What about foods not in the five food groups?
Healthy oils and spreads
You can add small amounts of healthy oils and spreads to these foods for extra flavour and enjoyment. For example, polyunsaturated or monounsaturated spreads on your bread or toast, olive and canola oils for cooking, plus nut oils and pastes.
Choose from a variety of vegetable and seed oils when you are preparing food. Healthier choices include canola, sunflower, soybean, olive, sesame and peanut oils.
Other types of food – like take-away meals, biscuits, soft drinks and alcohol – can be high in salt, saturated fat and sugar and should be eaten only sometimes (not every day) and in small portions. An example of a small portion would be just a couple of sweet biscuits, not a packet, or a can of soft drink, not a large bottle.