Media Releases

A New Era of Eco Fashion

Fashion and the environment can go hand-in-hand with unique watches, sunglasses, wood reading glasses and much more, all made from environmentally friendly and sustainable materials.

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Accreditation For Victoria’s Farmers’ Markets

The Victorian Farmers’ Markets Association (VFMA) is stepping up its efforts to ensure stallholders that trade at farmers’ markets genuinely are the farmers who grow the produce they sell.

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Aussie’s Food Likes Change With The Weather

Turning hot and cold: how the weather changes Australians’ food likes and consumption. It seems soup is something that many Aussies like when it’s cold outside but turn their nose up at when the sun comes out.

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Baking a difference with Red Cross

It’s that time of year again, when local families and communities around Australia get creative in the kitchen to help Red Cross bake the world a better place.

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The Taste of Aussie

Bottled Water Consumption

Some consider it a dazzling marketing achievement, others consider it an outrage: selling bottled water to consumers when there is perfectly good tap water to be had for free. View the stats, watch the video, and have your say – bottled gold or a waste of money ?

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The Taste of Aussie

Changes to food truck requirements in Adelaide

Adelaide City Council comes to table on food trucks. Changes will create a level playing field for existing and temporary food operators

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Do You Seldom Have Time For Breakfast ?

It’s widely considered the most important meal of the day, yet 23% of Australians say they ‘seldom have time for breakfast’. Read more and have your say in our poll !

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Females in Food – Empowering Women

Females in Food is a powerful and influential collective of female food and beverage artisans, innovators, business leaders and entrepreneurs. A community dedicated to empowering women around the globe. Females in Food provides opportunities and resources to make it easier for women to grow their profile and their business.

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Festive Season Staff Parties – Don’t Be A Silly Season Tragic

The perils and pitfalls of staff Christmas parties can be avoided to ensure the Festive Season doesn’t turn into the “Silly Season” this year

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Fighting Hunger in South Australia

Demand for Foodbank SA’s services in South Australia continues to grow – with more than four million meals provided annually through a large network of charity partners as well as school breakfast clubs.

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Fish Industry To Be Gutted By Legislation

Melbourne and Geelong’s fish industry will be “gutted” if legislation banning commercial fishing in Port Philip Bay is passed by government this week an industry leader has warned.

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Fresh Beats Frozen For Aussie Veggie-eaters

It’s no secret that most Australians don’t eat the recommended five serves of vegetables per day, but the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research show that the great majority (87%) of us do include vegetables in our diets

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Healthy Food Partnership To Tackle Obesity

Your favourite foods are about to be changed which will mean the amount of salt and sugar in packaged foods will shrink and recommended portion sizes which will be reduced.

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It May Have Been The Eggs

Australians are incorrectly blaming the off milk at the back of the fridge for food poisoning rather than much more risky raw egg dishes.

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Lactose intolerance on the rise among Australian women

Although medical and health research does not tend to identify women as being more susceptible to the condition than men, data shows that it is considerably more prevalent among Australian women.

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MasterChefs in town for Gluten Free Food Expo 2016

The Gluten Free Food Expo is coming back to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, for its 11th year on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May.

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National Asbestos Awareness Month – (1-30 November)

Don Burke OAM, Ambassador for national Asbestos Awareness Month (1-30 November) has issued a plea to every Australian to make it their business to Get to kNOw Asbestos this NOvember!

Joining the Asbestos Education Committee (AEC), the Asbestos Diseases Research Institute (ADRI) and the Asbestos Diseases Foundation of Australia (ADFA), Don said, “There is no …

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New Flu Protections Following High Season in 2015

Vulnerable Australians will get free access to even stronger protections against the flu in 2016 following another record number of reported cases in 2015.

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New study provides carbon footprint league table for food – RMIT University

Researchers have compiled the first comprehensive carbon footprint league table for fresh food so chefs, caterers and everyday foodies can cook meals without cooking the planet.

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No More Fresh Fish From Port Phillip Bay

Last week the government introduced legislation to end commercial net fishing in Port Phillip Bay. Once the ban is in place iconic Port Phillip Bay species such as King George whiting, rock flathead, garfish and calamari will no longer be available fresh from the bay — and the price of seafood in Victoria will increase dramatically. People are going to have to get used to higher prices.

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