Overview of the Healthy Food@Sport project & snapshot of the food & drink survey

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Overview of the healthy food@sport project & snapshot of the food & drink survey conducted by ACT Sport and Recreation Services

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  • A season club be winter/summer or all year round.
  • Overview of the Healthy Food@Sport project & snapshot of the food & drink survey

    1. 1. Industry Information Session on the changes to the Food Act 2001
    2. 2. • Project aims to increase healthy food choices available through canteens run by community sporting clubs and to promote water as the drink of choice. • The project’s primary target group is children and young people aged 5-18 years, but it also targets their families/carers, coaches, managers, canteen staff and committee members of community sporting clubs. • The project’s website (www.health.act.gov.au/healthyfood@sport) has a range of resources that can assist with promoting the benefits of healthy eating and hydration for optimal athlete performance and recovery.
    3. 3. Key Findings of the Food and Drink Survey • Survey was conducted by Sport and Recreation Services between 18 June 2013 – 15 July 2013. • 44 submissions were received. • 37 respondents conduct a BBQ service and 29 conduct a canteen service. • BBQ services are being conducted as few as 1 and up to 25 times and canteen services as few as 1 and up to 45 times a season.
    4. 4. Items that require food business registration Examples of foods and drinks that fall under the food business registration system from the survey: • BBQ service that are conducted more than five times a season selling food that is cooked for immediate consumption (27 of the 37 respondents fall under this category) • Pies, sausage rolls, spinach and ricotta rolls (18 respondents) • Frankfurts or hot dogs (17 respondents) • Baked goods such as cakes, breads, scones and muffins – made on site or brought from home (14 respondents) • Sandwiches, wraps or rolls (10 respondents) • Soup that is heated up or made on site/home (10 respondents)

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