Homart Launches No Added Sugar Gummy Under New WHO Guideline
The World Health Organisation new guideline shows added sugars should make up no more than 5% of an adult and child daily energy intake, or 6 teaspoons per day, for the biggest health benefit. The WHO report indicates that those types of sugars are simple sugars (glucose), table sugars (white sugar) and natural sugar (honey, concentrated juice), excepting sugars from fresh juice and milk. Read More
Australian-Chinese Horse Racing Festival and Chinese Agricultural Innovation Forum held in Sydney
Inaugural Australian-Chinese Horse Racing Festival and Chinese Agricultural Innovation Forum was held in Royal Randwick on 16th January 2016. The event was co-organised by the Australian Jockey Club and the Australia China Business Council. Honourable guests included Mr Philip Ruddock MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Mr Warren Truss MP, and Mr Andrew Robb MP. Read More
Homart Group Launches Large Outdoor Billboard in Sydney International Airport
Established since 1992, the Homart Group has won many outstanding awards in the past 24 years. Homart was proud to be the only health food supplier in the 2010 Shanghai Expo and has proudly won 16 Australian and International awards within the last 6 years. Homart has grown steadily and rapidly, launching many new popular products and exporting to Europe, America, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region. Read More
Homart Group Congratulates Jackie Chan on his ICCF Award Winning Documentary
A new documentary on Jackie Chan, sponsored by Homart Group, titled 「Dragon Footprints」, has won the Best Documentary Award for charity mission at the 7th International Chinese Film Festival (ICFF) in Sydney.
The Award was presented by The Hon Geoff Lee, MP at the ICFF opening ceremony. More than 500 guests, including prominent leaders from the film and entertainment industry, attended the event.
The documentary focuses on Chans life story, as well as his dreams and passion for overcoming challenges on the road to success. Read More
Glucosamine and Chondroitin, extracted from marine crustaceans, are the most important nutrients in forming cartilage cells. When Glucosamine and Chondroitin intake is insufficient in our body, the cartilage will experience tear and wear, fracture and degeneration. Without the protection from healthy cartilage, joints will be susceptible to swelling, stiffness, painful inflammation and other phenomena, which lead to arthritis. Read More