The Metcash Distribution Centre in Huntingwood, New South Wales, Australia was awarded the President’s Cup Award at the IGA International Awards of Excellence, which took place in Las Vegas on Sunday, February 11.
A study has been published in the Journal of Nutrition finding that women who ate instant noodles at least twice a week are 68% more likely to be obese and develop metabolic syndrome.
Australian technology could be used to assist in the breakthrough of autonomous cars driving on the road.
Nestlé has been accused of violating ethical marketing codes and misleading customers about its baby formulas.
Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, head of the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has resigned over a report that she had bought stock in a tobacco company.
Due to the aging population in Japan, C-stores are seeking to tap into the health food market to provide nutritional meals and advice.
Amazon has opened its grocery store Amazon Go to the public, allowing anyone with a smartphone and an Amazon account to ‘Just Walk Out’—no waiting in a checkout line required.
British beverage brand Protein Water Co has launched a new range of waters with collagen to support the health conscious.
Robomart has unveiled a driverless, electric and mobile market that delivers groceries and goods on demand.
The humble Violet Crumble chocolate bar has been sold by Nestle Australia and purchased by Australian confectioner Robern Menz.
Coca-Cola announced that it would be introducing a modernised Diet Coke to its range, including new packaging and flavoured Diet Coke.
Coca-Cola has released its latest government-approved beverage into the Japanese market- Coca-Cola Plus