FOOST promotes an “Eat Colourful” message, inspiring Australians to include more colourful fruit and vegetables in meals and snacks. If Australians could do one thing to be healthier, nutritionally, it would be to eat more fruit and vegetables! We believe food should be enjoyed, not restricted. Cooking should be achievable, not complicated. Vegetables should be…..
Tired of sessions that are death by powerpoint? Foost interactive cooking and nutrition sessions will energise, education, empower and feed your workplace! Sessions are fully interactive and people feel supported to participate. We’re had proficient home cooks to people who have never chopped anything have fun and help prepare lunch or snack for their co-workers……
Foost’s workplace wellness programs A workplace wellness program is an easy way for your business to support the health of employees. Strong evidence shows that workplace health promotion programs can influence workers’ diets. Promoting a healthier workplace = GOOD BUSINESS Foost runs tailored cooking and nutrition programs at workplaces, usually during lunchtime. No kitchen required!…..
‘Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.’ Benjamin Franklin The best way to learn is through hands on experience whilst having fun! All sessions designed by dietitian and mum of four, Kate Wengier, so you can be sure it’s healthy. But sessions are much more than cooking,…..
Want to help kids shine through improved nutrition and developing food literary? We know that dietary habits track, so if we can inspire healthier eating through play based learning in early education, we are setting kids up for life. Foost runs sessions to inspire educators to incorporate ‘Eat Colourful’ messages into their current programs. Sessions…..
Interactive sessions are run at your school or kinder for your parents. All sessions include tips, easy recipes and food tastings. These 60-90 minute workshops will inspire and empower your parents to create healthier homes and lunchboxes. Sessions discuss eating behaviors and combating fussy eating. Most popular sessions: Raising adventurous and colourful eaters (Fuss free family eating…..
Foost helps your community Eat Colourful by offing fundraising on our Eat Colourful range of products. From kids knives to meal planners and plates, your community receives a discount on all of our products. 40% of all sales goes to your school, kinder or group. Please download our fundraising flyer for a full list of…..
Engaging activity for your community. Entertainment with a difference! Support your community with fresh kids’ activities. Engaged Kids. Grateful Parents. Impressed Shoppers. Cooking classes and Smoothie Bikes make great activities at your next event or festival! We’ve cooked with over 15, 000 kids. Suitable for kids 5-12 and sessions include: Senses games and healthy tips Kids…..
Foost can partner with your shopping centre to create fresh experiences for your community of shoppers. We’ve worked with shopping centres, large and small, to create family friendly entertainment. Sessions are tailored to your needs. And as our sessions promote healthy food, there are great PR opportunities for the local paper. We buy all ingredients…..
Foost runs kids cooking classes and pedal your own smoothies in our Fender Blender smoothie bikes as part of school holiday program. Sessions run from 45 minutes to 3 hours. Kids learn about nutrition and ingredients, challenge their senses with ingredients games and individually prepare a dish or two to take home or eat at…..
I love cooking, but to be honest on busy, stressful weeks I sometimes wish there was someone else to take care of the planning and shopping. Are ingredients boxes the answer?
Magazines and news stories are brimming with tips promising this and that: Top foods for being happy; Top foods for reducing cholesterol; Top foods for slowing aging; Top foods for mental agility; Top foods to lose weight ETC So here is our “top 5” list of foods for everything!
Have you stopped cooking your favourite meals because you don’t think the kids will eat them? Or cook kids an alternate meal? Follow these three tips to get everyone enjoying the same meal.
Getting kids into the kitchen helping you out with some cooking or baking is one of the best ways for the little ones to learn about food and nutrition. Children love getting in the kitchen to help out with cooking up a storm, but sometimes it can leave your kitchen looking like a cyclone has blown through!
We are all guilty of forgetting about those veggies at the bottom of the fridge or the fruit that got a bit squishy in the fruit bowl. You might not even think about tossing them in the bin, and rightly so if it’s smelly and mushy, but most of the time those sad looking fruits and veg can be saved!
When it comes to feeding children, one of the most powerful things you can do to help kids learn to eat a variety of food and to have a positive relationship with food is create a happy environment for them to eat in. But how do we do that?