The health-passionate Hopkins siblings have created a low-carb powerhouse making solid ground in mainstream markets. Samantha Schelling reports. Read more
The Alternative Meat Co has entered the plant-based protein space with gusto. Doris Prodanovic talks with GM Dean Epps about its growth and plans.
Luv-A-Duck’s Red Tray range is about meeting consumer need for convenience and dispelling the myth that duck is hard to cook. CEO Daryl Bussell tells Kim Berry how.
A new partnership with supermarket giant Woolworths means huge growth potential for the subscription-based weekly meal kit service Marley Spoon. Kim Berry spoke with its CEO Fabien Siegel about the business and its future.
From a singular focus to one now offering quick, easy and nutritious vegan heat-and-serve meals, Doris Prodanovic catches up with Slendier MD, Erica Hughes.
When My Muscle Chef started losing customers due to its polystyrene delivery boxes, founder Tushar Menon realised something needed to be done.
The meal kit segment is heating up, with a handful of startups jostling for a spot on the front verandah via IPOs, vertical integration, and marketing know-how.
The push into prepared meals by Australia’s major supermarkets with their own private label products is putting pressure on revenues in the growing category, according to IBISWorld.
Busier lifestyles are changing the way we eat, and also the technology that’s behind the preparation of more convenient foods.
A major movement toward product reformulation is underway among manufacturers in the race to win consumer favour.
Meal kits, prepared meals and grocery e-commerce: we wrap up some of the latest market predictions.
After only three years of operation, online healthy prepared meals company FivePointFour has risen quickly through the ranks in the competitive online meal delivery space.
A ready meals company, which has been catering to the nutritional needs of elite athletes for almost two decades, is ramping up its offering in the home delivery space.
Frozen ‘TV dinners’ have long had a bad rap, but in today’s time-poor world Dietlicious aims to turn this perception around with its premium weight loss meal range.
In-pack pasteurisation technology, produced in partnership with Woolworths, has enabled a fresh range of healthy ready meals displaying the face of celebrity Michelle Bridges.
The future of food production will be highly personalised to individual tastes and nutritional requirements as biosensors integrate with new ‘food generation’ technologies to deliver the perfect ‘dose’ of food, according to the CSIRO.