We have seen the need to cater for Diabetic clients, and clients looking for healthier options. We aim to serve a variety of foods including: plenty of vegetables and fruit, including dried fruit wholegrain breakfast cereals, pasta and noodles; wholegrain or wholemeal bread; and brown rice, pulses, including canned beans, dried peas, dried beans and chickpeas; and lentils. We can also accomodate those who need a glutin free diet.
Lean meats, fish and poultry with skin removed; try to limit processed meats, such as salami and sausages reduced, low or no fat dairy products (no cream), such as milk, cheese and yoghurt boiled, poached or scrambled (no cream or butter) eggs spreads and margarines made from canola, sunflower or olive oil instead of butter oven-baked, grilled, boiled, stewed or poached foods; We limit deep fried foods foods with no added salt, such as plain, unsalted nuts. We try to limit sugary, salty and fatty snack foods, such as party pies, spring rolls, crisps, cakes, pastries and sweet biscuits. Ideally healthier foods should be well promoted, displayed in a prominent and attractive manner, and if possible, priced competitively, and that's what we strive to do.