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Immunity health claims – making us healthier or sicker?

Immunity health claims – making us healthier or sicker?

Even before coronavirus, immune health has been a growing consumer trend – you can’t get away from claims in the supplement aisle and health food shelves for foods and supplements to “boost your immune system”. If you’re planning to respond to this growing consumer...

Turning food waste into business opportunity

Turning food waste into business opportunity

The way we grow, make, buy, eat and store food is far from perfect. Food waste is a massive issue government, regulators and industry would love to solve, given that it costs the Australian economy $20 billion a year. 2019 stats from the National Food Waste Baseline...

5 food mega trends to watch for

5 food mega trends to watch for

Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO, has taken a stab at sorting nutrition jargon from food fads to define the biggest growth opportunities for Australian food and agribusinesses that could be worth $25 billion by 2030. Terms like ‘plant-based’, ‘free-from...

The rise of the flexitarian

The rise of the flexitarian

Dietary rules used to be black and white: people were either vegetarian or meat eaters. Vegans were virtually unheard of and most of us would simply blink and stare wondering what words like pescatarian or flexitarian even meant. Cut to 2019, where 32% - or nearly...

4 simple ways to source credible nutrition information

4 simple ways to source credible nutrition information

Does it ever feel like you can barely keep up with the latest nutrition news and research? The internet is littered with nutrition and health information that ranges from downright dangerous to helpful and interesting. Here at Appetite Communications, we take an...

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