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The TSCA was formed in 1994. It is a not-for-profit, non-government organisation and is jointly funded by the Tasmanian Department of Education and the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services. The TSCA supports the broader school community by ensuring a variety of healthy foods and drinks are served at the canteen.

This support is given through:

• the provision of resources and advice on food selection and menu planning
• assistance with achieving good canteen management and operations
• assisting with the development of policies around nutrition
• providing food safety information
• encouraging the healthy eating message to the whole school through canteen, classroom and school activities
• the delivery of seminars, newsletters, food expos, and workshops for canteen managers, teachers, and the school community
• the Canteen Accreditation Program team assists schools to achieve a School Canteen Accreditation Award.

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Move Well Eat Well is managed by the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services, with the cooperation and support of a range of partner organisations and services.

Find out more about the organsations that govern, advise and support us.

Move Well Eat Well promotes a healthier Tasmania in which children can enjoy healthy eating and physical activity every day. It contributes to a healthy lifestyle and to the prevention of a range of chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, some cancers and dental decay.

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The Tasmanian Council of Social Service is the peak body for the community services sector in Tasmania. TasCOSS was established in 1961. Our members are individuals and organisations active in the provision of community services in Tasmania. We represent the interests of low-income, vulnerable and disadvantaged Tasmanians, and our members, to government, regulators, the private sector, the public and the media.

  • TasCOSS researches and develops social policy and undertakes work to strengthen the Tasmanian community services sector.

  • TasCOSS receives funding from the State Government but acts independently of government and political parties.

  • TasCOSS is part of a national network of councils of social service in all states and territories and the national body, the Australian Council of Social Service.