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How the switch from frozen to fresh catapulted My Muscle Chef to the forefront of ready meals market

Tushar Menon talks muscling his way into the convenience market with healthy and tasty meal options.

Coles’ acquisition of Jewel Fine Foods gets green light from ACCC

Coles’ acquisition of a major supplier is its first since listing as an independent company on the ASX.

Unilever adapts lines to produce hand sanitiser as factories run nonstop to meet demand for essentials

Unilever has reassured staff that they will be protected from sudden drops in pay as a result of market disruption or being unable to perform their role.

Coles begins roll out of online priority service as temporary substitute for Coles Online

The supermarket giant has also added dedicated shopping hours for emergency services and healthcare workers.

Beer giants warn shutdown could stall beer supply for months

“You can’t turn major breweries off and then quickly turn them back on,” Carlton & United Breweries CEO Peter Filipovic warns.

ACCC allows supermarkets to work together to overcome supply issues

ACCC decision allows supermarkets to temporarily sidestep competition rules in order to address challenges with food and grocery supply.

Supermarkets add social distancing measures as government grants exemption to shutdown

Woolworths and Aldi implement tighter measures as supermarkets and food suppliers granted exemption from shutdown.

FSANZ told to revise pregnancy warning labels

Food Forum Ministers haave rejected FSANZ recommendations for new mandatory pregnancy warning labels on alcohol products.

Pernod Ricard donates alcohol to combat hand sanitiser shortage in France

LVMH, Absolut Vodka and Irish Distillers are all supporting the creation of more hand sanitiser to meet increased global demand.

What’s in a name? Why brands are veering away from the ‘vegan’ label

Whether plant-based or vegan, this is one area that continues to grow as consumers increasingly seek alternatives to animal products.