You know the symptoms well enough, but what's actually happening inside your body when you have food poisoning? A new study sheds some light on this, and could lead to better treatment for severe symptoms.
Forget honey — olive oil, shredded cheese, coffee, tea and spices are among the premium supermarket products at risk of dilution or fake labelling designed to make companies extra money at the expense of your wallet and, in some cases, your health, writes Emma Beckett.
A person dies from a strain of listeria similar to one that triggered a recall of popular brands of frozen vegetables across Australia, but it is not possible to confirm a direct link to one of the products, Victorian authorities say.
South Australians are being warned not to eat certain alfalfa sprout products after seven people were hospitalised with salmonella.
Yes, bacteria can accumulate on tea towels. But most of the bacteria the researchers found are not responsible for food poisoning or other gastrointestinal symptoms, writes Vincent Ho.
Service station On The Run defends its decision to ban reusable coffee cups and mugs — including its own branded containers — from more than 130 stores across South Australia, explaining the policy is for safety reasons.
South Australians are being reminded not to eat or pick up "potentially deadly" wild mushrooms following the significant increase in the popularity of foraging and use of exotic ingredients.
Thousands of rockmelons have been left to rot in paddocks near Geraldton on the Western Australian coast as record low prices and lost markets mean they are simply not worth picking.
Some Canberra cafes and restaurants are going five years without an inspection, while a chicken shop that closed due to critical public safety breaches has not been audited since November 2016, freedom of information documents reveal.