92.5 Triple M hosts its own tuckshop at schools across the Gold Coast


As many as one in five kids in Australia starts their school day without breakfast, and 92.5 Triple M’s Flan, Ali and Spida reckon that’s just not good enough.

Triple M Breakfast’s Ali Plath says “Spida, Flan and I are all parents, and we know first hand how important breakfast is for kids. Without brekkie, kids find it harder to concentrate, socialise, learn and play. Brekkie is by far the most important meal of the day for our growing kids, and these statistics are concerning and really sad.”

“We know how much pressure families are under, so we’d like to acknowledge that and help out.”

“We are creating our own Tuckshop and once a week for four weeks we will be hosting breakfast at a local Gold Coast school.”

“We are teaming up with Harris Farm Markets from the Isle of Capri to make brekkie even better, healthier and super fresh!”

The Gold Coast Breakfast team will take its Triple M Tuckshop to one school for a day each week, and will broadcast the show live.

The first Triple M Tuckshop was this week at Pimpama State Primary School, with the next three locations to be announced later this week.

Schools, parents, students and teachers can register now to have Flan, Ali and Spida’s Tuckshop come to their school – at triplem.com.au

The family owned and operated Harris Farm Markets jumped at the chance to promote the healthy brekkie message. The Isle of Capri is home to more than 500 lines of fruit and veg, more than 400 cheeses, a butcher and fish market, bakery, pour your own milk stations, BioSota Honey on tap, make-your-own nut butters and more.


  •      Tuckshop 1: Wednesday 26th October – Pimpama State Primary School
  •      Tuckshop 2: Wednesday 2nd November
  •      Tuckshop 3: Wednesday 9th November
  •      Tuckshop 4: Wednesday 16th November

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James Macaulay
27 Oct 2022 - 9:06 am

Tanya and Steve at TripleM Newcastle have been doing this for years.


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