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Declaration Support Pack and Evaluation Report

With the Local Authority Declaration on Healthy Weight being adopted across the North West and beyond, we have commissioned a first evaluation of Blackpool Council’s declaration – one year on. This report gives some insight into the process the declaration

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Department of Health Visit to Food Active

On Monday 19th September 2016 Food Active hosted a visit from Department of Health at Food Active in Liverpool. Interested in finding out what is happening to tackle obesity at a local level, Emma Reed and Sharon Egan from DH

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Facebook used to market junk food to children

Food and drink manufacturers are switching their focus  from traditional to online media to promote unhealthy products to children and young people, an Irish report has found. New research published by the Irish Heart Foundations Who’s feeding the kids online reveals that

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Retailers contributing to obesity crisis

Banning fast food shops near schools “will not be enough” to tackle childhood obesity, according to academics at the University of Hertfordshire; retailers also have a major role to play in encouraging young people to make healthier food choices. Over

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Get ready for Salt Awareness Week 2016

Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) will be holding their 17th National Salt Awareness Week from 29th February – 6th March 2016, when they will be celebrating 20 years since the they first set out to reduce salt in

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That Sugar Film

Food Active is proud to present a special, invitation only, film screening of That Sugar Film for pupils from Merseyside Secondary Schools at 11am on Thursday 22nd October at the Odeon, Liverpool One.

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Burger King faces backlash from Liverpool health campaigners over home delivery service

Burger King has been told it’s “not welcome” to set up a home delivery service in Liverpool by health campaigners. The fast food giant now delivers its menu to homes around eight regions in the UK as part of a trial.

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North West of England SSB Duty Research

SUGARY DRINKS: A DUTY TO PROTECT HEALTH NEW RESEARCH FROM NORTH WEST ENGLAND INDICATES THE HEALTH AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF A DUTY ON SUGARY DRINKS. As the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition today publishes its draft report Carbohydrates on Health

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