The Victorian Farmers’ Markets Association (VFMA) is stepping up its efforts to ensure stallholders that trade at farmers’ markets genuinely are the farmers who grow the produce they sell.
Some consider it a dazzling marketing achievement, others consider it an outrage: selling bottled water to consumers when there is perfectly good tap water to be had for free. View the stats, watch the video, and have your say – bottled gold or a waste of money ?
We were fortunate enough to receive a free pack of new season Delite Mandarins in order to perform a product review.
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The perils and pitfalls of staff Christmas parties can be avoided to ensure the Festive Season doesn’t turn into the “Silly Season” this year
Although medical and health research does not tend to identify women as being more susceptible to the condition than men, data shows that it is considerably more prevalent among Australian women.
The Gluten Free Food Expo is coming back to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, for its 11th year on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May.
Researchers have compiled the first comprehensive carbon footprint league table for fresh food so chefs, caterers and everyday foodies can cook meals without cooking the planet.
Last week the government introduced legislation to end commercial net fishing in Port Phillip Bay. Once the ban is in place iconic Port Phillip Bay species such as King George whiting, rock flathead, garfish and calamari will no longer be available fresh from the bay — and the price of seafood in Victoria will increase dramatically. People are going to have to get used to higher prices.