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This Alberta-based toolkit guides you through a step-by-step process to take action on healthy vending in your school, recreation centre, or workplace.
This US-based guide explores different options for municipalities looking to develop a healthy vending policy to improve the food environment for people working for, visiting, and being served by local government agencies.
The purpose of this US-based webinar is to 1) gain an understanding of how beverage policies can increase access to drinking water and decrease consumption of sugar sweetened beverages, 2) identify policies and standards that can be implemented in communities that fullfill PSE (Policy, Systems and Environmental) strategies in water consumption, and 3) provide resources for existing policy/standards for varying PSE initiatives.
In this position paper, Dietitians of Canada recommends that an excise tax of at least 10-20% be applied to sugar-sweetened beverages sold in Canada given the negative impact of these products on the health of the population and the viability of taxation as a means to reduce consumption.
This US-based document provides guidance for program managers, policy makers, and others seeking to identify strategies to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB)consumption.
This UK-based report provides evidence on the future trends of overweight and obesity over the next 20 years, alongside the benefits to society that reducing weight can have on avoiding chronic diseases and costs to the health care system and wider society.
A toolkit used to support the implementation of “The Guidelines for Food and Beverage Sale in BC Schools” (the Guidelines) across the school setting. In Ontario, schools must comply with PPM 150: school food and beverage policy
This infographic describes the prevalence of overweight, obesity and chronic disease in Canada, and provides statistics regarding the role of diet as the #1 risk factor for chronic diseases.
The Alberta Nutrition Guidelines for Children and Youth were developed to help assist in creating an environment which provides and promotes healthy food choices and healthy attitudes about food. Please note that in Ontario, schools must comply with PPM 150: School Food and Beverage Policy.
This US-based webinar provides an overview of how policy, systems and environmental strategies can improve the food landscape in schools. In Ontario, schools must comply with PPM 150: school food and beverage policy.

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