Whether you have a large café, small kiosk, a vending machine or a simple barbeque, we have resources to support your community venue to offer healthier food and drink choices.

Better BBQs

A good old barbeque is an essential part of the Aussie lifestyle and is readily used in both the home and at community venues. Make your next sizzle a healthy one!

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Celebrate the wins

Without even realising it, your community venue may already be kicking goals when it comes to creating a healthier food service!

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Fuel up the menu

Give your venue the winning edge, by promoting meal deals that fuel your customers – before, during and after exercise.

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Healthier cooking methods

The way a food or drink is prepared can have a big impact on its nutritional value. From baking, grilling, poaching and steaming, this fact sheet provides all the tips and tricks.

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Healthier ingredients

Creating a healthier menu doesn’t have to be hard work. Sometimes small changes can make a big difference!

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Make money not waste

Be friends with your freezer, buy in season and make fruit and veg the hero – just some of our top tips to generate money, not waste.

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Tap into water

Selling water in your community venue makes sense.There is a greater profit margin on bottled water than many other drinks. It’s a win win for health and profits!

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Traffic lights on the menu

Fuel to Go & Play uses a traffic light system to rate food and drinks as green, amber or red, based on their nutritional value. In community venues, the traffic light system will help you to plan a healthy food service.

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Valuing volunteers

Volunteers are your community venue’s most precious resource and can help you run a successful food service.

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