Crunch&Sip Blog

Healthy ideas for holidays at home

  • Apr 04, 2022
  • Nicole Toia

If the price of fuel has left you looking around the house for things to do these school holidays, why not give our healthy holiday activities for the home a go. We’ve come up with six activities involving fruits and vegetables to keep children entertained from the comfort of your own home.

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What to grow?

  • Mar 29, 2022

Many vegetables are seasonal, which means they grow best at certain times of the year. So rather than taking up space in your garden trying to grow things that will struggle in unfavourable weather, choose plants that are likely to succeed.

Shining a light on the Crunch&Sip® program

  • Mar 23, 2022
  • Mikala Atkinson

Crunch & Sip® is an in-class nutrition program conducted by Cancer Council WA which is designed to provide WA children with the opportunity to snack on additional serves of fruit and vegetables and sip on water.

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Healthy ways to enjoy your Easter long weekend

  • Mar 11, 2022
  • Nicole Toia

Long weekends such as the Easter holiday encourage us to come together and spend time with friends and family. See our tips on healthy ways to enjoy this Easter long weekend.

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Spotlight on capsicum

  • Mar 11, 2022
  • Nicole Toia

As Autumn arrives and the weather starts to change, so to do the vegetables on offer. One that we are most excited about coming into season is the crunchy capsicum. This juicy, crisp and versatile vegie comes in a range of colours and can be served in so many delicious ways.

Crunch&Sip peels back the facts on fruit snacks

  • Feb 01, 2022

Following a recent audit, we are cautioning parents not to assume that packaged snacks labelled as ‘fruit' are healthy options for their children, with some containing as much sugar as a lolly bag.