Government should do more to promote healthy eating, researchers say


The Dutch government is ignoring opportunities to encourage people to make healthy food choices and could make a start by banning all advertising for food targeting children which does not fit into health eating plans, say researchers at Wageningen and Utrecht universities.

Other options would include cutting or scrapping value added tax on fruit and veg, introducing a tax on sugar or banning fast food restaurants from setting up near schools, the researchers say.

The researchers point out that in 2018, almost 15% of the Dutch population were considered to be obese, compared with just 6% in 1990.

The research into government policy to promote healthy eating was undertaken as part of an EU joint policy evaluation programme. It focused on official strategy relating to the composition of food products, labelling, prizes, marketing and retail.

‘Overweight, obesity and diet-related non-communicable diseases have risen dramatically in the past decennia,

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Health and Wellness Food Market 2021, Share, Growth, Trend, Industry Analysis and Forecast to 2026

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Healthy food key to helping HIV Hepatitis treatment

Reseau Access Network, an agency in Sudbury that provides HIV, hepatitis, health and social services, recently joined a national network, Good Food Organizations.

It will help stock their unique foodbank and secure funding to help people who face food insecurity.

The foodbank helps provide proper nutrition to people living with HIV and hepatitis, something that’s key to helping them through treatment.

“Often people who are receiving treatment for HIV and Hep C get upset stomachs and so having that additional nutrition is very important for treatment,” said Heidi Eisenhauer, manager of programs and services at Reseau Access Network.

Kathy Savage, a client of the food bank, will have to take medication for both HIV and hepatitis for the rest of her life.

“It helps my medication work,” Savage said, of the special diet. “And it helps me build proteins in my body that would otherwise be depleted while

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Food Inclusions Market to Gain Traction by 2026; Growing Demand for Healthy Snacking Globally to Favor Growth, Says Fortune Business Insights(TM)

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Pune, India, Feb. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global food inclusions market size is expected to experience considerable growth during the forecast period. The growing demand for healthy-snacking and the increasing consumption of plant-based edibles will positively impact the growth of the market during the forecast period. Moreover, the constant focus on innovation by food inclusions manufacturing companies is expected to favor market growth between 2019 and 2026. For instance, in January 2021, responding to the consumers’ demand for vegan treats, Pecan Deluxe announced the launch of cookie dough inclusions that are frozen and can be combined with deserts and ice creams.

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