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July 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - Watch out for naughty labels!

July 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - Watch out for naughty labels!

In Australia we’ve become used to being able to trust the claims made on labels. Yes, some of them are tricky, such a “fat-free” on lollies that never ever had fat in them, or “high-fibre” on bran cereals that were always high, but usually they’re truthful. In this month's Foodwatch Newsletter, however, we look at those that are misleading.

26 July 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

June 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - The role of vitamins in a healthy diet

June 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - The role of vitamins in a healthy diet

Vitamins are really micronutrients that are found in foods. Different foods are rich in different vitamins. That’s why you need a...

28 June 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

May 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - where does your food come from?

May 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - where does your food come from?

Do you know where your food comes from?  Do you know what the new green and gold Kangaroo and ruler labels mean? This month's...

31 May 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

April 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - Meat eaters and vegos - keeping them both happy.

April 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - Meat eaters and vegos - keeping them both happy.

This month's Foodwatch newsletter looks at the needs of meat-eating families who have a new vegetarian in their midst. Whether that's...

26 April 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

February 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - How health aware are you?

February 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - How health aware are you?

March is packed full of "Awareness Campaigns". From salt to meat, from kidney health to women's issues. That's why I've devoted...

23 February 2016 by Catherine Saxelby

January 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - Happy, Healthy Australia Day!

January 2016 Foodwatch Newsletter - Happy, Healthy Australia Day!

January's Foodwatch Newsletter is packed full of useful and interesting info including what you can look forward to in February. Take...

26 January 2016 by Catherine Saxelby