A vision for the future of Australian agriculture
Together with our partners across government, research, and industry, we've launched three national missions to help Australia realise much of this vision within this decade.
Future Protein Mission: growing protein to feed a growing world
We’ve launched our Future Protein Mission to create and value-add $10 billion worth of nutritious and high-quality protein products by 2030.
Care for your gut and help prevent disease
Gut health can affect many parts of your body. Our new Gut Care Guide explains how having an unhealthy gut can lead to disease.
Is your lunch healthy and sustainable? Take our Tuckerbox challenge
Our Tuckerbox lets you design a healthy and sustainable lunch, based on science.
What’s for dinner on Mars? The science behind space food
Our researchers are working to develop new foods and food production systems for extended space travel.
Curbing the cravings: how junk food can be part of your healthy diet
Overconsumption of discretionary foods and drinks is a key health issue for most Australians. We've developed a new tool, the Junk Food Analyser, to help with your food and drink choices.
How can agrifood respond to our modern tastes?
The modern consumer is seeking more from the agrifood sector. We outline the changes we're seeing as a result.
Meet our researcher: Professor Michelle Colgrave
Professor Michelle Colgrave leads our Future Protein team. See how she uses proteomics to improve human health, agriculture and food.
Know what you’re eating with our vegetarian low-carb meals
There are heaps of vegetarian low-carb recipes out there. But our Low Carb Diet and Lifestyle Book gives you the nutritional information.
Living a low carb lifestyle just got easier
Wanting to eat healthy but low on time? Put down the takeaway menu and find out how we are serving up nutritious ready-to-eat low carb meals.
Kids and veggies: the science of becoming a food adventurer
Kids and veggies are not the best of friends. But we've launched a new program that encourages primary school kids to eat more veggies.