A healthy and nutritious life!

It’s been a little bit since you’ve heard from us and we have been busy…

The new Winter/Spring menu is here with hearty and delicious additions like Beef Ragu Lasagne, Slow Cooked Pulled Pork and Shepherd’s Pie. You can order these meals along with your favourites through our Online Order Page or by calling us on 9540 7365.

Your health and wellbeing is our priority and we invite you to follow us on our Facebook page where you can find information about maintaining good nutrition and staying active, There are also simple recipes you can make at home, heartwarming stories from people in your community, and news about events, research and ideas around maintaining independence and wellbeing.

We look forward to helping you live a healthy and nutritious life!

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Our Winter/Spring
Menu is here!

With 60 delicious nutritious meals to choose from, suiting all types of dietary requirements, you’ll be spoilt for choice! The one thing you won’t have to decide on is a guaranteed healthy meal arriving at your door. View the menu here.

Make it at home
Easy Chicken Soup

This lovely heart-warming chicken soup recipe is a great way to increase your veggie, protein and fluid intake.

Serves 1-2 people.
Ready in less than 30 minutes.

Healthy independent living made easy.

Our team can help you create a personalised meal plan, order from our menu and provide delivery to your home.
call us today 02 9540 7365 or email us at info@foodservices.org.au

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Feeling a little low?

A change in your diet could be just the medicine you need.
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Negotiating your way to good health in the fast-paced world where convenient, highly processed foods are available at every turn; makes it difficult to eat well and look after ourselves.

However, the results of a recent US study cuts to the chase, giving us even more motivation to eat healthy foods.

Balancing Activity with Healthy Eating

Being active and good nutrition is vitally important for maintaining the best possible quality of life in older age.” The National Health and Medical Research Council recommends 12 Dietary Guidelines for maximum vitality, energy and health in older people.