Published on 19th January 2021

Ancient grains bring future potential

Commercialising Australian native foods could potentially offer huge environmental, economic and cultural windfalls. But it’s essential that the right people benefit from it.... Read More

19th January 2021 | Eativity editors

Strawberries & cream: sweet new variety

A senior plant breeder from the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has been working on a brand new type of strawberry. And it’s quite the sweet surprise.... Read More

19th January 2021 | Eativity editors

It’s time to bring back the sandwich

Maximise your kids’ nutrition and keep lunchbox stress to a minimum by creating simple sandwiches with just a few ingredients. Here’s a few easy ideas to get you started.... Read More

18th January 2021 | Eativity editors

Let’s eat: the latest in hospitality news

What’s new? A Melbourne cafe that specialises in cheese toasties, a plant-based menu that showcases local NSW produce and a dining collaboration with a modern Indian twist.... Read More

18th January 2021 | Eativity editors

Grubs up: mealworms get the nod

The European Food Safety Authority has deemed yellow mealworms safe for human consumption, potentially paving the way for future approvals around the world.... Read More

Letter from the editor

After a lot of blood, sweat and tears, Eativity is finally live! Actually, that's not true – there was no blood shed, and only a few tears along the way. To be honest, creating Eativity has been a fun, motivating and extremely satisfying experience. You see, Eativity is my passion project; a hope and a dream that's f...

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15th January 2021 | Eativity editors

Qukes to partner with Football Australia

Qukes Baby Cucumbers has become the newest partner of the Football Australia MiniRoos program and an official supplier of the Socceroos and Westfield Matildas.... Read More

15th January 2021 | Eativity editors

This diet could reverse type 2 diabetes

Australian scientists have contributed to an international study that has discovered one particular dietary approach could potentially put type 2 diabetes into remission.... Read More

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