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The Sugar Shocker Education Kit from Alberta provides fun, interactive activities to help children and youth learn about healthy drinks choices.
This infographic describes why front-of-package (FOP) labelling can help Canadians make healthier and more informed food choices, particularly on sugars, sodium and saturated fat.
This report summarizes the progress made by food manufacturers from 2012-2016 to meet voluntary sodium (salt) reduction targets in processed foods in Canada. For most food categories, manufacturers did not do enough to reduce the sodium levels in the foods that they sell to Canadians.
This guide was created as a resource for Manitoba schools wishing to support their students and community through healthy food programming.
This is a guide for program leaders for a cooking program designed to teach basic food preparations skills and to promote healthy eating habits in children aged 8 -12 years. It is ideal for an after school program.
The purpose of the Student Nutrition Program Nutrition Guidelines is to help to model the most healthful breakfast, morning meal, lunch and snack foods for children and youth participating in Ontario Student Nutrition Program. These guidelines are also available in French.
This program manual supports the implementation of the I Love to Cook and Play, healthy eating and physical activity program, for children and youth and is based on all relevant dietary and physical activity guidance, standards and legislation applicable to Ontario.
This evaluation report, from the Healthier Recreation Concession Pilot Project in Blandford –Blenheim, assesses the financial feasibility of introducing and promoting healthier food and beverage sales in recreation facilities and describes the ways that a healthier food environment can be achieved.
This City of Hamilton’s Healthy Food and Beverage Policy aims to support employee and community health by providing food service offerings that: provide a variety of nutritious foods and beverages consistent with the Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide; are prepared with little or no added fat, sugar, salt; are free of industrial processed trans fats; and promote a safe and sustainable food system.
This policy story describes the City of Hamilton’s corporate Healthy Food and Beverage policy and provides a synopsis of the origin of the policy, the policy pilot phase and key lessons learned.

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