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Government's 'woeful' and 'shameful' testing of imports costs Australians: SPC

SPC Cannery, Shepparton ( Photo : Libby Price) The Victorian fruit and vegetable processor has long called for food labelling law reform and is running...

Rodent droppings and mouldy food: Former bakery owner fined $166,000

The former operator of an Adelaide bakery where rodent droppings were found in food has been fined $166,000. The Champion Bakery at Beverley in Adelaide's...

Suspected salmonella outbreak: 250 food poisoning cases linked to principals' conference in Brisbane

A total of 250 people are now sick after a suspected salmonella outbreak at a school principals' conference in Brisbane last week, Queensland Health says. About...

Hepatitis A toll from outbreak linked to Chinese frozen berries climbs to 26 cases

Three new cases of hepatitis A linked to recalled frozen berries imported from China have been reported. Nanna's is one brand linked to an outbreak...

Darwin rolls out welcome mat to passengers aboard Queen Mary 2 cruise ship

Franzisca Goepfert from Germany was not sure what to expect when she held a crocodile for the first time. "It was very dry, it was surprising," Ms Goepfert...

Ways to avoid reliance on supermarkets and combat margin squeeze

While the supermarket code of conduct secured this week is good news, the squeeze on profit margins exists beyond a code. The squeeze on profit margins...

China’s Bright Ruby takes shine to $450m Sydney Hilton

The Hilton deal may set a record for an Australian hotel. Picture: James Croucher Source: News Corp Australia     CHINESE investment house...

O'Neill's Irish Pub in Dickson goes into liquidation but doors remain open

A popular inner north pub is still serving schooners despite going into liquidation. The Supreme Court of Queensland has ordered the winding up of RB...

Marque’s Mark Best finds the beauty in food

MARK Best’s love affair with food, in particular French food, was one that took a while to ignite. It did not begin until the acclaimed chef was in his...

Restaurant brands customers 'peasants' after bad online review

They wouldn't know fine dining if it slapped them in their ugly faces': Restaurant describes bride's hen party as 'chavs' and 'peasants' in revenge for...
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