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Eat Out, Eat Well – Surrey County Council Trading Standards Service

What action have you taken? We have developed The Eat Out Eat Well Award to reward caterers throughout Surrey who make it easier for their customers to make healthy choices when eating out.   It has three levels – Bronze, Silver, … Read more → – Eat Out, Eat Well – Surrey County Council Trading Standards Service

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SUBWAY® brand signed up to all the food pledges

SUBWAY® brand is proud of its nutritional leadership and commitment to healthier options. Our health positioning is confirmed by our ability to sign up to all four of the Government’s Public Health Responsibility Deal Pledges; to reduce salt, to eliminate … Read more → – SUBWAY® brand signed up to all the food pledges

Mars take action on the calorie reduction pledge

Mars is committed to producing quality products for our consumers and have been at the forefront of  saturated fat reduction, GDA labelling, responsible marketing, product choice and encouraging healthy active lifestyles. We have already made significant progress  in reducing calorie … Read more → – Mars take action on the calorie reduction pledge

Morrisons launches healthy range

Launching nationwide in summer 2012, NuMe offers a wide range of healthier products across all meal and snacking occasions. It supports the calorie reduction pledge and has been developed in response to our customers, who told us they wanted healthier … Read more → – Morrisons launches healthy range

Coca-Cola Great Britian’s calorie reduction pledge

Coca-Cola Great Britain is a signatory of the calorie reduction pledge and has committed to reduce calories and increase promotion of their no calorie, zero sugar colas.

Harvester and out of home calorie labelling

Harvester’s decision to become a partner in the Out of Home Calorie Labelling pledge and put calories on the menu was based on giving our customers a sense of increased flexibility and choice, as well as increasing transparency and putting … Read more → – Harvester and out of home calorie labelling