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Australian savings of over $1.4 billion by swapping to whole grain

Our latest paper published in the journal Nutrients reveals first-of-its-kind research, with big savings in the prevention of heart disease and type 2 diabetes – simply by getting Australians to swap to three serves of whole grain foods every day. Spoiler alert: whole grain breakfast cereals, wholemeal breads, whole grain crackers and whole grain flours … Continue reading

Fermentation: proving the benefits

How much do you really know about how your sourdough is made? Our latest Hot Topic delves into the science behind fermentation and sourdough, as well as the benefits for those suffering from digestive issues. Read more here.

Back in time for breakfast…

We’ve just published our latest paper on the changing breakfast cereal aisle, examining how nutrition and claims are shifting – read more here.

Join us for our Plant Protein Webinar!

Join us on 13 May for an interactive webinar on the plant protein trend! Alongside Emma Stirling APD, we’ll be sharing insights into… Plant proteins currently on Australian shelves Tips on including more whole grains and legumes as part of a balanced plant-based diet Plus the chefs from Lentil As Anything will be cooking live! … Continue reading

Join us for Good Gut Week!

We’re celebrating Good Gut Week from March 8-13 – focusing on incorporating plenty of whole grains and legumes to maintain good digestive health. Join us for delicious new recipes and easy tips and tricks on eating for a healthy gut! Read more here.

It’s Time to Love Your Legumes Australia

Many of us have a bag or tin of dried beans sitting at the back of the cupboard and it can be difficult to know what to do with them. But thanks to a wave of plant-based trends, coupled with the International Year of Pulses in 2016, the humble pulse, or legumes as they’re more commonly known, … Continue reading

Our twelve favourite ways with legumes…

To celebrate the humble pulse this World Pulses Day we’ve put together a list of our favourite ways to use beans, peas and lentils… 1. Summer smoothies for breakfast: A healthy breakfast sets you up for a day of healthier eating and on warmer mornings smoothies make the perfect quick and easy option. But have … Continue reading

Mix and match their lunchbox

Make sure they don’t come home with an empty lunchbox this new term with our mix and match lunchbox planner – choose a whole grain sandwich, wrap or roll and simply add deliciously balanced snacks – download your copy here.

How to create a balanced sandwich in four easy steps!

It’s that time of year again when the kids are headed back to school, you’re off to work and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the thought of so many lunches to prepare. We’ve got your back this new school year – creating a nutritionally balanced lunchbox doesn’t have to be so stressful. Take a … Continue reading

We’re bringing back the sandwich…

Our fourth Bring Back the Sandwich campaign is underway and we’re celebrating with delicious recipes, inspired snacking ideas and practical giveaways. Stay tuned to our Instagram channel and read our media release here for more information!

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