Dietary information

Allergens

 

A food allergy (immune reaction), or food intolerance (chemical reaction), can occur in susceptible individuals when food or beverages containing reactive components are consumed.

These definitions will assist you in determining if a Coles recipe is suitable for you, based on your individual requirements.

Coles recipes have been assessed by dietitians, as free from specified foods or ingredients, for food allergy or intolerance.

Always read food ingredient labels carefully.  To determine if you have an allergy or intolerance, please seek a confirmed diagnosis from your health care professional.


The recipe has been developed using products that do not contain milk from any animal (including cow, sheep and goat milk), dairy (including cheese, yoghurt, butter and cream), lactose or milk proteins.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are dairy-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain milk' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains milk'.


The recipe has been developed using products that do not contain egg from birds, egg yolk, egg-white and egg protein.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are egg-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain egg' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains egg'.


The recipe has been developed using products that do not contain gluten or gluten-containing ingredients, including wheat, rye, barley, triticale and oats.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are gluten-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain gluten' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains gluten'.


The recipe has been developed using ingredients that are free from lactose, which is naturally occuring in dairy products. These recipes may contain dairy-alternatives or lactose-free dairy products where all lactose has been removed as part of the processing.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are lactose-free.


The recipe has been developed using products that do not contain peanuts or tree nuts: including almonds, brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pistachios, pine nuts, walnuts.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are nut-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain nuts' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains nuts'.


The recipe has been developed using products that do not contain peanuts, peanut products such as peanut butter, or peanut oil.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are peanut-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain peanuts' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains peanuts'.


The recipe has been developed using ingredients that do not contain sesame seeds, or sesame products, including tahini (sesame paste), sesame oil or hommus.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are sesame-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain sesame' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains sesame'.


The recipe has been developed using products that do not contain soy including whole soy beans, edamame, soy flour, soy milk, soybean oil, soy lecithin or soy protein.

Always review individual product labels to ensure that all ingredients are soybean-free and avoid warning labels such as 'may contain soybean' or 'made in a manufacturing facility which contains soybean'.

Health & Lifestyle

High in protien foods 

These definitions will assist you in determining if a Coles recipe is suitable for you, based on your individual dietary preferences.

Coles recipes have been assessed by dietitians, as free from specified foods or ingredients, for health and lifestyle dietary requirements.

Always read food ingredient labels carefully.  Please seek individual dietary advice from your health care professional or an Accredited Practising Dietitian.


Recipe contains more than 8 grams of wholegrain ingredients / per serve of recipe, as determined by the ingoing weight of wholegrain ingredients.

 


Coles Healthy Living recipes are aligned to Australian Dietary Guidelines advice for healthy eating.

Coles Healthy Living recipes are low in sugar and saturated fat, aligned to Australian Dietary Guidelines advice and are suitable for people with diabetes.


Recipe contains more than 4g dietary fibre / per serve of recipe, as determined in the recipe nutrition information.

 


Recipe contains more than 10g protein / per serve of recipe, as determined in the recipe nutritional information.

 

 

Recipe contains less than 3% total fat (3g fat per 100g) of food per serve, OR less than 1.5% total fat (1.5g fat per 100 mL) of liquids per serve, as determined in the recipe nutrition information.


This recipe is developed using ingredients that do not contain added sugars, including white sugar, brown sugar, icing sugar, coconut sugar, maple syrup, agave syrup, rice malt syrup and golden syrup. Added sugars do not include ingredients that may contain naturally occurring sugars, such as fructose, fruit sugars in fresh fruit and vegetables, or lactose, milk sugars naturally found in dairy products.

 


Recipe contains a minimum amount of 75g of vegetables per serve, and/or 150g of fruit per serve of the recipe. May be a mix of vegetables or fruit varieties to make up a full serve.

1 serve of vegetables = 75g as per Australian Dietary Guidelines, NHMRC, 2013.

1 serve of fruit = 150g as per Australian Dietary Guidelines, NHMRC, 2013.

125mL fruit juice can occasionally be enjoyed as an alternative to 1 serve of fruit as per Australian Dietary Guidelines, NHMRC, 2013.


This recipe is developed using ingredients that do not contain products derived from animals or animal byproducts, including cow's milk, eggs, honey, and meat, seafood and poultry, or ingredients processed using products derived from animals or animal byproducts.


This recipe is developed using ingredients that do not contain products derived from animals, including meat, seafood and poultry.

 

Recipe contains no more than 170 kJ (kilojoules) or 41 Calories per 100g of solid food, as determined in the recipe nutrition information per serve. Recipe contains no more than 80 kJ or 20 Calories per 100mL of liquids, as determined in the recipe nutrition information per serve.

Recipes identified as ‘weight control’ are considered low in energy (kilojoules or calories) PER SERVE of the recipe.