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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.
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 resource provides an overview of the Ontario's School Food and Beverage Policy. This resource is also available in French.
This US-based issue brief examines the evidence on how food, beverage, restaurant, and entertainment companies have used brand mascots and cartoon media characters to influence children’s diet and health.
This US-based resource identifies best practices for designing taxes on sugary drinks as a strategy to improve public health.
This report describes the findings of a study examining the content appealing to children and young people on websites of top food and drink retail brands in Ireland, marketing techniques on Facebook Pages of food brands that have the highest reach among young teens, and parents’ awareness of digital food marketing to their children.
This guideline provides updated global, evidence-informed recommendations on the intake of free sugars to reduce the risk of non-communicable diseases in adults and children, with a particular focus on the prevention and control of unhealthy weight gain and dental caries.
These guidelines are intended to support community members in educating each other about better food and drink choices to offer in schools, meetings, homes, cultural and recreational events, and in restaurants.

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