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This US-based resource identifies best practices for designing taxes on sugary drinks as a strategy to improve public health.
This US-based fact sheet outlines key considerations for schools, including what to look for when soliciting a vendor, best practices to ensure a sound agreement, and ways for parents and other community members to get involved in the process.
These US-based mini-case studies highlight examples of policies to reduce consumption of energy drinks that are enacted by school districts, high-schools, collegiate athletic associations, and a state government.
This US-based fact sheet provides information on how school districts can use their school wellness policies to reduce the consumption of sugary drinks.
This US-based evidence summary reviews the findings from systematic reviews relevant to the impact of taxation or price change of sugar-sweetened beverages on consumption, health and body weight.
These nutrition standards created by the Region of Peel, outline the minimum nutrition criteria for food and beverages sold in settings other than schools. They are used in organizations with supportive food environments to make a healthy choice the easy choice, ultimately reducing chronic conditions and diseases.
This US-based toolkit is intended for anyone that holds meetings and conferences, with four guidance topic areas including: nutrition, physical activity, tobacco-free and sustainability.
This resource provides an overview of the Ontario's School Food and Beverage Policy. This resource is also available in French.

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