australia is offering up to $2 million in matched funding for industry-led projects setting up or expanding in Collie, in WA's south west.

A study published recently in the journal Environmental Research reports research results showing eating organic food brings pesticide levels down in humans in as little as a week.

More than 4300 exhibitors from 67 countries including Australia will gather next month at SIAL China which will this year showcase 21 food categories across 17 exhibition halls.

A new intellectual property system is being developed to help protect Australian wine brands against copycat exports.

Nestlé Australia is introducing a new version of Milo without cane sugar in response to the changing tastes and health concerns of consumers.

Sydney’s Montreal-style bagel house, Smoking Gun Bagels, has collaborated with Callebaut to take its annual Hot Cross Bagel to new heights.

SunRice has relaunched its low GI white rice product in an urge to challenge ‘wellness’ food fads and encourage Australians to “have your carbs and eat them too”.

Savvy coffee companies have worked hard, some for many years, to improve supply chain transparency. We hear from Lavazza on its latest sustainability projects.

The Youfoodz ready-to-eat meal brand has expanded into the ready-to-cook meal kit niche, ramping up its home-delivered offerings for time poor consumers.

Cadbury has collaborated with group of anthropologists and designers from different cultural backgrounds to create a symbol for responding to social media critics.

In what is being hailed as a world-first, a drone company owned by Google is set to launch a commercial home delivery service in Canberra that will include chocolate and gelato.

Australia's major brewers have rejected claims made about the impact on children of alcohol deals in football following the release of a study.

An Indian-inspired nut brittle, ‘sesadamia’ butter and soba nut cookie bar were three of the winners in Australian Macadamia’s annual Innovation Challenge.

A new window of opportunity is opening for Aussie almonds with the export market expanding into South America.