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Related Links on Food and Marketing Information for chefs, cooks and foodies Dining Downunder This TV cooking show has been on air in 48 countries and is about the hit North America in 2007. Full of great recipes and tips on using Australian ingredients, the site also has a terrific on-line store for easy access Read More ...

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Be Creative with Authentic Australian Ingredients Why deal with Australian Functional Ingredients Pty Ltd? Vic Cherikoff is credited as a pioneer of the Australian Wild Food Industry, some say the Grandfather (or should that be Godfather?) of Australian wild foods and flavours. As a scientist, author and entrepreneur, he has put his degree in Applied Read More ...

Putting Australia on the Menu

Not a mention of Australian cuisine in popular World food trendsA recent research report on the food trends in the USA listed the usual suspects including Italian, Mexican and Chinese as the ‘Big 3’. Lower on the list were French, Spanish and Greek before Japanese, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean, Caribbean, Peruvian and Cuban food. Some cuisines Read More …

Australian Native Extracts for Cosmetics

Australian Native Extracts for CosmeticsAustralian Functional Ingredients is a specialist in supplying Australian native extracts for a wide range of applications. Food uses include nutritional mixes for concentrates, puree blends and flavourings for beverages which use the super-food status of Australian wild foods. And then there are the myriad of cosmetic products and which uses Read More …

Can’t lose weight? Here’s Why…

Can’t lose weight? Here’s Why…If you’ve tried but can’t lose weight it is probably not your fault. The quality of our foods and the way your metabolism reacts are probably the causes.There are so many rubbish diets and food plans, detox programs and celebrity systems that are more designed to sell magazines and spa retreats Read More …

Is table sugar an artificial sweetener?

Is table sugar an artificial sweetener?Interesting discussion on the Sweetener Research Group of LinkedIn. It led me to suggest that perhaps sucrose and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) should be classed as artificial sweeteners too. Research into wild foods in Australia shows that sucrose is rare to absent as a sugar and it appears that it Read More …