Building Healthier Food Knowledge Hub


Need to change a product, start by reviewing current market trends, new ingredients, or learn from what others have done.  You can find articles and insights about Building Healthier Foods that have been commissioned and created by community members. 


"If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants." -Isaac Newton, 1675




Knowledge Hub

Launching Reformulation Readiness

Are you a food manufacturer looking to make healthier foods? Then join the Victorian Salt Reduction Partnership and FIAL for the launch of an exciting new resource that will help you to adopt low salt practices and sell healthier foods to your customers.

Fast food kids’ meals chock full of salt

New research has revealed the hidden toll that fast food kids’ meals can have on young children’s health. Some meals aimed at kids contain more than an entire day’s maximum recommended salt intake.

2019 Trends in Food and Agriculture

New year brings trend watching in all industries for the months ahead, and the Australian food industry is no different.

2019 Key Health and Nutrition Trends

Trends are showing that health is no longer just the domain of breakfast cereals and snacks, but has an influence on purchasing decisions across all categories, including beverages, desserts and confectionary.

Marketing the Benefits of Salt Reduction

There are opportunities for food businesses wanting to demonstrate a corporate commitment to producing healthier foods, and increase sales to consumers who are seeking out lower sodium products.

By Sharon Natoli.
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