The "food miles" in our meals can accumulate very quickly. Check the country of origin of all food items and try to buy fresh produce that's grown locally.
Research shows us that families who eat together are more likely to meet their recommended intake for fruits and vegetables than those that don't. Even if you can't have a meal together every single night, just try for a few nights each week to begin with.
Start with something simple like a pot of basil and add a different herb to the collection each season. It will also help with food miles as you can't get more local than your own backyard!
Australians waste around $5 billion worth of food each year. Buying small quantities of food as you need it will help save money because it's more likely to be used.
Take some time to show the people that care for you how much you care for them. It can be as simple as baking them afternoon tea. With one small step at a time, small changes really can make a big difference.