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Iced tea and breakfast drinks blitz beverage market

Iced tea and breakfast drinks blitz beverage market The 21st century has not been kind to flavoured carbonated soft drinks, as the number of Australians aged 14 years or older consuming them continues to decline by the year, but Australians are drinking more iced tea and breakfast drinks, according to findings from market research organisation Roy Morgan Research. Whereas 11,347,000 people (or 71 per... Read more »

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Energy drinks sales skyrocket in UK despite health concerns

Energy drinks sales skyrocket in UK despite health concerns Over half of UK consumers believe energy drinks are bad for ier health, but sales of the drinks are reaching record levels anyway, according to global market research organisation Canadean. Canadean said that to secure the success of this fast-growing... Read more »

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Bulla launches coconut flavoured frozen yoghurt in Australia

Bulla launches coconut flavoured frozen yoghurt in Australia Bulla Dairy Foods (Bulla) has launched a new Coconut Flavoured Frozen Yoghurt in Australia, continuing what it called “the coconut craze”. Featuring a creamy coconut flavoured centre and tropical fruit frozen yoghurt shell, Bulla’s... Read more »

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Potential divestiture threat to Supermarket majors in Australian government Green Paper

Potential divestiture threat to Supermarket majors in Australian government Green Paper The Australian Federal Government is considering a range of reforms... Read more »

Woolworths rejects rumour it will sell Big W

Woolworths rejects rumour it will sell Big W Australian supermarket giant Woolworths has rejected reports that it is considering selling its department... Read more »

Potato Tracker project reveals taste and convenience key factors to increase Australian spud consumption

Potato Tracker project reveals taste and convenience key factors to increase Australian spud consumption Australian consumers are buying potatoes for taste... Read more »

Mediterranean diet, olive oil and nuts can help reverse metabolic syndrome, study

Mediterranean diet, olive oil and nuts can help reverse metabolic syndrome, study For people with metabolic syndrome, a Mediterranean diet supplemented... Read more »


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Tropical tree produces sweetener suitable for diabetics, study

Tropical tree produces sweetener suitable for diabetics, study A process for producing the sweetener erythritol from sapodilla, a tropical tree, has been... Read more »

Coffee good for the liver, even if decaffeinated, study

Coffee good for the liver, even if decaffeinated, study Drinking coffee, caffeinated or not, may benefit liver health, according to new research from the... Read more »

UK prefers vegetables over miracle health cure products, Canadean

UK prefers vegetables over miracle health cure products, Canadean A majority of UK consumers are distrustful of food and drinks products that offer a ‘magic... Read more »


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Simplot launches new John West Tuna Pasta Salad in Australia

Simplot launches new John West Tuna Pasta Salad in Australia Food manufacturer Simplot... Read more »

ABE’S Bagel Bakery launches Bagel Crisps range in Australia

ABE’S Bagel Bakery launches Bagel Crisps range in Australia New Zealand based... Read more »

‘Street’ inspired cider launched to match Melbourne street food trend

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