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‘Feel-good food’ is now a social currency for Gen Z

Young Gen Zers aged 15 to 25 are actively looking for greater transparency on food and its origin, expecting brands to produce food that they feel good about eating.

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Covid-19 has fuelled the greatest change in FMCG sector in 100 years

Even as society reopens post Covid-19, Australians are likely to remain homebodies, according to research undertaken by News Corp.

New factors are changing the behavior of FMCG shoppers

Asian consumers now have less disposable income following Covid-19 and will be seeking to optimise their basket spend to prioritise health and value needs.

Covid-19 driving change in Aussies’ snacking habits

Australians are actively seeking out more healthy snacking alternatives in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, according to research by Roy Morgan.

Vegan ice cream is proving a hit with consumers globally

As consumers eye more plant-based foods, vegan ice cream has soared in global production.

Covid-19 has changed the eating habits of Australians

The advent of the coronavirus outbreak has caused a marked shift in the eating habits of Australian consumers.

There’s serious talk about a “job guarantee”, but it’s not that straightforward

It will take a mix of measures to ensure that high unemployment is only temporary.

Sure, let’s bring production onshore, but it might not ensure supplies

OPINION: “The best way to achieve supply chain robustness is to build supply chains involving more than one supplier, located in more than one national territory.”

Low-paid, young women: the grim truth about who this recession is hitting hardest

Young people account for one in two of the jobs lost in accommodation and food services, arts and recreation services and retail trade.

Disagreeability, neuroticism and stress: what drives panic buying during the COVID-19 pandemic

Findings suggest panic buyers are likely to feel a lack of control in their lives, stocking up on items gives them a sense of security in one part of their lives.