Our menu underwent a nutritional overhaul, with much less salt, fat and sugar across the board

Our menu underwent a nutritional overhaul, with much less salt, fat and sugar across the board

Hungry Jack's is a participant in the Australian Government's Food and Health Dialogue, which has a focus on frequently consumed foods – from reductions in sugar, salt, energy and saturated fats to increases in wholegrain, fruit, vegetables and fibre content.

We’re also committed members of the Australian Food and Grocery Council Quick Service Restaurant Forum, an industry-led group that meets quarterly to address issues facing the sector.

Our customers have the power to make informed decisions about what they wish to eat. In 2011, we were the first Australian quick service restaurant to publish kilojoule counts on our menu boards, well ahead of legislative requirements.

We're proud that our sodium, saturated fats and sugar levels have been reduced by more than the Quick Service Restaurant Forum requirement.

Our nutritional improvement journey began in earnest back in 2008, with a focus on reducing saturated fats and sugars in our menu items.

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