Food-based dietary guidelines (FBDGs) provide country-specific guidance on what constitutes a healthy diet.
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"We as communities, parents, governments, food corporations, marketers and global citizens have a collective responsibility to put childre
The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) is an annual report jointly published by the several bodies of the United Nations: Foo
The 44th edition of the UNSCN Nutrition - Food environments: Where people meet the food system - looks at how food environments influence
This is an uplifting evidence-based assessment of what it takes to successfully campaign against corporate power.
This paper assesses how employee nutrition impacts on productivity, absenteeism, and healthcare costs.
This article looks at whether nutrition information on packaging affects online sales.
The amount of food people consume away from home is rising in the U.S.
In this supplement issue of Maternal & Child Nutrition, Helen Keller International (HKI) authors have writte
Sight and Life, DSM, and John Hopkin’s Bloomberg School of Public Health have come together to publish lessons from a four decade partnership.
Results of a day-long meeting between food industry scientists, food, nutrition, and health related scientific societies and various U.S.
This review gives an overview of food-based dietary guidelines by region and date, alongside looking at key messages about certain produce.
Partnership between Ipsos – a social market and research company, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Multinationals have the power to change people’s relationship with food – as this short opinion piece demonstrates.
One-page correspondence in the Lancet looking at the benefit of investing in workplace wellness programmes in India.
Impact of increasing the proportion of healthier foods available on energy purchased in worksite cafeterias: A stepped wedge randomized
Realising the potential of workplaces to prevent and control NCDs: How public policy can encourage businesses and governments to work toget
A worksite intervention in South Africa demonstrates the importance of identifying employees with increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
China has undergone rapid change in recent years which has impacted on the health of its workforce.
Two-page briefing on a research study by the United Nations International Labour Organisation assessing Chile’s national workforce nutrition progra
A one-page overview of the evidence showing the impact of food fortification programmes, as of 2016.
In 2012, Convergence Center for Policy Resolution embarked on an innovative approach to addressing America's obesity epidemic and other nutrition-r
Working paper by the World Resources Institute focuses on three changes to consumption patterns that can ensure a sustainable food system.
Between now and 2050, changes in global population and income levels will have huge implications for the global food system.
Academic article from 2014 looking at effective workforce health promotion strategies.
Each year, the Global Nutrition Report provides a snapshot of the state of malnutrition.
This 2019 Lancet Commission Report looks at systemic causes for the triple problems of obesity, undernutrition, and climate change.
A highly recommended resource on consumer demand from the perspective of public private engagement.
Paper by Sight and Life puts forward a framework for public private engagement in nutrition.
In the U.K.’s Budget 2016 a soft drink industry levy was announced to reduce consumption of sugary soft drinks.
The Food Climate Research Network calls for a more equitable balance of power within the food system.
This report offers great insight into the important role of city-level action in driving food system change.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans set the country’s nutrition policy and help direct over $80 billion federal spending.
Discussion paper by the Food Climate Network addressing the relationship between food and environmental sustainability.
This report from FAO and the Food Climate Research Network looks at national dietary guidelines as a practical intervention to improve nutrition an
In this policy brief, the Global Panel makes the case that healthy diets are a foundation underpinning positive progress towards the Sustainable De
Industry leaders look at how consumer choices are driven by health, wellness, and sustainability.
This up-to-date market analysis focuses only on answering the most important questions that all companies face.
Given that sugary drinks are endemic and that obesity is on the rise, many drinks manufacturers have launched social responsibility campaigns.
The Access to Nutrition Index has produced a 2018 scorecard for Campbell Soup company.
A look into how business models can be reshaped to respond to changing consumer preferences.
Lawrence Haddad, Executive Director at GAIN and winner of the World Food Prize 2018 calls for a revolution in the way we create demand for nutritio
This short report gives an overview of rice fortification literature indexed in PubMed, including examples of successful public private engagement
This document responds to challenges in public private engagement and looks at ways to improve regulation and monitoring.
This book examines food fortification in all its forms.
Micronutrient deficiencies remain a public health challenge globally, especially among developing countries.
In this synopsis - aimed at business leaders, governments and implementing agencies - IFPRI and Nourishing Millions provide recommendations on how
The database includes 40 indicators of the status of 17 micronutrients or micronutrient-related conditions, covering both deficiency and excess.