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Palm Oil

Mamee are happy to confirm that the Palm Oil we use comes from a RSPO certified supplier and that all their Mills and Plantations have been certified and confirmed, by an independent international auditor, to meet the RSPO sustainable guidelines.
Further to this their supply chain methods have also been certified by the auditor to meet the Mass Balance (MB) supply chain Model for RSPO and therefore all of our Palm Oil deliveries are certified to be sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) and can be independently tracked back to sustainable plantations and mills.
Whilst this is a complex issue that involves many third parties, Mamee remains committed to trying to do the best we can to ensure all the Palm Oil we purchase is CSPO and has the necessary supply chain documentation to prove its authenticity. Click to view our CSPO Certifications for plantations and supply chain practices.

Corn Oil

Corn oil has no trans fats and no cholesterol. It is low in saturated fats, an excellent source of vitamin E, and is also a source of linolenic acid. Corn oil contains 0.77% phytosterols by weight, phytosterols play an important role in reducing blood cholesterol. Some of the many benefits of corn oil include:

  • Healthy School Canteen Strategy

    Across Australia Government bodies are focusing on increasing healthy foods in school canteens and limiting the amount of unhealthy food that can be purchased at schools. To help 'rate' products based on their nutritional goodness, food and drink products have been classified according to their nutritional value per portion size, into three 'traffic light' categories:

    The GREEN category – CHOOSE PLENTY
    Foods in the GREEN segment of the food spectrum are based on the basic five food groups.
    Included are bread, cereals, rice, pasta, noodles, vegetables, fruit, reduced fat milk, yoghurt, cheese, lean meat, fish, poultry, eggs, nuts and legumes. Providing a range of healthy food choices is important for a balanced diet. Water is also an important part of the GREEN segment.

    AMBER foods are mainly processed foods that have had some sugar, salt or fat added to them. It is recommended that these foods are eaten occasionally because in general they: Have some nutritional value Have moderate levels of saturated fat and/or added sugar and/or salt. Like green products these foods can be sold in school canteens as they offer convenience and when eaten occasionally, in reasonable portions, they are a suitable snack.

    The RED category – OCCASIONALLY
    The food and drink that fit into this segment are not essential for a healthy diet and are banned from sale at school canteens and preschools. They are outside of the foods recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents in Australia and are based on the 'extra' foods as defined by the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating. When a Mamee Snack Products contains the Healthy School Canteen Strategy logo it indicates that that product fits into the Amber category and along with the Green graded products, it can be sold in school canteens. As with all Amber products we recommend that these snacks be eaten occasionally and as part of a balanced and healthy diet. Mamee Products that bear the Healthy School Canteen Strategy logo meet the Amber nutritional criteria for the following State based organisations:

  • New South Wales– "Fresh Tastes"
  • Queensland – "Smart Choices"
  • Victoria – "Go For your Life"
  • South Australia – "Right Bite"

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