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New study reveals six cups of coffee a day may be healthy

Posted by April 19th 2018

If you’ve been thinking about cutting down on your morning coffees, think again. New research has found drinking up to six cups of coffee a day may be healthy for you. The review of 11 major …


The ice cream that could help you lose weight

Posted by April 11th 2018

Want to eat a whole tub of ice cream without the guilt? A new brand has hit the supermarket shelves and fitness fanatics are going crazy for it. Halo Top ice cream was founded by Los …


How to lose weight while still eating pasta

Posted by May 10th 2018

No longer do you need to pass by that delicious bowl of spaghetti or carbonara, with a new study claiming that you can lose weight while still enjoying your favourite pasta dish. Conventional wisdom – and …


Frozen pomegranate recalled over hepatitis A fears

Posted by April 10th 2018

Supermarket giant Coles has recalled a brand of frozen pomegranate pieces amid reports that several people have been diagnosed with hepatitis A after consuming the product. NSW Health and the NSW Food Authority are said to …


Woolworths supermarkets go plastic bag free

Posted by April 3rd 2018

The days of taking several plastic bags home from the supermarket are coming to an end, with one of Australia’s biggest chains banning the bags from several stores following the Easter rush. Woolworths has revealed that …


Cheeses recalled over listeria fears

Posted by March 26th 2018

A variety of cheeses made in France have been recalled across Australia due to potential listeria contamination. The NSW Food Authority has advised that the recalled Washed Rind cheeses have been sold at supermarkets including IGA …


Aussies get more pork on their fork, but beef is still king

Posted by March 16th 2018

Beef remains Australia’s favourite fresh meat, but pork is making a comeback thanks to TV advertising campaigns and supermarket promotions, according to new sales figures. Despite a slight drop in sales over the last year, fresh …


New technology to reduce self-service checkout queues – and thefts

Posted by March 8th 2018

New technology developed by an Australian company looks set to shorten queues at supermarket self-service checkouts, while removing any chances of customers ‘cheating’ the system. As it stands, shoppers need to manually search for their fruits …