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• Harris Farm Markets grocer launches ‘Imperfect Picks’ campaign
• First 7-Eleven in WA to open in October
• Genome research means zero-caffeine coffee bean could soon grow in Queensland
• Australian Government invites comment on proposal to release commercial GM E. coli chicken vaccine
• More time-poor Aussies opting for ready-made meals
• ‘Natural’ foods equal ‘healthy’ in older consumers’ minds, Canadean
• Spoonfed Foods launches gourmet ‘savoury jam’ range
• Sipahh Straws launches in Coles
Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:26 PM PDT
Green grocer Harris Farm Markets has launched ‘Imperfect Picks’, a campaign it said was designed to reduce the impact of food waste by relaxing the aesthetic standards to sell fruit and vegetables that might otherwise have been rejected because of a small blemish or imperfection. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:24 PM PDT
Convenience store business 7-Eleven will open its first store in Western Australia on 30 October 2014. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:22 PM PDT
It will soon be possible to grow premium-quality caffeine-free coffee, tea and cocoa, thanks to research from the University of Queensland. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:20 PM PDT
The Australian Government’s Gene Technology Regulator is currently assessing a license application from the Australian arm of global animal research company Zoetis for a commercial release of a genetically modified (GM) poultry vaccine that provides immunity to E.coli infection and disease. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:18 PM PDT
Many Australians are over-committed and pressed for time, and anything that can ease the pressure is welcome—including short cuts in the kitchen, according to findings from market research organisation Roy Morgan Research. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:16 PM PDT
Consumers in the UK who are aged 55 and older associate ‘natural’ products with a healthy, yet tasty, lifestyle and diet, according to new findings from market research organisation Canadean. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:14 PM PDT
Australian gourmet condiments manufacturer Spoonfed Foods has launched a new range of gourmet ‘savoury jams’, which the Company said were designed with use on barbequed foods in mind. 

Posted: 14 Sep 2014 11:14 PM PDT
Small Australian brand Sipahh has launched its first ever Milk Lovers Family Pack variety in Coles supermarkets. 

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