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Healthy Sporting Canteens
Leanne Elliston
Accredited Practising Dietitian
Food Sold at Sports
Food Sold
at Sport
Food Sold
at Sport
BBQs
CarnivalsExternal
Caterers
Fundraisers
Canteen
Considerations for your Food Business
Registered Food
Business
Notification
Healthy choices
- Traffic light criteria
Promo...
Registered Food Businesses
→ Can sell potentially hazardous foods
→ Can store foods safely outside the temperature
danger ...
Food Safety Supervisor
Prescribed Competency Units from RTO
• SITXFSA201 – Participate in safe food handling practices
• S...
Businesses operating under Notification
→ are exempt from registration under the ACT Food Act 2001
→ can only sell food th...
The Traffic Light System
• GREEN foods and drinks are the best choices. They should be
always available, displayed in prom...
Healthy Menu Ideas – Registered Food
Businesses
Fresh smoothies, juices
and milk
Yoghurt
Fresh sandwiches, wraps, rolls an...
Healthy Menu Ideas - Notification
Fresh Whole fruit
Fruit tubs/pouches
UHT reduced fat milks
Popcorn
Dried fruit and nut
m...
Promoting your Foods
Presentation and Packaging
• Colourful menu board that is easy to read
• Clearly indicate healthier c...
For more information on healthy menu ideas, products and support
contact:
Nutrition Australia ACT
Email: act@nutritionaust...
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Food safety supervisor course & healther items that you can sell in sporting canteens- Nutrition Australia ACT

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Food safety supervisor course & healther items that you can sell in sporting canteens- Nutrition Australia ACT

  1. 1. Healthy Sporting Canteens Leanne Elliston Accredited Practising Dietitian
  2. 2. Food Sold at Sports Food Sold at Sport Food Sold at Sport BBQs CarnivalsExternal Caterers Fundraisers Canteen
  3. 3. Considerations for your Food Business Registered Food Business Notification Healthy choices - Traffic light criteria Promotion Food Safety - Safe storage - Safe handling
  4. 4. Registered Food Businesses → Can sell potentially hazardous foods → Can store foods safely outside the temperature danger zone (above 60o C or below 5o C) → Can handle food safely → Must have a trained Food Safety Supervisor by 1 September 2013 to reduce the burden associated with food borne illness through education and supervision.
  5. 5. Food Safety Supervisor Prescribed Competency Units from RTO • SITXFSA201 – Participate in safe food handling practices • SITXFSA101 – Use hygienic practices for food safety Nutrition Australia Food Smart Training’s Food Safety Supervisor course meets the requirements of Nationally Recognised Training and has been especially developed for staff working in canteens. Nutrition Australia Food Smart Training’s Food Safety Supervisor course meets the requirements of Nationally Recognised Training and has been especially developed for staff working in canteens. FOOD SMART TRAINING (RTO Number 110074) One day or two evenings of face to face training
  6. 6. Businesses operating under Notification → are exempt from registration under the ACT Food Act 2001 → can only sell food that is non-potentially hazardous foods – doesn’t need to be stored at safe temperature and/or in a closed package intended for sale → can operate a BBQ service five or less times a year selling only food that is cooked for immediate consumption
  7. 7. The Traffic Light System • GREEN foods and drinks are the best choices. They should be always available, displayed in prominent areas and actively promoted and encouraged. • AMBER foods and drinks should be selected carefully. They contribute some valuable nutrients, but contain more saturated fat, sugar and/or salt than GREEN foods. • RED foods and drinks do not contribute positively to the diet and should be limited. Image from NHSCG, 2010, Australian Government, Department of Health and Ageing.
  8. 8. Healthy Menu Ideas – Registered Food Businesses Fresh smoothies, juices and milk Yoghurt Fresh sandwiches, wraps, rolls and burgers Hot noodles, soups and curries Healthy pizzas Fresh salads Reduced fat milk based icecreams 99% frozen fruit juice sticks
  9. 9. Healthy Menu Ideas - Notification Fresh Whole fruit Fruit tubs/pouches UHT reduced fat milks Popcorn Dried fruit and nut mixes 100% UHT juice Cereal packs Natural Mineral water Pre-packaged fruit and nut breadsSnack packs
  10. 10. Promoting your Foods Presentation and Packaging • Colourful menu board that is easy to read • Clearly indicate healthier choices e.g.  • Display fresh food up front • Clear containers or wrapping Pricing • Price healthier foods competitively Product Placement • Healthy choices at eye level • Take photos of products and display on menu board or counter
  11. 11. For more information on healthy menu ideas, products and support contact: Nutrition Australia ACT Email: act@nutritionaustralia.org Phone: 6162 2583

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