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Meals on Wheels are for everyone

MEALS ON WHEELS offer gluten free, diabetic and low salt, lactose and sugar free.
MEALS ON WHEELS offer gluten free, diabetic and low salt, lactose and sugar free.

MEALS ON WHEELS would like to introduce their new retail line of meals just for you.

They are nutritionally prepared meals at your fingertips.

Convenient, fast, affordable and portion-controlled meals are great for anyone with a busy schedule who still wants to eat sensible healthy diet.

With individual different needs kept in mind, Meals on Wheels cover gluten free, diabetic and low salt, lactose and sugar. Their extensive menu has over 80 choices so you're bound to find something different for each night of the week no matter who you are. And it all starts from $6 a meal. You can drop in to the Meals on Wheels office at Earl St just behind Coles and take a look for yourself. Alternatively go to www.chmow.org.au check it out for yourself, you will be amazed great choice and the value.

Riding the wave of change

With the new NDIS getting underway in our region, Meals on Wheels has paved the way for People with Disabilities to access meals within the subsidised range, so there is availability for those who need it most.

Extensive choices

Everyone loves a roast, but not every day. That's why Meals on Wheels has such a variety of choices. You can eat around the world in seven days with curries for Monday, Chinese noodles and vegetables, then on to an Italian lasagne and back to old England for some steak and kidney pie on Sunday!

And in the Australian summer heat, nothing beats a fresh crisp salad or a sandwich for something light.

Woolgoolga Meals on Wheels

Whether it's across the bush or just two doors down, for more than 30 years, Woolgoolga Meals on Wheels has delivered more than just a meal. Their volunteers understand the difference a quick chat can make to someone's day.

Woolgoolga Meals on Wheels Pop Up Cafe, every third Wednesday, is growing in popularity. All are welcome to play a game or have a chat. Or if you would like to volunteer, your time and support is always greatly appreciated. To learn more call 66542870.



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