This article by Bernd Weber, University of Bonn, was originally published on The Conversation as Junk food packaging hijacks the same brain processes as drug
Much loved chocolate treat of the 90’s, the Yowie, has finally made its way back home and is now available
Nutella and doughnut lovers can rejoice: 7-Eleven and Krispy Kreme have teamed up with Nutella to bring their newest doughnut
Tip Top has released its newest lunch-time innovation, Sandwich Thins, into the Australian market. The new light and thin bread
OzHarvest has today opened Australia’s first rescued food market in Kensington in Sydney, providing food and resources at a lower cost than supermarkets.
Australians have become the first in the world to taste the newest offering from Mars; the M&Ms chocolate block. The
Slurpee Australia has won the Shorty Award in the Food and Beverage Category for its social media campaign ‘Thrills, No
Wellness and healthy eating may be in vogue, but more Australians than ever are regularly eating chocolate, according to the results of a new Roy Morgan survey.
More than 180,000 consumer products have been reformulated in 2016 by global food and beverage companies, in an attempt to develop healthier food and target the growing trend for wellness and healthy eating.
United Petroleum has swooped in to rescue embattled purveyor of fine pasty goods, Pie Face, but the purchase price remains a mystery pack.
Nestlé has unveiled its newest range of the iconic chocolate bar, adding three new flavours to the Kit Kat repertoire.
Ocean Spray International Services has recently appointed David Wingate into the role of category business development manager, to lead Ocean