Excitement mounts as demolition ceases and construction begins. Foodbank CEO, Michael Rose, recently caught up with Kellie Watson GM for FareShare Queensland on site to discuss progress in relation to the Brisbane kitchen.
Each year the Supply Chain Logistics Assoc. Australia’s (SCLAA) annual Christmas party focuses on helping other people at a time when they need it the most. It is about having fun and knowing that you have made a difference. Over the last five years, Members of the SCLAA, the Australian Institute of Packaging, the Australian […]
Gospel Lighthouse Care serves school breakfasts 5 days each week to 2,000 children in Marsden alone. Della is Gospel Lighthouse’s Pastor and leads a team of volunteers passionate about providing kids with at least one healthy meal per day. So successful is their breakfast club that they also run a lunch club where children […]
What a terrific night had by all! The menu was spectacular all due to the amazing work of Brisbane’s finest restaurants, Il Centro, Cha Cha Char & Jellyfish, Enoteca and Moda Restaurant. Drinks by Newstead Brewing Co, MOET and wines by Robert Channon Winery. Thank you to Ian Skippen and Natalie Gruzlewski for their MC skills with Ian Skippen […]
Update – You made it Brisbane! 40 Tonne what an achievement! This is enough food to generate 80 000 meals, an amazing start to 2017! Thanks to Retail First Centres, Quest Community Newspapers , All Purpose Transport and all those who gave so generously! Retail First has been helping Foodbank feed families since 2009. We […]
Every season farmer deal with the elements, gluts in the market ‘ugly’ produce and the hardest of all the not to specification product that gets rejected namely by the retailer. 40% of Foodbank Queensland’s 12 million kilograms rescued last year was fresh produce from growers nationally. A staggering figure of fresh nutritional food that would […]
Flavour is something that can be experimented with to create new and amazing taste sensations. However we don’t all need to be qualified chefs to learn how to cook something a little different. When we discover new tastes we can be motivated to explore more food options and the greater variety in our diet, the better!
This week is all about chicken and how versatile it can be to use in any tasty meal. Chicken is a family favourite in Australia with each person consuming 46.2 kg of chicken per year! Chicken is not only delicious and versatile, it remains to be one of the most affordable meat types which makes it great to use in your family meals.