Consultation Responses

We respond to all consultations which may have an impact on healthy weight, and those which relate directly to our core aims and 10-point policy call. Our consultation responses try to include a North West response, informed by our network members who have the opportunity to feed in and have their voice heard nationally.
Explore some of our responses to consultations over the past five years below.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care and the Food Standards Authority to review and compare the current front of pack multiple traffic light nutrition system.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care seeking views on proposals to tackle the causes of preventable ill health in England.

A consultation commissioned by DEFRA to gather evidence is to gather inspiration to help us transform our food system as part of the National Food Strategy – the first in 75 years.

A call for evidence by the Health and Social Care Select Committee to assess the Government’s progress in tackle childhood obesity and views on the next steps that the Government should take.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care seeking views on the updates to the GBSF nutrition standards, as part of the Childhood Obesity Plan: Chapter 2.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care to gather views on how the government can reduce children’s exposure to HFSS advertising, as part of the Childhood Obesity Plan: Chapter 2.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care seeking views on restricting volume-based and place-based promotions, as part of the Childhood Obesity Plan: Chapter 2.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care to gather views on the proposed ban on selling energy drinks to children, as part of the Childhood Obesity Plan, Chapter 2.

A consultation from the Department of Health and Social Care seeking views on making places that serve food and drink outside of the home show calorie information (calorie labelling), as part of the Childhood Obesity Plan Chapter 2.

A consultation from the HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs to gather views on how best to design and implement the Soft Drinks Industry Levy, announced earlier in the year by the Chancellor at the time, George Osborne.

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