Caterers are committed to providing healthier food
The Agency has been working in partnership with more than 45 major UK caterers to provide healthier choices for their customers when eating out.
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Walk England and the Department of Health have now agreed that the project is to be the Walk4Life project.
The Plunkett Foundation is offering funding support to help community food projects visit each other to learn and share good practice.
One day training events fintroducing food and well-being or professionals working with vulnerable client groups, held in Portsmouth, Ashfird and London
Food Co-ops help people access healthy, affordable food by buying in bulk directly from local producers. A new Toolkit has everything you need to know to set up a Co-op and is available at www.foodcoops.org. For more information see attached document or contact: Sara Osman email@example.com
The SFT is running a series of workshops to upskill cooks, local authorities and schools on how to build upon the marketing of school food. Ttwo are in London (13th May and 24th June) and one in Reading on 19th May.
The National Library for Public Health launches the 2010 Annual Evidence Update on childhood obesity from 19 April 2010, focusing on childhood obesity surveillance and preventative public health interventions.
The 2010 Health and Social Care Awards have now launched. The closing date for all applications is midnight, Friday 18 June 2010. There are six categories this year, based around the four core principles of QIPP (Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention).
Following a public consultation in the summer of 2009, the FSA
has today recommended that food manufacturers reduce saturated fat in foods such as biscuits, cakes, buns, chocolates and added sugar in soft drinks.
The food we eat when we are away from home is increasingly important today, when it is estimated that 1 in every 6 meals is eaten outside the home.
Consumer attitudes towards key food areas have been revealed in the latest quarterly tracker, which has been monitoring important Food Standards Agency issues since 2001.