Tomatoes

Tomatoes

An all-star cooking ingredient, tomatoes are perfect for making salsa, condiments, soup and sauces. Tomatoes’ fiery red is a dead giveaway they’re full of the nutrient lycopene as well as antioxidants and vitamins.

Low Fat Milk

Low Fat Milk

If you left milk behind with your childhood, you’re missing out on one of the best sources of calcium. You can reap several nutritional benefits by adding low-fat milk to your meal plan as it is packed with protein, vitamins and minerals.

Cultured Milk

Cultured Milk

Adding a probiotic fermented milk drink to your (and your kids) daily diet will help suppress harmful bacteria in the intestines, maintain good digestion, and build immunity.

Fresh Chicken Eggs

Fresh Chicken Eggs

Always visually inspect eggs before buying. Best to check for cracks or liquid in the box to ensure there are no broken ones. Eggs are best stored in the refrigerator where they may remain for up to one month (or check the best-before-date on the box).

Carrots

Carrots

Our eyes, bones, teeth, and skin can benefit greatly from beta-carotene (which the body converts into Vitamin A) supplied by carrots. Beyond the many health benefits the humble carrot provides, its also a versatile food that can be juiced, roasted, mashed, stir-fried or eaten in a cake!

Avocado

Avocado

From their heart-healthy benefits and skin-loving nutrients to their unique versatility in recipes and making snack time extra delicious, you can have avocados every day! And did you know that an avocado is an edible bowl for your favourite fillings? Simply cut an avocado in half, and fill it with all sorts of things, from salsa to diced roast vegetables, a few spoons of curry or bake an egg in it!