Foods

Green/AmberComments and suggestions
Breads/rolls: bagels,
burritos, crumpets,
English muffins,
foccacia, gluten-free,
lavash, Lebanese,
multigrain, pita, rye,
tortillas, Turkish,
wholegrain, wholemeal,
white high fibre, white
GreenChoose wholemeal, wholegrain, multigrain or white bread
with added fibre.
Include a variety of breads on the menu and use in different
ways to add interest. Toasted sandwiches/jaffles are
especially good in winter.
Always add extra vegetables to sandwiches, rolls, wraps
and burgers.
Choose polyunsaturated or monounsaturated spreads
in small amounts. You should still be able to see the
bread through the spread.
Savoury breads,
pull-aparts, twists,
scrolls
AmberSavoury breads can be high in energy, saturated fat and
salt. Keep serve size to under 60g per person. Provide
wholegrain varieties where possible.
Raisin and fruit
breads or fruit buns
(no icing), glazed hot
cross fruit buns
GreenServe toasted fruit breads as a snack.
Scones: plain, savoury,
fruit or vegetable
GreenKeep toppings to a minimum. Provide wholemeal varieties
where possible.
Pikelets/pancakesGreenTry cooking pikelets with ricotta or fruit for variety.
Crispbreads, crackers,
grissini, bread sticks
(plain or flavoured)
AmberCheck the Nutrition Information Panel against the
Nutrient Criteria below.
Rice/corn crackers
and cakes (plain and
flavoured)
AmberCheck the Nutrition Information Panel against the
Nutrient Criteria below.
Energy (kJ)
per serve
Saturated fat (g)
per serve
Sodium (mg)
per serve
Fibre (g)
per serve
Savoury snack food, biscuits,
crispbreads and crisps
600kJ or less

-- (Energy must be 1800kJ or less per 100g) --

2g or less

-- (Energy must be 1800kJ or less per 100g) --

200mg or less

-- (Energy must be 1800kJ or less per 100g) --

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-- (Energy must be 1800kJ or less per 100g) --