Food Active Annual Report: 2015 / 2016

Food Active Annual Report: 2015 / 2016

This year has been another eventful year for Food Active with significant successes including the welcome announcement from the Chancellor regarding a sugary drinks levy, Blackpool Council adopting the Food Active Local Authority Declaration on Healthy Weight and the delivery of several #GiveUpLovingPop! campaigns across the country.

Click the button below to download the Food Active Annual Report 2015 / 2016 and read more about what we got up to last year.


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