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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!

Choose inspired snacking this term

The snacks you add to your kids lunchboxes contribute significantly to their overall nutrition – choose the right snacks and you’ll be giving them a boost with plenty of dietary fibre, protein and essential vitamins and minerals. One easy way to do this is to add more whole grains and legumes – browse our favourite … Continue reading

Be inspired with our delicious sandwich recipes…

Whether you’re a classic Egg Mayo or Tuna Salad fan or like to mix things up – think Chickpea Smash or Roasted Veggies & Pesto, we’ve got just the sandwich for you! View our delicious sandwich recipes here.

Exploring ancient wisdom with sprouted grains

Sprouted foods have emerged as a major trend over the last few years and based on the steadily growing range of sprouted grain products on supermarket shelves in Australia, this trend is here to stay. But the process isn’t a new one – in fact, its thought the history of sprouting goes back 5,000 years … Continue reading

Auditing the breakfast cereal category

We’ve recently completed our latest audit, covering the breakfast cereal category across supermarkets in Australia. Results showed the significant growth in the category, with several key trends being identified – find out more by reading our factsheet here.

Celebrate Beautiful Breakfasts with us…

It’s that time of year again where we celebrate Beautiful Breakfasts! From 16-29 November we’ll be featuring quick and easy breakfasts which hero whole grains and legumes, to show just how easy it is to create delicious dishes to start the day. Get involved and tag #beautifulbreakfasts and download our key messages here.

Do you take the time to breakfast?

by Kathleen Alleaume You’ve heard it before and you’ll hear it again: breakfast is the most important meal of the day – and it’s good to see that message is really sinking in. A new study of Australian breakfast habits showed that just over 80 per cent (81%) eat breakfast every day. Very few respondents … Continue reading

Fresh & simple spring recipes…

Welcome the new season with our deliciously quick Spring recipes, from refreshing smoothie bowls to bircher, grazing platters to vibrant dips, there’s a recipe to suit every occasion. Be inspired with our recipes here.

Eat well to feel well

We’ve been delving into the latest research on whole grains, legumes and mood and the benefits of eating a balanced diet for good mental health. Take a look at our latest hot topic here to find out more.

New research shows whole grains trump refined for heart health

New Australian research collating evidence from 25 individual studies of 2,295 participants worldwide has found that increasing whole grain consumption may improve some risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Published in the world’s most read scientific nutrition journal, the Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics1, the findings suggest that although whole grain … Continue reading

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