|Water||Green||Plain water with nothing added is the best drink to quench thirst.|
Tap, spring, mineral or sparkling.
|Milk, plain and flavoured|
|Going from Amber (Full Fat) to Green (Low Fat)||Reduced-fat varieties of plain and flavoured milks should be|
Use plain reduced-fat milk to make milkshakes, smoothies or hot chocolate.
|Hot chocolate made in|
|Going from Amber (Full Fat) to Green (Low Fat)||Adding flavouring to milk will add extra kilojoules. Use the following as a guide:
|Flavour straws served|
with plain milk
|Going from Amber (Full Fat) to Green (Low Fat)||Milk drinks are a good source of calcium and may contain|
intense (artificial) sweeteners*.
mixed with plain milk
|Going from Amber (Full Fat) to Green (Low Fat)||Coffee milk drinks (flavoured and those containing caffeine):
|Fruit juice||Amber||Serve fruit juice chilled.|
Fruit/vegetable juice should be at least 99% juice with no
added sugar and 250mL serve size or less.
|Vegetable juice||Amber||Choose products with no added sugar that contain fibre.|
Juice should not contain intense (artificial) sweeteners*.
*Code number and prescribed name for intense (artificial) sweeteners include:
950 (acesulphame potassium), 951 (aspartame), 952 (cyclamate), 953 (isomalt), 954 (saccharin), 955 (sucralose), 956 (alitame), 957 (thaumatin), 961 (neotame), 965 (maltitol or hydrogenated glucose syrup), 966 (lactitol), 967 (xylitol), 968 (erythritol)