Life Health Foods environmental improvements

We’re proud to announce that in 2016, Life Health Foods Australia continued to deliver on our promise of minimizing our environmental impact. In 2016, compared to the previous year, we reduced our natural gas by 18.4% per kilo of product produced, our electricity consumption by 16.9% per kilo and our waste water discharge by 6.8% per kilo.

We will continue to focus on initiatives to drive further reductions during 2017.

New vegan range hitting Australian supermarket shelves

Following our launch of Naked Soups last winter, we’re excited to launch Naked Kitchen meal bases.

Three vegan-friendly eat-and-eat meal bases will be available in Woolworths and selected IGA stores from June, joining the popular Naked Locals soups range.

Easy to prepare and only $5 per serve, keep an eye out for Moroccan Chickpea Tagine with cumin & fennelNaked Kitchen Thai Jungle Curry with lemongrass & cashews and Mexican Black Bean Chilli with red quinoa & coriander.

2017 Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon

A big thank you to everyone who took part in the Weet-Bix Kids Tryathlons around Australia over the past few months!

Vegie Delights was at many of the events offering tasty burgers and hot dogs to hungry participants and their families.

Find out more on the events on the official Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon website.

Dave Hughes and The Alternative Meat Co. take on Australia Day

Do you have to eat meat on Australia Day? That’s the question Dave Hughes asks in his latest video for The Alternative Meat Co.

Hughesy discusses why you don’t need to be a carnivore to be Australian, and that there’s nothing wrong with “trying something different” and opting for a plant-based meal on Australia Day.

Check out the video on The Alternative Meat Co. Facebook page!

Dave Hughes and Alternative Meat Co.

Australian comedian Dave Hughes recently went ‘undercover’ at one of Sydney’s most famous kebab shops to sub in Alternative Meat Co. products to unsuspecting kebab connoisseurs.

People’s surprised reactions were captured in a Punk’d style video which tackles the perception of meat’s superior taste by striking at the core of Aussie meat culture.

Visit the Alternative Meat Co. Facebook page to check it out!