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Fact Sheets

  1. Smart Choices Healthy Food and Drink Supply Strategy for Queensland Schools Microsoft® Word document167K
  2. Childhood Overweight and Obesity: The Urgency Microsoft® Word document173K
  3. Applying Smart Choices to drinks and ices at school Microsoft® Word document367K
  4. Smart Choices in the school environment Microsoft® Word document172K
  5. Quick and easy healthy snack ideas Microsoft® Word document175K
  6. Top Tuckshop Sellers Microsoft® Word document332K
  7. Ideas for non-food rewards for students Microsoft® Word document184K
  8. How does Smart Choices support healthy eating for children? Microsoft® Word document186K
  9. The Smart Choices Strategy and the Curriculum Microsoft® Word document514K
  10. Smart Choices and food and drink preparation in the curriculum Microsoft® Word document182K
  11. Smart Choices and food and drink preparation in the curriculum: Special considerations for Hospitality Classes Microsoft® Word document168K
  12. Healthier fetes and festivals Microsoft® Word document170K
  13. Healthier school discos Microsoft® Word document165K
  14. Healthier sausage sizzles and alternatives Microsoft® Word document172K
  15. Milk and flavoured milk drinks Microsoft® Word document170K
  16. Standing Offer Arrangements (SOA) Microsoft® Word document145K

NAQ Nutrition also has a range of fact sheets to assist schools, teachers, tuckshops and their wider school communities implement Smart Choices and improve the nutritional value of the food and drinks they supply in the school setting.

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