Country Pantry fact sheets
When you live in the country it can be more difficult to eat healthily, than if you lived in a city. The Country Pantry fact sheets below have been developed to provide country families with easy-to-follow tips and provide information to help change eating habits for the better.
However, information provided in these fact sheets are relevant to pantries throughout Australia, whether you live in a big city like Sydney or a smaller community such as Birdsville, Queensland.
You can download the Country Pantry factsheets below.
Vegetables, legumes and fruitDo you want to learn about how to get more vegetables, legumes and fruit into your diet? Read Country Pantry Fact Sheet 1: Invite the Three Amigos to Your Place (PDF 325 KB)
Cereals and grainsNeed some guidance as to the cereals and grains that are best for you? Look at Country Pantry Fact Sheet 2: Getting Serious with Cereals and Grains (PDF 315 KB).
Main mealsFor information on choosing a healthy main dish, read Country Pantry Fact Sheet 3: Menu Headliners (PDF 312 KB)
DairyDiscover some smart dairy choices by reading Country Pantry Fact Sheet 4: Doing Dairy Differently (PDF 268 KB)
WaterDrinking water is good for your health, so find out how to get more into your day by checking out Country Pantry Fact Sheet 5: I'll Drink to That (PDF 312 KB)
The basicsAre you interested in getting general tips and advice to give your kitchen, and the meals you prepare in it, a Measure Up makeover? If so, Country Pantry Fact Sheet 6: Country Pantry Basics (PDF 301 KB) can help!
Do you have other Country Pantry fact sheet topic ideas? If you do, please send your suggestion firstname.lastname@example.org.
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