Let’s get creative on healthy eating

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

THIS healthy eating plan has been on the go for the past three years at least and little creative, innovative or impacting images or marketing have been seen around Mildura.
Nanjing Night Net

Colour: The Darwin markets are a huge drawcard.

Sporting clubs would be a great place to start along with some innovative names for horse races and harness races that reflect the Mildura food bowl.

This is about networks and connecting some eat-well, live-well messages as well.

Maybe some gourmet healthy food images in the Mildura Mall as well or on the walls of Coles and Woolworths CBD stores about local healthy produce.

The markets have many fine fresh items and this should be taken further to capture cultures/nationalities and food choices that are historically healthy.

Like the many Darwin markets, cafes and restaurants that participate in the markets to showcase their foods and eateries.

Have a look at Parap markets or Nightcliffe or Rapid Creek markets for some fine examples of vast healthy prepared foods for all around the world.

If eateries here participated, it could become a great event for locals and bring many tourists as well. I have said it before and it gets no traction.

It is sad because it captures so much.

The healthy eating issues need firm plans with outcomes and not careers out of the problem.

Stuart Davie,

Mildura

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