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  • Woolworths - Roasted Pumpkin, Bacon and Leek Quiche
    Browse Recipes Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Browse Recipes My Woolies Fresh Family Meals Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Send to a friend Print Recipes Roasted Pumpkin Bacon and Leek Quiche Preparation time 20mins Cooking time 1hr 15mins Serves 6 Created by Ingredients 300g pumpkin chopped into 2cm cubes Olive oil spray 2 sheets frozen shortcrust pastry thawed 20g butter 3 rashers shortcut bacon finely sliced 3 leeks trimmed washed well and sliced 4 eggs 1 cup thickened cream 1 cup grated Kraft Easy Melt 3 Cheese Blend 2 tablespoons snipped chives Method 1 Place pumpkin on a lined baking tray spray with oil and bake in a moderate oven 180 degrees celsius for 25minutes or until just cooked 2 Cut each sheet of pastry into 16 even squares and use to line a well oiled 28cm fluted loose based flan tin overlapping and pressing together to ensure there are no holes prick well with a fork and bake in a hot oven 200 degrees celsius for 8 10 minutes until just golden 3 Melt butter in a frypan and saute the bacon and leeks gently for 6 8 minutes Place pumpkin bacon and leeks in pastry case Beat together eggs and cream then pour over vegetables and bacon Sprinkle with cheese and chives 4 Bake in a moderately slow oven 160 degrees celcius oven for 30 35 minutes or until custard is just firm Stand for at least 10 minutes before removing from pan Serve warm or cool Tip Nutritional Information Per Serve Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides

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    Rewards Online Shopping Woolworths Mobile Select a sub topic Region Address What is your Woolworths Mobile Number What is your SIM number What is the name on the Account Job number Job title Job State None NSW ACT VIC TAS QLD SA NT WA Q4 Do you agree to your information being shared with other parties to assist us with resolving your query None Yes No Privacy For a copy

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  • Woolworths - Daily Intake Guide
    Print Daily Intake Guide Maintaining a balanced diet In order to maintain a healthy weight we must balance the amount of energy that we take into our bodies with the amount of energy that we expend from our bodies If you want to lose weight you need to burn more energy than you consume from food Similarly if you are consuming more energy from food than what you are burning off you will gain weight To achieve a balanced diet we must also consider where this energy comes from Protein fat and carbohydrate are the three main nutrients which contribute to your total daily energy intake whilst fibre is important for a healthy digestive system The following nutrient amounts are the recommended daily amounts based on the average adult diet of 8700kJ 2 070Cal How to read nutritional thumbnails We use the Daily Intake Guide thumbnails on packaging to help you to understand what you re putting into your body The thumbnails show what percentage of nutrients a serving of food provides in your daily diet There is always an Energy thumbnail and often other key nutrients which are Fat Saturated Fat Sugar and Sodium Daily Intake Values are also found in the Nutrition Information Panel Use the Daily Intake Thumbnails to 1 Get a better view of what s in a serve to help you see how a food contributes to the recommended amounts of kilojoules and nutrients 2 Easily compare foods and drinks you choose 3 Choose foods and drinks that best suit your energy needs Tips for maintaining a balanced diet Moderate your intake of energy fat saturated fat sugar and sodium Try and increase the amount of fibre you have Try and ensure that snacks provide less than 10 of your daily energy intake Consider any

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  • Woolworths - Food Labels
    or an overview of what the food is The label must include a name or description of the food sufficient to indicate the true nature of the food and to be specific enough to distinguish this product from other foods Ingredients listing By law all ingredients used in the manufacture of the food must be listed and in descending order the item listed first has the highest percentage in the product and the item listed last has the lowest Unless they re allergens or additives other ingredients that make up less than 5 of a product don t need to be broken down and can be listed as composite ingredients Percentage Labelling some foods that have characterizing ingredients or components are required to be labelled with a percentage declaration of the characterising ingredients and components Mandatory warning and advisory statements and declarations Allergy advice If you have a food allergy or intolerance always check the food label Common allergens must be declared in the ingredient list or in the mandatory advisory statement These allergens include milk egg cereals containing gluten peanuts soybeans tree nuts sesame seeds fish crustaceans sulphites greater than 10mg kg All food which contain or may contain traces of these allergens will have it on the label Nutrition information By law manufacturers and packagers must also include a specific list of certain nutrients found in a product The package must display Nutritional information Panel setting out the energy kilojoules protein fat saturated fat total carbohydrates sugars and sodium content per specific serving size e g 30g as well as per 100g or 100ml to help you cross reference products If a nutritional claim is made about any other nutrient e g monounsaturated fat or dietary fibre the quantity present must be included in the nutrition information panel and the product should comply with specific requirements set by FSANZ and The ANZFA Code of Practice Please note There are a few exceptions to requiring a nutrition information panel such as very small packages foods like herbs and spices tea coffee foods sold unpackaged or foods made and packaged at the point of sale Storage and Use Instructions Storage and Use Instructions e g refrigerate after opening are mandatory depending on the nature of the product and potential concerns on safety and health aims Size A food label should also provide a minimum weight or volume measurement for the product minus its packaging By law these measurements need to be exact so you can be sure you re getting what you paid for Name business address of supplier If you re unhappy with a product have a general enquiry or want to ask a question about a specific ingredient you should contact the product manufacturer The term supplier includes the packer manufacturer vendor or importer of the food A business address means the location of the premises from which a business is being operated and includes the street number the street name the town or suburb and in Australia

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  • Woolworths - Nutritional Claims
    containing sodium chloride Salt reduced The product s salt content should be at least 25 less than the original product Gluten free Gluten is a protein found in wheat rye and barley It may also be present as a contaminant in oats Gluten free means no detectable gluten may be contained in the food Fibre increased Products such as breads can only make this claim if they contain at least 3g of dietary fibre per serving Light lite While commonly used this claim doesn t necessarily mean a product is low in fat or energy The term may refer to the texture colour or taste of a product However by law the characteristic that makes the product light must be stated on the label Low joule low calorie This means that a single serve of this product the size of which is specified on the label will have no more than 170KJ 40 Calories or in the case of liquids no more than 80 kJ 20 Cals per 100 mL Fat reduced Low fat If a product makes this claim it must contain less than 3 fat if it is a solid food or 1 5 fat if it is a liquid food Fat free For a product to be classified fat free the fat content must be virtually negligible i e less than 0 15 Percentage of fat Fat percentages tell you how much fat content is in a specific product based on a 100g serve Remember when comparing fat percentages that 92 fat free is actually the same as 8 fat Colours flavours and preservatives Colours flavours and preservatives are all additives used for a range of purposes whether to improve the taste or appearance of a processed food improve its keeping quality or preserve it to extend

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  • Woolworths - Healthy Kids
    3 Variety is the spice of life A healthy diet is all about balance and small bodies need a particular combination of foods in order to grow strong mentally and physically To ensure children don t become fussy eaters it s also important to introduce a wide variety of healthy foods in their younger years As a handy guide try making meals based on the five food groups 4 Explain healthy choices Teach your children how to make healthy food decisions by showing them the difference between better heath everyday foods e g vegetables bread cereal milk cheese fruit meat fish and nuts and sometimes foods e g sweet biscuits chocolate bars soft drinks chips or cake Get the kids to help you draw and apply adhesive labels to specific items in the fridge or pantry to help them remember and don t forget to define sometimes foods or else your child will think sometimes is now Sometimes foods should be a special treat perhaps once a week 5 Make breakfast an important meal Eating breakfast is a must for young kids It assists with concentration recall and memory and helps them stay focused at school Encourage kids to eat a healthy and filling breakfast before school and if possible make a special family time for breakfast on the weekends 6 Don t forget the special dietary needs of teenagers To cope with the demands of puberty teenage bodies need plenty of extra vitamins and minerals Some teenagers especially girls may be low in iron which is essential for making red blood cells and for energy and concentration Serve iron rich meats such as lamb or beef as well as fish chicken and foods such as lentils chickpeas or tofu which also contain iron 7 Pack a yummy lunchbox To help your child stay away from junk foods try to make their lunchboxes as tasty as possible Great snacks include some different fruits such as a few blueberries kiwi fruit or cubes of melon a box of sultanas a tub of low fat yoghurt or a small handful of dried fruit and nuts Use a variety of wholemeal breads such as lavish Lebanese or pita to add excitement to lunchtime sandwiches and as often as possible vary the fillings Try light cream cheese with tinned salmon and cucumber or grated carrot mixed with reduced fat cream cheese and sultanas View more sandwich ideas 8 Water water water Teach your child the importance of drinking water when they are thirsty especially after exercise Add lemon lime mint or sliced oranges to water for some natural sweetness For an extra special treat get the kids to make their own healthy fizzy drinks by mixing carbonated mineral water or soda water with natural fruit juice 9 Have fun in summer with homemade ice blocks In summer encourage kids to make their own ice blocks by freezing fruits such as sultana grapes quartered oranges halved peaches or peeled bananas Or use fresh fruit juices

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  • Woolworths - Five Food Groups
    Story Our People Our Stores Environmental Commitment Our Community Product Recalls Contact Us You are here Home Fresh Living Health Wellbeing Eating Healthily Five Food Groups Health Wellbeing Finding Healthy Foods Eating Healthily Food Safety Five Food Groups Vegetables Breads Cereals Fruit Milk Cheese Meat Fish Healthy Kids Special Diets Baby Toddler Club Fresh Food Kids Foods of the World Extra Specials Send to a friend Print Five Food Groups Whether it s the rich aroma of a tender sirloin cooking on the barbeque a warm loaf of freshly baked bread or the first slice of mango in summer there s nothing quite like the taste texture and variety offered by fresh food But how can you be sure you re getting the nutrients your body needs And what does it really mean to have a balanced diet To help you choose foods with the right mix of essential nutrients the Australian Healthy Eating Guidelines recommend basing your diet on the Five Food Groups To stay healthy it s recommended you eat a certain number of serves from each of these five groups every day In this section we ve provided some great tips on how the right mix of delicious fresh food can help you do just that Links to non Woolworths websites within this section have been provided for information purposes only Woolworths is not responsible for the content on those websites Breads Cereals Fruit Milk Yoghurt Cheese Vegetables and Legumes Meat Poultry Fish Alternatives Share on Facebook Tweet this Bookmark at Delicious Digg this Share this page on Specials Promotions Weekly Catalogue Promotions Competitions Fresh Food Inspiration Australia s Fresh Food People Delicious Recipes Your Guides to Fresh Food Fresh Food Update Fresh or Free Guarantee Fresh Magazine Meet Our Growers Fresh Living Health Wellbeing Baby Toddler

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  • Woolworths - Food Safety
    Take a look at the understanding product labels for more information on other useful terms used on food labels For freshness and flavour fish and seafood should be eaten within 24 hours after purchase Fish can be frozen for eating at a later time Chicken can also be frozen but will keep for up to two to three days in the fridge To ensure meat or seafood retains its flavour and texture always thaw before cooking Always wash fresh fruit and vegetables before eating or using them in cooking Avoid soapy water or detergents as they may leave residue on your food For thick or rough skinned vegetables and fruits such as potatoes try using a small scrubbing brush to remove surface dirt For maximum flavour and texture kidney beans and soybeans should be soaked overnight before cooking Always cover the container to protect the contents and cook the beans in fresh water discarding any residue left by the soaking process If a recipe calls for milk to be added over heat be sure to add it slowly and over a low temperature so as to prevent it from curdling This is particularly the case when combining milk with acidic substances such as tomato vinegar or citrus Thaw meat in the fridge or in cold water Bacteria can rapidly multiply at room temperature so it s important to keep your meat cool Marinating meat should also always be covered and kept in the fridge If defrosting meat in the microwave ensure the food is cooked immediately Some areas may have started to cook providing a mild temperature in which bacteria could develop Always discard any marinate used on fresh meat as it will contain raw juices that could harbour bacteria For the same reason don t place cooked meat back into the pan or tub in which it was previously marinating Be mindful of how you use kitchen towels particularly those you use to handle pots and pans or wipe down kitchen surfaces When cleaning countertops consider using paper towels which can be easily discarded Regularly machine wash your tea towels and oven mitts in hot water It s also important not to dry your hands with a towel you just used to clean up raw meat poultry or seafood juices Wash your hands cutting boards dishes utensils and countertops with hot soapy water after preparing each food item and before you go on to the next food Replace excessively worn cutting boards including plastic non porous acrylic and wooden boards Bacteria can grow in the hard to clean grooves and cracks Storing To avoid possible contamination always ensure your fresh fruit and vegetables are stored separately to fresh meat or seafood To keep your nuts and legumes fresh store them in cool dry conditions in airtight containers away from the light Due to their fat content nuts also benefit from storage in the fridge or freezer to prevent the onset of rancidity Keep grain and grain products in cool

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