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Deborah Gough

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Demand for local berries up as Hepatitis A class action lawsuit looms

Blueberry grower Paul Casey says demand for local product has shot up.

Commercial food production laboratories are not equipped to test for hepatitis A in Australia, so Nanna's frozen berries have instead been sent to the United States and Italy to see if raspberries...

Food News | Darren Gray, Deborah Gough | Wed Feb 18 07:33:41 EST 2015

Nanna's berries sent to US and Italy for hepatitis A tests

The recalled frozen berries.

Commercial food production laboratories are not equipped to test for hepatitis A in Australia so Nanna's frozen berries have instead been sent to the United States and Italy to see if raspberries may...

Food News | Deborah Gough | Tue Feb 17 13:47:32 EST 2015

1kg packs of Nanna's frozen raspberries added to hepatitis A recall

Raspberry punnets.

The Nanna's frozen berry recall has extended to packs of raspberries as the maker revealed it dumped a supplier potentially linked to a hepatitis A outbreak, late last year.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Tue Feb 17 08:52:53 EST 2015

Victoria reigns pizza supreme in takeaway price wars

Supreme pizza.

Victoria, long regarded as a foodie mecca, has a new mantle, home of Australia's "cheapest takeaway menus", data from an online and mobile ordering service suggests.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Wed Feb 11 11:56:57 EST 2015

Local craft beers 'bullied' out of pubs by foreign brewing giants

Melbourne's Thunder Road says an investigation into the big brewers' practices is overdue.

Australian craft beer makers are being locked out of pubs as a result of anti-competitive practices by a foreign brewing giant, consumer group Choice alleges.

Food News,Drink | Deborah Gough | Wed Feb 11 09:00:44 EST 2015

Chocolate-lovers lie to partners to hide their habit

The rustling wrapper might be a dead giveaway, but a survey has found nearly half of all adults lie to their partners about how much chocolate they eat.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Mon Feb 09 14:13:58 EST 2015

Donovans restaurant fire damage bill climbs again

The original Donovans dining room.

The cost of returning Donovans restaurant to its former glory has blown out to nearly $2.5 million after a blaze destroyed the kitchen and parts of the dining room.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Mon Oct 06 13:57:55 EST 2014

Donovans fire damage estimate revised to $1m

Donovans fire.

The fire damage caused to St Kilda's iconic restaurant Donovans is more than double initial estimates but its owners are hoping to reopen by December.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Tue Sep 02 11:05:00 EST 2014

Donovans restaurant owners vow to quickly reopen after fire

Donovans.

The owners of iconic St Kilda beach restaurant Donovans have vowed to reopen quickly after a fire took out the kitchen on Sunday night.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Mon Aug 25 09:35:06 EST 2014

World's best pizza made in Melbourne

Pizza

The world's best margherita pizza is made not by an Italian chef, but by a Lygon Street pizzaiolo after he was named in the World Pizza Championships in Parma, Italy.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Mon Apr 14 11:53:20 EST 2014

Coffee machine satnav considered after theft

Coffee

Cafe owners are looking to satellite navigation technology to protect their coffee machines, after another expensive machine was stolen in Melbourne on the weekend.

Food News | Deborah Gough | Mon Apr 22 15:10:40 EST 2013