A new method keeps salmon fresh for a whole month, without the use of chemicals.
EU lawmakers on Wednesday backed a ban on cloning farm animals and products derived from them, citing deep public unease at the prospect they could make it onto supermarket shelves.
Activist Tristram Stuart, renowned for his worldwide fight against food waste, talks about the new French law that bans supermarkets from destroying food: "Good signal, but the real dissipation is in the supply chain"
Norway maintained on Tuesday its quota of previous years to hunt up to 1,286 whales in its waters in 2014, despite whalers repeatedly catching less than the limit.
If you have noticed supermarkets are starting to flock together in your suburb, it will mean lower prices and a bigger choice for you, says QUT retail expert Dr Gary Mortimer.
When you walk into a supermarket, you probably want to spend as little money as possible. The supermarket wants you to spend as much money as possible. Let battle commence.
The Irish media's coverage of the fish mislabelling scandal in 2010 contributed to ending the practice of cod mislabelling in supermarkets but not in takeaways, a study has found.
Britain's biggest retailer Tesco on Monday unveiled its first tablet computer, as the supermarket chain seeks to boost flagging sales in its domestic market.
Packaged green salad items, such as lettuce, coleslaw, or spinach sold ready to toss in the salad bowl, are now a frequent item in supermarket trolleys.
Shops in England will routinely charge customers 5p for plastic bags from 2015 under government plans to be unveiled this weekend.