The food and drink we consume influences how it is produced and to a certain degree it's quality.
If eating healthy local produce is important, then how can we as consumers, encourage more sustainable production,
manufacturing and distribution?


Food & drink actions

Eat organic food
Too many pesticides, herbicides and fungicides
in your food? Try
eating organic.

Eat less meat
Replace at least one meat meal per week with a vegetarian option. Land used for beans and vegetables produces 10 times as much protein as land used for raising beef.

Buy local and seasonal food
Locally produced food grown in sync with the seasons is fresher and requires less energy to produce and transport to you.

Avoid genetically modified
(GM) food

Avoid eating Genetically Modified (GM) Food and demand more thorough testing and mandatory labelling of genetic crops
and foods.


Avoid bottled water
Avoid bottled water and feel good knowing that you’re saving money, reducing your personal health risks and reducing resource waste in your community.

Reduce dairy in your diet
Bovine breast milk goes
great with your cereal, but
its production contributes
4 % to global greenhouse
gas emissions. Halve your dairy consumption, explore the alternatives and help
the environment.

Avoid eating endangered fish
Avoid eating over-fished and threatened fish species.

Adopt a vegetarian diet
Join the mung bean nation! Prevent the sizzling death of
a thousand innocent animals, improve your health.


ENVIRONMENT

Many food and drink production practices in Australia have resulted in soil loss, salinity and reduced productivity. The widespread use of chemical fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides has a detrimental effect on surrounding ecosystems. The necessary shift to farming practices that nurture ecosystems requires everyone's help.

WELLBEING

Food and drink percolates though the fabric of our lives. It provides a wealth of opportunities to improve (or harm) our wellbeing. If ‘we are what we eat’, lets enhance our lives through food and drink that’s healthy, sustainable and delightful.


Less Stuff. More Life.