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MyNutriWeb - The National Food Strategy: From What to How

Join our Campaign on a special edition roundtable with other leading experts to dive into the detail of the recent Government commissioned National Food Strategy. What will our food intake look like in 2032 if we followed all the recommendations? and will it deliver on nutrition and health?

Listen in on 15th September 12-1.30, or catch up at a more convenient time after. Registration is free, and the event is CPD certified.

 

 

Action on Salt supports Food Matters Live 2021 

This year Action on Salt are once again supporting Food Matters Live, inspiring and connecting the global food, drink and nutrition community via a wealth of new opportunities.

The global food, drink and nutrition community is coming together digitally on 16-17 November to benefit from everything that Food Matters Live 2021 has to offer. Food Matters Live continues to be an ever-growing global community of people working in sustainable food innovation, nutrition, and health. Running three times a year, Food Matters Live events provide information and insights through an unrivalled education programme, combined with a unique platform to connect international ingredient innovators with innovation teams from across the UK.  Find out how to get involved and join us, at www.foodmatterslive.com.

Join the Food Matters digital community:

Twitter: @FoodMattersLive

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/food-matters-live

 

MyNutriWeb - Reducing Blood Pressure, An Effective Approach

Our CPD certified webinar on blood pressure is still available to view on MyNutriWeb

Campaign Manager Sonia Pombo shares the latest statistics on high blood pressure and its impact on health, as well as the best way to help lower blood pressure with diet and lifestyle approaches. 

 

 

 

Previous Events

 

World Action on Salt, Sugar and Health and LINKS - Webinar 11th March 2021 1pm

To mark Salt Awareness Week, WASSH and LINKS are hosting a webinar to highlight successful salt reduction programmes around the world. Join us to hear from:

  • Professor Abdelfettah Derouiche, Head of the Human Nutrition Research Unit at the Hassan IIUniversity of Casablanca in Morocco, coordinates global action for salt and health in Morocco,as a member of WASSH.
  • Professor Suzana Shahar, currently Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at UniversityKebangsaan Malaysia, is involved in the National Strategy to Reduce Salt Intake which hassuccessfully brought together the Ministry of Health, researchers, and the food industry indeveloping national strategies for reformulation.
  • Dr. Nalika Gunawardena, the National Professional Officer for non-communicable diseases andhealth systems at the World Health Organization Country Office Sri Lanka, is a recipient of aLINKS grant for sodium reduction in Sri Lanka.
  • Dr Hamdan Mohamad, a qualified dietitian working with Ministry of Health Malaysia, is part ofthe team of researchers from WHO Malaysia, MoH Malaysia, and the George Institute whoreceived a LINKS grant for sodium reduction in Malaysia.

Register here

 

Action on Salt supports the Food Matters Live 2021 

 

This year Action on Salt are once again supporting Food Matters Live, inspiring and connecting the global food, drink and nutrition community via a wealth of new opportunities.

Food Matters Live aims to deliver a rolling programme of rich insights tackling everything from sustainable food systems to the future of sustainable nutrition and global retail trends, combined with innovative NPD solutions, 1-2-1- networking opportunities and interactive tastings.

This year there will be 3 events:

9 & 10 March - Catch our team delivering a host of talks!

  • Mhairi Brown, Policy and Public Affairs Manager on Tuesday 3.30pm as part of a panel discussing if 'advertising bans on HFSS products succeed in reducing obesity'
  • Campaign Director, Katharine Jenner, on Wednesday 12pm discussing 'Supporting behaviour change across socio-economic groups'
  • Roberta Alessandrini, Researcher in Public Health Nutrition, Queen Mary University of London on Wednesday 2pm discussing 'The potential impact of fat reduction in manufactured and out-of-home food on obesity in the UK: results from a modelling study'

29 & 30 June

16 & 17 November

For more information about the event and details on how to register, please visit the Food Matters Live website.

 

Join the Food Matters digital community:

Twitter: @FoodMattersLive

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/food-matters-live

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