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Making the Most of the Whole Grain Opportunity

By Rebecca Williams New research examining global whole grain intakes suggests that Australia is doing better than some countries for whole grain consumption(1). However we still have a long way to go to meet the amount of whole grain recommended for good health and chronic disease risk reduction. According to the most recent National Nutrition … Continue reading

The Rise & Rise of the Snack Market: A Focus on Legumes

By Alexandra Locke The Australian snacking market is worth more than $2 billion, with an annual growth rate of 4% and climbing (1). New technology and continuing consumer demand for healthy alternatives is fuelling innovation in the snacking arena. We take a look at the latest trends on snacks featuring legumes, the most innovative products … Continue reading

Should We Eat Wheat?

Should We Eat Wheat? Australians are increasingly mindful of the effect food has on health. In some cases this is a good thing as shown in a recent report where 40% of people stated one of their food priorities for the next 12 months was to eat more fruit and vegetables. Great news. However, sometimes … Continue reading

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