Give Up Loving Pop

In partnership with Sefton Council, Food Active have delivered a borough wide Give Up Loving Pop (GULP) Campaign to over 26 schools within Sefton since...

This month sees the launch of the Sefton GULP Campaign. Across Sefton, 24.7% of reception age children are overweight or obese, rising to 35.2% at year...

Tameside Public Health with partners are in the final stage of preparing for a four week GULP challenge across their 15 secondary schools. Following February...

The global popularity and unique power of sport to deliver messages to a broad audience make it an invaluable, if perhaps under-utilised, health promotion tool. Unfortunately, a paradox persists within professional sport wherein sport personalities are championed as the pinnacle of human conditioning and something to aspire to, particularly for young children, and yet the sponsors of athletes and brands that saturate sports stadia and television advertising broadcast an entirely contradictory message.

Food Active are delighted to be published in today's BMJ. Please find the press release below.   Coca-Cola’s Christmas truck tour should be banned, say public health...


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