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Since partnering with Middle Eastern airline Emirates, Qantas has removed all pork products from its in-flight menu on Europe-bound routes
Sanitarium, the makers of Marmite, are urging people to "go ahead - dig in" to the new supply of breakfast spread
A trade deal struck between India and Australia will allow for small quantities of frozen and chilled Australian lamb to be initially served at high-end Indian hotels and restaurants
Australia's imported meat products undergo "strict certification and government endorsement" to verify that what's in the product is what's detailed on the packaging
Shortages of bananas and citrus are expected as the floods cause transport delays, but one Aussie supermarket vows to support local farmers through and through
The Golden Arches get an Australian makeover in recognition of the nation's founding anniversary
Readers went bananas when In-N-Out popped up for a brief visit in Sydney, making this the #1 story thanks to so much action across our social media channels
Foodies unite at Melbourne's Albert Park from November 15-18 for the Taste of Melbourne festival
Food prices are forecast to reach record highs next year with skyrocketing agricultural commodity prices causing the world to re-enter a period of 'agflation', agricultural banking co-operative Rabobank Australia said yesterday
The Dutch brewer Heineken is now one step closer to a $4.6 billion deal that would see it take over the remaining shares in Asia Pacific Breweries that it does not already own
A super trawler will be banned from fishing in Australian waters for at least two years after federal government legislation passed the lower house
A new program called Farmhouse Direct will allow consumers to virtually meet Australian farmers, check out their operations, and buy produce straight from via an online farmer's market
Queensland's Brisbane-based beer, XXXX Gold, has been honoured with the title of Australia's Most Popular Beer
Pizza businesses across Australia are offering more digital purchasing channels to top off this favourite boxed meal
Beef Australia brings the international cattle community together every three years in Central Queensland
Sure, the Year of the Pig won't ascend upon us until 2019 - but that's not stopping us from shining the spotlight on our favourite meal accompaniment
The recall concerns batch numbers M011, M012, M013, M014 and M016
A pop-up version of the American burger joint sets up shop in Kings Cross
One woman's quest to bring quality nutrition to the breakfast table, one bowl at a time.
Chinese-owned Bright Food Group is forging forward with a 75 per cent acquisition of Australia's Manassen Foods for a hefty A$400 million
Profits are fizzing out for the first half of the year for soft drink manufacturer and supplier Coca-Cola Amatil, who posted a 27.8 per cent drop in net profit to $153.6 million
Zehnder Gluten Free's innovations have led to high-quality, food safe products with an emphasis on longer shelf life, reduced energy costs and shorter baking times
Yoshii, Buon Ricordo and glass brasserie are among the best restaurant options in Sydney for Japanese, Italian and Australian fare
Chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan has the recipe for success--He's grown a solitary restaurant into a global brand comprised of restaurants, cookbooks and beyond
The Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award celebrates powerful, creative, trail-blazing women who have made a difference in the business community
Foster's Group rejected a $9.5 billion takeover bid from London-based SABMiller, amid rumours of better offers
Building upon the success of their existing relationship, soft drink manufacturer Coca-Cola Amatil has extended a contract with Beam Global to drive growth and market share in Australia.
Coca-Cola Amatil, the Australian arm of Coca Cola, said Wednesday that its net profits after tax of $497.3 million for the 12 months to the end of December, representing an 11 percent rise from the beverage company’s $449 million...
When you go to reach for your favorite bottle of wine from Hardys, Houghton, Banrock Station, Berri, Stanley or Omni, you should find that the flavors you enjoy is still the same. However, those brands have changed hands and have a new owner now.
Many Australian businesses were judged on how they responded to Australia’s most expensive natural disaster in the nation’s history—last week’s floods in Brisbane and throughout Queensland. While some businesses demonstrated an epic fail, others have stepped up to the...
US-based National Foundation for Cancer Research is encouraging you to enjoy the season’s meals without the guilt this year. Together with the foundation, Chef Charles Phillips of Nashville's 1808 Grille is offering holiday tips that will have you feeling great despite the smorgasbord of food and libations.
Not sure where to check into for Christmas dinner tomorrow? How about the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney? Located at 199 George Street in the Rocks district, this vibrant and elegant hotel overlooks the Sydney Harbour and is a...
Tokyo-based beverage company Kirin Holdings is decreasing its net profit outlook by 71.4 percent from the original forecast for the year ending December 31.
It’s been just over a month since donut franchise Krispy Kreme went into voluntary administration, but now pastry lovers Down Under can rejoice. The company has come out of voluntary administration, after closing 24 of 59 stores and laying...
British chef and media relations extraordinaire Jamie Oliver is bringing his fight against fat to Australia. After introducing his Ministry of Food program to the United States and the United Kingdom, he is now committed to spreading the word about teaching healthy food techniques to obese Australians.
It appears that Australians are not eating enough donuts, prompting Krispy Kreme Australia to go into voluntary administration Friday. Due to sales declines, expensive rents, high distribution costs, and a health-conscious population across the donut franchise’s 50 Australian locations,...
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is not cracking up over an egg company who allegedly sold their products under the pretense that they were free-range, when in fact they were plain, old eggs.
Foster’s has rejected an unsolicited, $2.7 billion offer for its Treasury Wine Estates division. The indicative, non-binding proposal involves a cash consideration of between $2.3 billion and $2.7 billion for 100 percent of the assets from a private equity...
This weekend, Victoria Bitter (VB) will unveil its first television commercial from its latest marketing campaign entitled “Real.” The new campaign has been developed by Droga5, and will feature a number of executions including two television commercials, outdoor, print...
Retail food brand manager and franchisor Retail Food Group Limited (RFG) reported a 10.6 percent increase in full year net profit after tax (NPAT) to $26 million, up from $23.5 million in FY09. The company’s final dividend was stated...
Australian beverage maker Foster’s Group Limited announced that Treasury Wine Estates will be the new face of its global wine business as it prepares for the demerger of its wine and beer businesses.
WAMMCO International is the trading name of the producer owned and controlled Western Australian Meat Marketing Co-operative Limited. One of Australia’s largest exporters of lamb, WAMMCO specialises in the production and export of premium quality chilled and frozen lamb products.