2-3 Jun 2019
ICC SYDNEY, DARLING HARBOUR

Food & Drink

Consumer Demand for Plant-Based Goods is a Booming $4.2 Billion Industry

Apr 19, 2019 Food & Drink

According to the most recent SPINS’ analysis, the ‘plant-based’ goods industry is projected to be worth $4.2 billion by the end of 2018 after growing 18 percent in the year ending July 15, 2018. SPINS estimates that the plant-based sector will grow to $6 billion in sales by 2020, which would be a 100 percent increase over […]

Five Healthy Food And Beverage Trends To Watch In 2019

Apr 16, 2019 Food & Drink

Article written by Kylee Anderson More Australians than ever before are opting to follow healthy food trends in a bid to win the nationwide fight against obesity. While 2018 was undoubtedly the year of alcohol-free cocktails and wood-fired cuisine, 2019 promises to be all about wild greens, plant-based proteins, and a host of wholesome and delicious […]

More Than Just Almond Milk

Apr 15, 2019 Food & Drink

Nourish & Care was brought to life through the partnership between a naturopath and pharmacist. It is well-known that these two industries and schools of thought do not typically get along, having vastly different approaches. However, this uncommon partnership looked at taking the strengths and best practices of each world, creating a new and holistic approach […]

For the Love of All Things Bugs!

Mar 26, 2019 Food & Drink

Bugs, so small, mighty and nutritious in goodness too, but who would have thought… that edible insects could be the food of the future? The population of the world is growing and climate change impacts the way we farm. So to counteract the inevitable situation of food insecurity the world needs to rethink ways we […]

Hemp Oz: How a socially-minded Aussie start-up hemp company is taking health drinks to the next level

Mar 12, 2019 Food & Drink

The stage was perfectly set for an innovative and fresh-thinking brand like Hemp Oz to launch Australia’s first Hemp Kombucha when hemp prohibition ended in Nov 2017 after 83 years. The meteoric rise in the popularity of kombucha, coupled with the legalisation of Hemp, meant the demand for both could be met with their innovative […]

Made With Love, Giselle&I

Jan 31, 2019 Food & Drink

Want a simple and natural way to help your baby with colic or other wind and gastrointestinal problems? Look no further than Giselle&i. Run by mother of six, Lily Toma has created a natural tea to help treat colic and wind for infants and children, and is on her way to creating an empire of […]

Top Health Food Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

Jan 25, 2019 Food & Drink

2018 saw many new and creative trends hit the health food industry. From veganism and digestive health, to collagen and functional beverages, the health food industry welcomed many innovative options for consumers when it came to food and drink. This forward way of thinking isn’t stopping any time soon, with 2019 expected to see even […]

Veganism and the Environment

Jan 22, 2019 Food & Drink

Many dubbed 2018 ‘the year of the vegan’, with plant-based meats and cheeses becoming staples in people’s pantry’s at home and on supermarket shelves. Vegan diets became increasingly mainstream, with consumers taking on the lifestyle change for a number of reasons, from helping to combat specific health problems, to helping protect the environment and animals. […]

Saving Our Strawberries From Landfill

Jan 17, 2019 Food & Drink

September last year saw Australia face a nationwide ‘strawberry contamination’, with over 100 cases reported from customers of sewing needles being found inside their punnets of store-bought strawberries. It was estimated that up to seven brands of strawberries were effected by the crisis, including Donnybrook Berries, Lover Berry, Delightful Strawberries and Mal’s Black Label Strawberries, […]

Drought Resistance and Organic Farming

Jan 14, 2019 Food & Drink

As much as consumers are embracing a healthier and more organic lifestyle, many still comment on the fact that going “organic” and living “sustainably” generally equates to a more “expensive” way of living. However, an analysis of over 100 studies conducted by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, may help with a solution to […]

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