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CHEDDAR CH

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

2 slices or 4 x 3 x 2cm cubes per serve = 40g

Nutritional Benefits
High in calcium essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
High in vitamin B2 (riboflavin) helps
strengthen your digestive system

Fun Fact
Eating a piece of cheese after a sugary
snack can actually help restore minerals
to tooth enamel and protect against
tooth decay.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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RICOTTA CHE

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

cup serve = 120g


Half a cup of ricotta cheese provides one serving
of dairy.

Nutritional Benefits
High in calcium, essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
High in vitamin A helps fight infection

Fun Fact
Ricotta cheese is a not a cheese, but a
dairy product.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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COTTAGE CH

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

cup serve = 120g


Half a cup of cottage cheese provides one serving
of dairy.

Nutritional Benefits
High in calcium, essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
Good source of selenium helps
boost your immune system

Fun Fact
It takes almost 10 cartons of milk to
make 1 container of cottage cheese.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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CREAM CHEE

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

1 serve = 40g
Cream cheese provides one serving of dairy.

Nutritional Benefits
High in calcium essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
High in vitamin B12 helps boosts the
immune system

Fun Fact
Cream cheese was invented in the
United States of America.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

BUTTERMILK

250ml

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

cup serve = 120ml


Half a cup of buttermilk provides one serving
of dairy.

Nutritional Benefits
High in calcium essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
High in vitamin B2 (riboflavin) helps
strength your digestive system

Fun Fact
Buttermilk cools you down when you
drink it.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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LOW FAT MIL

250ml

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

1 cup serve = 250ml


One cup of low fat milk provides one serving
of dairy.

Nutritional Benefits
Low in fat
High in calcium, essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
High in vitamin D helps maintain a
healthy immune system

Fun Fact
A glass of warm milk helps you go
to sleep.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

SOY MILK

250ml

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

1 cup serve = 250ml


One cup of soy milk provides one serving of dairy
alternative.

Nutritional Benefits
Low in saturated fat and lactose free
Good source of calcium essential for
building strong healthy bones and teeth
High in vitamin B2 (riboflavin) helps
strengthen your digestive system

Fun Fact
Soy milk is lactose free and contains
no dairy.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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NATURAL YOG

BUILD A HEALTHY LUNCH BOX

Serves per day (boys and girls)


48 years 911 years 1213 years
Boys

Girls

cup serve = 200g


Three quarters of a cup of natural yogurt provides
one serving of dairy.

Nutritional Benefits
Contains good probiotic bacteria
High in calcium essential for building
strong healthy bones and teeth
High in CLA (conjugated linoleic
acid) helps enhance muscle growth

Fun Fact
Yogurt is alive! It contains live bacteria
that help to regulate food digestion.

Based on material provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council.