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Memo: How two cities are successfully enforcing kids’ meal ordinances
Voices for Healthy Kids and Center for Science in the Public Interest have release a new memo that provides information on how two California cities are successfully enforcing kids’ meal ordinances at little cost, but great benefit, to the public as a model for other localities.
Download the memorandum here.
Graphic Fact Sheet – Fast-Food and Full-Service Restaurants vs. Eating at Home
On a typical day, 33 percent of children eat foods or beverages from fast-food restaurants and 12 percent from full-service restaurants. With frequent consumption of restaurant meals associated with risk factors for chronic health conditions, it is crucial to improve the healthfulness of offerings on restaurant kids’ menus in order to improve their health.
Download the graphic fact sheet here.
Nutrition Guidelines for Prepared Foods – Healthy Food Options in Public Places
Increasing access to healthier foods and beverages in public places is a fast-growing movement across the country. This resource provides comparisons of nutrition-based and food-based standards for prepared foods sold or served at catered meetings and events, cafeterias and cafes, concession stands, university campuses, and other public and private food service settings.
Download the guidelines for prepared foods here.