Food Waste - Learning How Not to Waste Food For Kids

Food waste continues to be a major problem across Australia. The key findings of Australia’s National Food Waste Baseline estimates that 7.3 million tonnes of food was wasted across the supply and consumption chain. Approximately 2.5 million or 34 per cent of that waste comes directly from households. That essentially equates to throwing out hundreds (possibly thousands) of dollars a year.

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Guest BlogPhilip Sargeson
How Does Hunger Affect School Performance?

Food security is defined as having access to adequate and nutritious food. Those who are food secure generally have no problems meeting their nutritional needs. They have the means to prepare meals for themselves or for others that depend on them. But what about those who are unable to regularly meet their dietary needs?

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Guest BlogPhilip Sargeson
Eating Together – Making Family Meals Happen

Eating together as a family isn’t always easy. A busy work schedule might leave you feeling exhausted by the time you return home. Some days could have you coming back late in the evening when everyone else is getting ready for bedtime. You’re certainly not alone – Many parents often share the same struggles. But neglecting shared family meals could be depriving your child of a host of benefits.

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