Position Statements: Energy Drinks and Healthier Vending

Position Statements: Energy Drinks and Healthier Vending

Food Active has published two new position statements; Energy Drinks and Healthier Vending

The position statements aim to frame the issue, both at a national and North West perspective, provide a brief review of the evidence, initiatives or regulations currently in place to tackle the issue and our position/action on the matter. Follow the buttons below to access the two latest Food Active position statements;

Position Statement: Energy Drinks Position Statement: Healthier Vending

 

We have a number of position statements available to view and download, including:

  • Health harms of high street giveaways
  • Food as a safeguarding issue
  • Healthy weight in the early years
  • Healthy weight in pregnancy
  • Healthy weight in preconception
  • Sugar sweetened beverages
  • Junk food marketing to children
  • Childhood obesity

You can access these at the following link: http://www.foodactive.org.uk/category/position-statement/


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