By visiting and using the Superhero Foods HQ (“Site”) developed by Foodbank WA, including any of the content or information it contains, the following terms and conditions apply.
In using this Site you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
This document is intended as a reference guide to the Superhero Foods resources produced by Foodbank WA. For specific details about how products and images may be deployed and used, see the ‘Definitions’ section which follows the ‘Product Disclaimer & General Use’ section. Careful and thorough review of this document is essential to you and/or your organisation’s compliance with all applicable provisions of your agreement with Foodbank WA.
The information provided is intended to be of general nature only and is not intended to constitute advice. Advice from an appropriate professionally qualified dietitian or health professional should be sought, for specific dietary requirements.
The Superhero Foods characters and concept are owned by Foodbank WA, which are registered trade marks and artistic works protected by copyright. The characters may not be used unless expressly authorised by Foodbank WA. The copyright is owned by Foodbank WA, including copyright of the text and images. You may not adapt, reproduce, print, display, perform, publish or create derivative works without the authorisation of Foodbank WA.
Foodbank WA grants any teacher, teachers’ aide, tutor or lecturer currently employed by, or volunteering at, an Australian educational institution (Educational Users) a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to reproduce the text and images for educational, non-commercial purposes in Australia only. Educational Users must attribute all materials containing Superhero Food information/images to Foodbank WA, by including the following acknowledgement: “Provided courtesy of Foodbank WA”.
Foodbank WA grants any dietitian, nutritionist, health promotion officer, or health professional facilitating a service which is free of charge to the client, a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to reproduce the text and images for educational, non-commercial purposes in Australia only. The health professionals must attribute all materials containing Superhero Food information/images to Foodbank WA, by including the following acknowledgement: “Provided courtesy of Foodbank WA”.
Foodbank WA does not permit the use of the Superhero Foods resources, where a profit is gained by coordinating a service at the expense of a client.
These are common defined terms:
“Everyday Foods” – Inexpensive, nutritious and readily available foods. They transform into their Superhero Food alias. Everyday Foods have special powers if eaten (nutritional benefits) e.g. Athletic Tomato is packed with antioxidants to protect the body. Everyday Foods is the collective name of the characters therefore it requires to be capitalised and written as one word.
“Superhero Foods” – Transformation of the Everyday Foods characters. Superhero Foods have a similar super power (nutritional benefit) e.g. Saucy Lady is seriously full of antioxidants to fight illness. Superhero Foods is the collective name of the characters therefore it requires to be capitalised and written as one word.
“Zombie Foods”– Zombie Foods are sickly, creepy characters that portray foods and drinks that are known as “discretionary or extra foods”. Discretionary foods contain low levels of essential nutrients and are energy dense and if chosen should only be eaten sometimes and in small amounts (National Health and Medical Research Council, 2013).The Zombie foods are high in sugar, salt and fat. There are currently six Zombie Food characters: zombie chips, fizz, energy drink, choc and donut. Zombie Foods is the collective name of the characters therefore it requires to be capitalised and written as one word.
“Body Monsters” – Developed as a secondary theme to the Superhero Food concept, the arch enemies represent the possible long term consequences of unhealthy food choices (Zombie Foods). The arch enemies of the Everyday and Superhero Foods are Illness, Obesity and Decay, also known as Body Monsters; these characters aim to destroy a healthy way of life. Although, the arch villains depict negative health outcomes of poor food choices, the Superhero Foods concept is the primary focus of the overall theme. Body Monsters is the collective name of the characters therefore it requires to be capitalised and written as one word.
Any enquires regarding Superhero Foods please contact Jennifer Tartaglia firstname.lastname@example.org
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Foodbank WA recognises that providing personal information is an act of trust which we take seriously.
We are therefore committed to protecting your personal information in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
Information collected in this way is not capable of personally identifying you. However, if you would prefer us not to collect anonymous cookie information about you at all, you can delete the cookies and reconfigure the cookie preferences on your internet browser. This may prevent you from taking full advantage of the website
We may also hold, use and disclose your personal information in connection with suspected fraud, misconduct and unlawful activity, and as part of a restructure of our business.
Should we obtain health information from you, we will only use it for the express purpose we obtain it for.
Before disclosing personal information we confirm the identity of the person we are disclosing that information to, in order to prevent misuse or unlawful disclosure of the information. We also take measures to ensure the physical security of personal information at our premises.
When records containing personal information are no longer required for our business or by law, we delete the information or permanently de-identify it.
Please keep us informed of any changes to your personal information.
If you wish to request access to or a correction or update of any personal information that Foodbank WA holds about you, please contact us via our feedback email on email@example.com using the subject line “Privacy” or call us on (08) 9258 9277.
The personal information you provide or we otherwise collect in relation to an employment or volunteer opportunities is collected, used and disclosed to assess your application and conduct screening checks (including working with children, health, reference, identity, eligibility to work and criminal records checks). We may exchange your personal information with recruiters, screening check providers, law enforcement agencies, referees and your former employers. Without your personal information, we will not be able to process your application.
If you believe that we have not complied with our obligations relating to your personal information, please contact us as follows:
Call 08 9258 9277 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday
Mail your written complaint to:
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Ph: 08 9258 9277
Fax: 08 9258 5177
Send an email at any time to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line “Privacy”
If you feel we have not properly dealt with a complaint, you may contact the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner at email@example.com or on 1300 363 992 or the Office of the Western Australian Information Commissioner at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (08) 6551 7888.
Last updated: June 2016