Australian Beef will play a key role in helping to educate school students about Paralympic sport, its core values and active lifestyles and healthy diets as the presenting partner of Paralympics Australia’s Paralympic Education Project (PEP), launched yesterday in Sydney.
Translating dietary recommendations into the reality of preparing healthy food for the dinner plate is the focus of a new campaign launched by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), aimed at Australia’s health care professionals and ultimately consumers.
Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) has launched a fresh round of beef marketing activities under its domestic Beef marketing platform ‘Australian Beef the Greatest’ focusing on promoting the convenience and versatility of Australian beef – particularly as a mid-week meal option…Read MoreBeef Central, 19/03/2018
Many toddlers are at risk of not getting enough iron in their diets, a Queensland University of Technology nutritionist has warned. In a study led by QUT health and biomedical Innovation researcher Rebecca Byrne found that 22pc of toddlers surveyed ate no meat at all over a 24 hour period, while more than half ate less than 30 grams…Read MoreJon Condon, 13/08/2014
Contrary to conventional wisdom, a growing body of evidence shows that eating lean beef can reduce risk factors for heart disease, according to recent research by nutritional scientists…Read MoreVictoria M. Indivero, Penn State University, 21/07/2014
Mince is the latest target chosen by Coles in its retail price wars with Woolworths, slashing the price of its entry-level three-star mince further yesterday to just $5/kg…Read MoreJon Condon, 26/07/2013
Educating parents on ways to turn leftovers into lunch is a central theme of a domestic market promotional campaign launched by Meat and Livestock Australia in January. The back-to-school themed..Read MoreBeef Central, 15/02/2012