Product innovation from Kellogg’s Australia makes it even easier for on-the-go consumers to pick up a healthy breakfast on their morning commute.
As parent company PepsiCo searches for productivity savings, Smith’s Snackfood Company closes Western Australian potato chip manufacturing plant.
As consumers continue to look for health conscious snacking options on the run, Orgran gives their range of kid and health friendly products a makeover.
Latest Roy Morgan research reveals supermarkets sell the most chocolate bars, with convenience stores remaining an attractive option for impulse purchasing.
Violet Crumble 50 gram bars were removed from shelves on 8 September 2015, after Nestle Australia voluntarily withdrew them from sale because a small number of bars were discovered to be underweight.
New research shows that Governments Health star ratings welcomed by consumers but not influential in purchasing decision
McDonald’s has changed its new digital menu boards across Australia to comply with New South Wales kilojoule (energy) labelling laws,
A 1000 sqm boutique IGA supermarket will create a convenient shopping option on Martin Place, in the heart of Sydney’s CBD and boost the MLC Centre’s nighttime and weekend offering. Due for completion in late 2015, the Romeo Group will tailor its supermarket offer to inner city consumers, with a focus on fresh meal solutions and healthy produce.
Launched in 1935, Kit Kat, with its trademark red wrapper and chocolate fingers, has not just stood the test of time, it has never stopped moving with it and few 80-year-old brands can claim to be trendsetters in the digital age.
New premium dark chocolate introduced by Cadbury seeks to provide ‘new possibilities and experiences’.