Shopping - Snacks, lunches

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Stop worrying about lunches, wrap your laughing gear around these. Tuna...

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Everyday choices: Dried fruit or lollies?

We know lollies are a sweet treat to be enjoyed...

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Bought vs homemade: Kids’ hidden vege snacks

Adding veges to baking is one way to up kids’...

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Smarter snacking

Healthy Food Guide nutritionist Claire Turnbull makes healthy snacking easy. When...

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Bought vs homemade: Garlic hummus

Hummus can be used as a dip, a spread or...

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How to choose vege chips

Chips are usually high in salt, fat and energy and...

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Healthy ways to snack

Some snacks can contribute to expanding waistlines. Dietitian Catherine Saxelby...

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Bought vs homemade: Smoothies

Smoothies can be a good way to add more fruit...

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How many kilojoules in that bliss ball?

Bliss balls are promoted as a healthier snack choice, but...

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Everyday choices: Nibbles

When you’ve got guests visiting or you’re just relaxing at...

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Shop once for lunch all week

Make your lunch fast and affordable. One smart shop buys...

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Everyday choices: Afternoon snack

Bliss balls are increasing in popularity and there are lots...

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How to choose fruit-based snacks

There’s an emergence of fruit (and nut)-based bars, balls and...

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How much energy is in that snack bar?

Individually packaged snack bars are convenient to put in your...

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Everyday choices: Bought lunch

Most of us get caught out sometimes. We need food...

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Fresh ideas for picnics

Dust off your picnic rug — these handy lunch ideas...

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Everyday choices: Healthy snacks

Finding the right snack when you need something to keep...

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How much sodium is in those quick-cook noodles?

Quick-cook noodles are cheap, quick and tasty, and are often...
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