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Secondary Analysis of the Australian National Health Survey 

The research was undertaken by the CSIRO Food & Nutrition Flagship and is a secondary analysis of the Australian National Nutrition Survey (a component of the Australian Health Survey 2011-2012).  The Australian Health Survey 2011-2012 is the largest and most comprehensive health survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in Australia in 2011-2012, surveying more than 12,000 children and adults across Australia.  The secondary analysis was undertaken by Malcolm Riley, Lead Researcher at CSIRO Food & Nutrition Flagship and his team.

A summary of the key findings is expected to be released in mid-September.  For a copy of the key findings infographic from the report, click here.

Please click on the following link for the Media Release

MEDIA RELEASE New CSIRO Analysis Reveals Major Gap in Diet of Australians

Please click on the following link to download the Stakeholder Presentation

Stakeholder Presentation PDF

The Role of Fruit Juice in the Australian Diet

This report, commissioned by Fruit Juice Australia – a dedicated division of the Australian Beverages Council– provides a summary of the key findings contained in the comprehensive CSIRO Food and Nutrition Flagship “Fruit Juice in the Australian Diet” report, which is a subsection of a broader beverages secondary analyses.

The Role of Fruit Juice in the Australian Diet