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Welcome to Food Bytes

FoodBytes is a nutrition marketing consultancy directed by Teri Lichtenstein, an accredited practising dietitian (APD),  sports dietitian and accredited nutritionist with over 20 years experience in nutrition communications within the food and healthcare industries.

You can read more about Teri’s experience on LinkedIn.

FoodBytes has worked with a range of clients

An excellent strategy is only as successful as the people who drive it, so we always align your external efforts with your internal conditions.


We have a deep understanding of the the diverse factors that influence nutrition and health, as well as insights into the best way to communicate with a variety of healthcare professionals.


All our services evolve around credible nutrition communications that will achieve engagement with your audience and resonate to achieve an impact.


On Tuesday 21st June, together with @straight_to_the_source and @bitecommunications , I will be sharing the amazing nutrition and health benefits of onions, a true humble hero with so much goodness. We will be showcasing this versatile veg to industry professionals at @mitolofamilyfarms on behalf of @hortinnovation_au and @aussieonions . If you are interested in attending virtually from anywhere in the world, be sure to join the Instagram Live at 12.30pm AEST. ...

Lately there has been a lot of sensationalist media headlines demonising processed food, as well as conflicting advice around which processed foods should be avoided. The reality is that food processing is a broad spectrum and if we had to avoid all processed food, we wouldn’t be able to purchase about 90% of products sold in the supermarket. I have written an article about this, which will hopefully lead to more constructive conversations around food processing, and ultimately create food that is nutritious and sustainable for as many people as possible. Link to the article in bio above. ...

Terms such as “processed foods” and “natural foods” continue to dominate media headlines and nutrition discussions. Yet simply advising consumers to avoid processed foods is not the panacea to solving nutrition-related health issues. Two weeks ago I was part of a panel discussion at the Alternative Proteins conference hosted by @foodfrontierorg . We discussed many topics (including the need to disassociate nutrition and processing) which have been summed up very well in this article by @future_alternative (link in bio) ...

Inflation and flood have caused fruit and veg prices to sky rocket recently. I was therefore stoked to pick up this huge odd bunch bag of perfectly good yellow and red capsicums for less than $8 at @woolworths_au . Not only are these red and yellow beauties perfectly good to eat, but it sure beats paying over $3 for a single capsicum and helps to ensure fresh produce is not wasted. #winnerwinnercapsicumfordinner ...

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