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The purpose of this discussion paper is to examine policy options to support healthy food environments within a public and population health context.It focuses on highly relevant policy options for healthier food environments.
This US-based toolkit provides applications, materials publications and referral to training available on the Nutrition Environment Measures Survey (NEMS) which measures community and consumer nutrition environments - including the type and location of food outlets, availability of healthful choices and information, pricing, promotion, and placement of healthier food products.
This UK-based report details a review of the evidence on interventions to help reduce sugar consumption at the population level.
This US-based research report describes a study that examines how health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) may influence parents and which labels are most impactful.
The Ontario Food and Nutrition Strategy was developed by a dedicated group of key actors with the goal of strengthening Ontario’s food systems and improving the health and well-being of Ontarians.
This synthesis report summarizes the findings of the World Resources Report Creating a Sustainable Food Future. It proposes a five-course menu of options that could allow the world to achieve a sustainable food future by meeting growing demands for food, avoiding deforestation, and reforesting or restoring abandoned and unproductive land—and in ways that help stabilize the climate, promote economic development, and reduce poverty.
This report describes the current situation in Ontario with respect to local food use and local food literacy in meal and snack programs targeting young children. It also outlines the challenges, barriers and opportunities to support more local food use and local food literacy in child care and student nutrition programs.
This US-based toolkit provides an overview of the ways in which stakeholders can advocate for and implement local food procurement policies in a manner that ensures the equitable improvement of local and regional food systems.
This resource provides tips on how to keep safe and healthy while enjoying the benefits of a school garden.
This position paper from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics provides recommended benchmarks for early care and education programs to meet children’s nutrition needs and promote children’s optimal growth in safe and healthy environments. (Please note that this is an American resource. In Canada, nutrition standards should be based on Canada’s Food Guide.)

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