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Eat Well Tasmania is now proudly partnering with Brand Tasmania with the aim to promote and support Tasmanian produce. The Tasmanian Master Brand identity is a registered trademark and the word recognises that a vital ingredient to the successful development of its marketing efforts is its relationship with private sector companies, industry associations, organisations, educational institutions, community organisations and local and state government bodies.
Cancer Council Tasmania is a not-for-profit organisation that works to minimise the incidence and impact of cancer on all Tasmanians through advocacy, raising awareness of cancer prevention and offering advice and support for those living with cancer and their carers
Eat Well Tasmania in partnership with the Country Women’s Association of Tasmania have nurtured the successful Community Cooking Demonstrator program. The program aims to enhance food preparation and cooking knowledge and skills in the veteran community, with a particular focus on nutritional wellbeing and people living alone.
Diabetes Tasmania is the peak body for diabetes in this state representing the Tasmanians diagnosed with the disease
ESF&W offers a superb range of local produce - check out the amazing blackboard that pinpoints its location and enjoy the produce inspired menu. What's in Season information is put into practice here.
Family Food Patch is a Tasmanian program that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of children and families by creating a network of motivated volunteer parents and community members.
The Heart Foundation saves lives and improves health through funding world-class cardiovascular research, guidelines for health professionals, informing the public and assisting people with cardiovascular disease
MacTavish West are a unique consultancy, providing near market food science and technology, scientific, engineering and creative services to a diverse range of businesses in Australia and Europe.
Move Well Eat Well is working to promote healthy eating and physical activity as a normal and positive part of every child's day.
Physical Activity & Community Nutrition Unit, Department of Health and Human Services
The Community Nutrition Unit aims to make healthy food and drink choices the easiest choices for Tasmanians.
Sustainable Living Tasmania works at many levels to provide the Tasmanian community with the skills, information and support needed to live happy, healthy, sustainable lives.
The Tasmanian School Canteen Association Inc. (TSCA) was formed in 1994 "to promote and facilitate the provision of a nutritious and healthy food service in Tasmanian school canteens".