With pressure growing on retailers to unwrap the plastics on fresh fruit and vegetables, there is a new debate about what is the greater evil — plastic or food waste?
Victorian farmers are struggling to find workers to pick their fruit after an ABF crackdown on illegal foreign workers over the past month.
After floods in Queensland and continuing drought in other parts of the country, the supply of vegetables is being hit hard and prices are rising.
Onion-chopping on an industrial scale may sound like a kitchen nightmare, but it's all in a day's work for the volunteers who hope to produce 5 million meals a year for the disadvantaged.
A sweet potato abundance has prompted some big thinkers from far north Queensland to trial transforming the surplus into flour.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is investigating allegations of unconscionable conduct towards growers by one of the country's major vegetable processors.
Clearer country-of-origin food labelling laws make it easier for shoppers to buy Australian produce.
An investigation by Australia's workplace watchdog into worker exploitation finds some foreign workers on Australian farms are "bonded like slaves" to dodgy labour hire contractors.
The humble flat white is getting a green makeover in an effort to help Australians boost their vegetable intake.