The Federal Government wants to change food standards to stop plant-based products being labelled 'meat' or 'milk'.
South Australia announces an independent review into the state's moratorium on genetically modified crops, with scholars and a former anti-GM activist wanting a re-think on its opposition.
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.
Organic farming and grass feeding are promoted as having some social and environmental benefits compared with conventionally produced red meats, but are they any healthier? Leah Dowling and Louise Dunn investigate.
So how long does it take for microorganisms from your kitchen floor to attach themselves to that slice of pizza you dropped? Perhaps you're asking yourself the wrong question, writes Cathy Moir.
It sounds like a contradiction — but the meat you eat in future might come from a plant, or a laboratory, eliminating the need to slaughter animals.
It sounds like a contradiction — but the meat you eat in the future might come from a plant, or a laboratory, eliminating the need to slaughter animals.
With the world moving towards "personalised nutrition", understanding what drives consumers will be increasingly important to Australia's $59 billion agriculture industry, members are told at a summit.
Honey sourced from Western Australia's unique jarrah and other forests, rich in antimicrobial and other health giving properties, is giving manuka a run for it's money as it flies off the shelves for as much as $100 a kilogram in China.