National Nutrition Week

11-17 October 2015

Nutrition Australia and the Produce Marketing Association (Aus-NZ) have teamed up to bring you ...

Did you know?
95% of Australians don't eat enough fruit or vegetables*.

Congratulations to everyone that took the Try For 5 challenge to eat five serves of vegetables every day during National Nutrition Week 2015.

See how it all unfolded on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


BREAKING NEWS: Pick Right. Feel Bright! has won the 2015 Parents' Voice 'Parents Choice' award for promoting healthy food to children.

Please click here to read more


About National Nutrition Week 2015

National Nutrition Week 2015 was all about getting all Australians to enjoy more fruit and vegetables every day with Pick Right. Feel Bright!

Whether they're fresh, frozen or canned, eating more fruit and vegetables is one of the easiest things we can all do for better health and wellbeing.

Fruits and vegetables burst with flavour and they're packed full of important vitamins and minerals, disease-fighting antioxidants and gut-healthy fibre.

And they're so versatile. They can be eaten raw, cooked, poached, baked, mashed, grated, chopped, diced, sliced - you name it!

Visit for a bunch of recipes and fresh ideas
to help you buy, grow, cook and enjoy fruit and vegetables.


Prize winners

Congratulations to Amigoss Preschool and Long Day Care (NSW) and Alexandrina Council (SA) for winning our ‪Try For 5‬ competition during National Nutrition Week!‬

There are some excellent prizes are coming your way. Read more.


Information and resources

Take a look at our collection of recipes, fact sheets and web links with heaps on information to help you grow, buy, store, prepare, cook, and enjoy fruits and vegetables!

Includes links to educational resources for teachers and parents.

Visit the NNW 2015 resources.



Media releases

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About National Nutrition Week

Each year National Nutrition Week raises awareness of the role of food on our health, and supports the community to enjoy healthy eating.

The food and lifestyle choices we make impact on both our health, and the health of our planet. With childhood obesity rates now around 25% and with Australians identified as being among the highest producers of waste globally, we need to address these issues urgently.

National Nutrition Week always includes World Food Day (16 October).

National Nutrition Week 2016 will be 16-22 October 2016.

Click here for past National Nutrition Week kits (members only)



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