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These resources have been developed in conjunction with the SRAS independent scientific advisors. The information reflects scientific studies and the balance of evidence in the area. They provide a local context to global discussions on sugars and nutrition. This information is for nutrition education purposes. In all cases of specific medical complaints and conditions please seek the advice of a trained health professional.

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Where does sugar come from?

A journey from cane-plant to sugar bowl, looking at the milling and refining process of sugar.
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The different types of sweetener in food

Our popular infographic looking at the differences between cane sugar, agave, sugar alcohols and rice malt syrup to name a few.
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Why is there sugar in my food?

Infographic explaining the role of sugar in food and drink products
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Sugars and health FAQ's

Answering the common questions about sugar in relation to health.
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Spotlight on Australia's Sugar Consumption

An update on consumption of free sugars in the Australian diet
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Spotlight on New Zealand's Sugar Consumption

An update on consumption of sugars in the Kiwi diet
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Is Australia losing its sweet tooth?

Update from the Australian Health Survey: Nutrition First Results
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Where do the kJs in our food and drinks come from?

Infographic on energy content
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Frequently asked questions

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