To say that this year has gone a little differently than we might have expected is an understatement.


Fire-affected breweries in Victoria’s high country have jumped aboard a national campaign to support the country’s firefighters and fire-ravaged communities, as the area grapples with millions of dollars in economic losses this summer.


The boss of a celebrated Japanese sushi restaurant chain has bid a winning 193.2 million yen ($2.6 million) for a 276-kilogram tuna in the first auction of the new year at Tokyo’s Toyosu fish market.


Drinking coffee makes many of us feel good, so it makes sense that we would want to feel good about how it is produced.


Artist Yoko Ono has forced a Polish beverage company to rename its new drink, called John Lemon, after threatening legal action.


What happens to the carrots that don’t make the quality cut for supermarket chains?


In an industry flooded with different labels, standing out from the crowd is a hard ask.


Alcohol companies are increasingly using social media to link sporting success with drinking to boost sales, a study has found.


New research into what wine drinkers want to see from their favourite brands on Facebook suggests it might be effective to talk less about the wine itself.


The wine industry has been described as being a bit like the canary in the proverbial coalmine; when it comes to climate change, it could be one of the industries most affected.

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