NEWS

Every week we select for you the latest and most interesting food facts that make the news.

Friday 27 May
The five most disgusting food additives
You might want to think twice before you take a big lick of that delicious-looking ice cream…

Tuesday 27 May
The Cheaper the Food, the Fatter You Get – Report
Contrary to the popular belief, America is not fat because of it’s lack of movement

Kids still don’t know where their food comes from
In 2010, as part of his Food Revolution, Jamie Oliver stood in front of a classroom of six-year-olds to find out if children really did know what fresh food looked like.

Friday 23 May
Author Bianca Ross dishes up the truth about our most common food mistakes
Don’t think you’re making good food choices just because you’re avoiding food like this.

Monday 12 May
10 foods you should never put in the fridge
When it comes to storing food properly, there are many conventions that some people swear by and others will argue ‘til the end of time. Do you store bread in the fridge, freezer or in a bread box? Should you store tomatoes in the fridge or on your countertop?

Sunday 11 May 2014
Australians are including fewer healthy food options in their diets
Australians are eating less fruit and vegetables than ever before, with teenagers leading the charge in unhealthy eating dominated by fast food, new data from the Bureau of Statistics shows.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/diet-and-fitness/australians-are-including-fewer-healthy-food-options-in-their-diets-20140509-zr8bd.html#ixzz31OXRe6x0

Monday 5 May 2014
We must be alert to the new age of food crime
Food fraud is a growing problem that will prove fatal unless we ask more questions about what we are served

Friday 25 April 2014
What not to eat on a first date
Some dishes are a definite no-go on a first date. Callan Boys shares his list.

Friday 25 April 2014
Jamie Oliver calls for crackdown on junk food being sold near schools
Chef says outlets being allowed to sell fast food close to schools is in conflict with the investment in food education

Thursday 24 April 2014
The 10 most fattening and decadent foods from around the world
Here are 10 of the most decadent foods you’ll find in other countries.

Thursday 24 April 2014
Campbelltown will be the focus of food-lovers and bloggers as part of the Tasting Australia line-up
FOODIES will flock to Campbelltown next week to sample gourmet offerings from local food producers.

Wednesday 23 April 2014
The Lure of Forbidden Food
Children who are highly motivated by food are of particular interest to childhood health experts. Were they born this way? Or do parents create reactive eaters by imposing too many food rules and imposing restrictive eating practices at home?

Wednesday 23 April 2014
Six mistakes Australian food manufacturers are making
Local food manufacturers need to reassess their branding and product development if they’re to remain competitive and grow market share.

Tuesday 22 April 2014
Biggest food myths
Here are a few big myths of the moment and what nutritional science has to say.

Tuesday 22 April 2014
Pickling paradise: the joys of fermenting food at home
Whether simple sauerkraut or an apple and caraway seed concoction, preserving your own food is addictive.

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