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Our nation’s love of treat foods

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Across Australia we love our treat or discretionary food – food that is high in energy but low in nutritional value - according to a recent reportreport issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

Results from the Australian Health Survey show different eating habits for each State and Territory. The report shows all Australians enjoy a treat there are interesting differences by state. For further information read the news here and refer to our selection of case studies on the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The ABS plays a key central role in expanding and improving the range of statistics available on the performance of Australia’s economy, the well-being of our population, the condition of our environment, and the challenges faced by regional and rural communities.

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