Independent and trusted reviews, tests and investigations of everyday food and drink products, including snacks, breakfast cereals, low-fat desserts, and wine.
Crack the secret of finding the healthiest nut mixes.
18 Nov 2010 |
Not all nuts are equal when it comes to nutrition. CHOICE explains what makes them good for us.
How does a supermarket camembert stack up against one from your local deli?
5 Nov 2010 |
CHOICE compares and reviews a range of bries, blues, camemberts and cheddars to find out which brands impress.
How do the supermarket brands compare with the market leaders for taste, nutrition and value for money?
7 Sep 2010 |
CHOICE purchased a total of 163 supemarket products, across 30 different popular food items, and put them to the test.
With such a range of cooking oils on supermarket shelves, which are better for what purpose?
9 Aug 2010 |
Not all oils are equal. We tell you the right ones to use for the cooking purpose in mind.
Is what you buy the real deal?
22 Jun 2010 |
There’s currently no mandatory standard for extra virgin olive oil sold in Australia. CHOICE testing of 28 brands found you can't always trust an oil labelled "extra virgin" is the real deal.
Very few meat pies are tasty or packed with meat, while the majority are a very unappetising prospect.
18 May 2010 |
The Australian food standards authority stipulates meat pies must contain a minimum of 25% "meat flesh". But not all do.
Multigrain breads can be top scorers for taste and texture, and rate well nutritionally.
6 May 2010 |
We size up the main varieties you'll find at your supermarket.
We reveal which brands and chains offer the healthiest and tastiest options.
15 Mar 2010 |
CHOICE compared more than 190 brands and flavours of pizza available nationally from supermarkets (chilled or frozen) or from takeaway chains. We found some big differences in nutritional value – and in value for money.
A CHOICE survey confirms Australians have largely rejected online grocery shopping. We look at the pros and cons.
4 Mar 2010 |
The online market is dominated by Coles and Woolworths. We review their offering and highlight some of the smaller players.
From shelf to microwave, they're ready in minutes. But are these packaged meals any good?
3 Feb 2010 |
Supermarket shelves are crammed with shelf-stable meals, costing between $3 and $5. We sort the best from the rest.