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April 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter - A hearty winter recipe plus much more.

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 24 April 2018.
Tagged: balanced diet, food trends, Foodwatch Newsletter, health, healthy eating, healthy heart, healthy lifestyle, healthy recipe, newsletter, nutrition

April 2018 Foodwatch Newsletter -  A hearty winter recipe plus much more.
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You can really feel the bite in the air in the mornings now as winter comes to the non-tropical areas of Australia. Even in the hinterland areas of the tropics, the evenings and early mornings can be cooler so what better to have for dinner than a hearty, healthy and warming curry? But that's not all we have for you in this month's Foodwatch Newsletter. Take a look...

An easy one pot recipe, the latest food trend, INDD and more

This April edition of the Foodwatch Newsletter has a healthy, tasty, warming winter recipe that everyone will love plus we share the latest hot food trend, tell you about International No Diet Day and much more.

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