When you head to the supermarket, it is hard not to notice the abundance of ripe, plump and super cheap avocados lining the shelves. Have you found yourself wondering why this ordinarily pricey produce is so affordable at the moment?
Grocery costs are on the rise, which makes the weekly food shop feel like a bit of a juggle when working to a budget. To maintain a healthy, balanced trolley without breaking the bank, here's what we suggest.
Over the years Crunch&Sip® has become an embedded part of the school day for many Western Australian primary school students. To support our Crunch&Sip® schools we have recently updated our How to Crunch&Sip® fact sheets.
Picture books are a great way to expose children to new foods they may not have tried before. Reading about new foods is like free advertising and reduces the amount of encouragement needed for a child to willingly give it a go. Whilst we know storytelling helps promote vegetable consumption, to encourage adventurous eating exposure to a wide range of vegetables is required. To help increase this exposure, we’ve compiled a list of books to add to your school or classroom library.
Encouraging children to eat well is supported by setting a good example and providing a positive space where healthy eating habits are normal practice. When children see that healthy eating habits are part of the daily routine, and have repeated exposure to positive and consistent messaging, they are more likely to adopt these healthy habits themselves. The classroom provides the perfect place for promoting, modelling and encouraging healthy eating habits.
Crunch&Sip® officially welcomed Bull Creek Primary School onboard in March 2021. Since joining the program staff have hit the ground running and implemented many exciting and innovative strategies to support the rollout of Crunch&Sip® and encourage healthy eating.