This is the Public Health Responsibility Deal’s website where you will find all the latest news about the Deal and all you need to know about how to sign up.
The Campden BRI report was discussed at the Responsibility Deal Alcohol Network meeting on 5 November and is available with the meeting papers. The report is also attached here for convenience. In March 2011 ninety-two companies made a commitment through … – Campden BRI report on Responsibility Deal alcohol labelling pledge
Members of the Responsibility Deal Alcohol network met on 5 November. The purpose of the meeting was to enable members to explore the successes of the Network and the reasons for them, and how these might best be built upon … – Alcohol Network Stocktake event
Members of the Responsibility Deal Physical Activity network met on 28th October. The purpose of the meeting was to enable members to explore the successes of the Network and the reasons for them, and how these might best be built … – Physical Activity Network Stocktake event
Following the health at work stocktake meeting last week, we will be publishing some new case studies showcasing what our national partners are doing to deliver on their health at work pledges. We have published two new case studies today. … – New Health at Work Case Studies published
Members of the Responsibility Deal Health at Work network met on 21st October. Thank you to our partner Lend Lease for hosting the event which was chaired by Dame Carol Black, Chair of the Health at Work network. The purpose … – Health at Work Stocktake event
Welcome to the latest of my updates, I hope you have had an enjoyable summer and managed to have a break. The next network meeting takes place on 21 October and will be your opportunity to influence the future direction … – Health at Work Update – from Dame Carol Black – October 2014
Starbucks have today become the first Coffee Shop to sign up to the Responsibility Deal’s Calorie Reduction pledge. We welcome their commitment to support and enable their customers to eat and drink fewer calories.
Updated: September 2014 The Food Network Team has produced a Calorie Reduction Pledge Development Tool to support current and future partners to the calorie reduction pledge. The tool identifies the elements that constitute a good pledge and presents commitments made … – Calorie Reduction Development Tool
More than 30 major companies have signed up to an ambitious new Government commitment to reduce salt levels in their products. The companies, including Tesco, Morrison’s, Sainsbury’s, Marks and Spencer’s, Waitrose, Aldi, Premier Foods, Dine Contract Catering and Jamie’s Italian, … – Major Companies sign ambitious pledge to reduce salt levels
Food Network Chair Professor Susan Jebb blogs about the latest pledges on salt: Following publication of the two new salt reduction pledges in March (F9. Salt Reduction 2017 and F10. Out of Home maximum per serving salt targets) , I … – Another important step forward for salt reduction in England