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New salt strategy to drive further progress to cut salt

The food network has today published its new salt strategy, which sets out the direction of travel we plan to take to make further progress in reducing salt in the nation’s diet. The approach is purposively designed to take a … Read more → – New salt strategy to drive further progress to cut salt

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A wake up call for food businesses to evolve with the changing times

Susan Jebb

Food network chair Dr Susan Jebb challenges businesses to consider the impact the healthier eating agenda is having and to make a new year’s resolution to commit to the Responsibility Deal. It was interesting to see the new Change4life campaign, … Read more → – A wake up call for food businesses to evolve with the changing times

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Sugar and calories cut in soft drinks

Public Health Minister Anna Soubry announced today that eight new companies have signed up to the calorie reduction pledge, with leading soft drinks brands Lucozade and Ribena, reducing the amount of sugar and calories in some of their products by … Read more → – Sugar and calories cut in soft drinks

Dr Susan Jebb, chair of the food network talks about the good progress on salt reduction

Susan Jebb

I was delighted to see the continuing decline in the average amount of salt we’re eating in England from the 2011 urinary salt survey – down a further 0.5g since the last survey in 2008 to 8.1g a day. It … Read more → – Dr Susan Jebb, chair of the food network talks about the good progress on salt reduction

Dr Susan Jebb, food network chair on building momentum in the calorie reduction marathon

Susan Jebb

I am delighted that we have now announced the first group of companies who will lead the way on calorie reduction.  Importantly, this includes a broad range of businesses from the retailing, manufacturing and out of home sectors.  This collective … Read more → – Dr Susan Jebb, food network chair on building momentum in the calorie reduction marathon

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