Food Marketing to Children and Youth - Threat or Opportunity?
Report on research, with links to fact sheets on food marketing and labeling to children and youth.
Guidelines for Responsible Food Marketing to Children
Report by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), working with concerned citizens, health professionals,
government officials, and other nonprofit organizations to strengthen national, state, and
local policies and programs to promote healthy...
How Safe Are the Food and Beverages at Your School?
Improper handling of food can have terrible consequences at a school. The authors explain possible risks resulting from improper food handling and provide recommendations for lowering risk, including how to train food-service employees at your school and improve...
Make a Difference at Your School
The National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion provides key strategies to prevent obesity, a major risk factor for health conditions such as diabetes and associated with problems such as poor self-esteem. Links include ways to get...
Pacific Union Nutrition Guidelines for School Lunches
Download these Adventist guidelines for nutritious school meals (or the accompanying set for parents) free, or order a copy on CD from the Pacific Union Conference Office of education. The members of the PUC Curriculum Committee became aware that the state...
School Foods Report Card
A state-by-state evaluation of policies for foods and beverages sold through vending machines, school stores, a la cart and other venues outside of school meals in the USA, published by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI).