Guidance

Encouraging healthier ‘out of home’ food provision

This toolkit helps local authorities and businesses to provide and promote healthier options for food eaten away from home.

Documents

Strategies for encouraging healthier 'out of home' food provision: toolkit

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Strategies for encouraging healthier 'out of home' food provision: annexes

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Healthier catering guidance for different types of businesses

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Public Health England (PHE) and its partners have developed this toolkit to support local councils and independent food businesses in helping children and families to choose healthier food. It is part of PHE’s approach to dealing with obesity.

The ‘Healthier catering guidance for different types of businesses’ provides tips for business on how to provide and promote healthier food and drink for children and families and reflects the latest government dietary recommendations for sugars.

Use this toolkit to develop local initiatives on healthy catering along with:

Additional supporting content including infographics can be found in Health matters.

Published 31 March 2017
Last updated 20 September 2019 + show all updates
  1. Changed toolkit to reflect frying temperatures in 'EU Commission Regulation 2017/2158: establishing mitigation measures and benchmark levels for the reduction of the presence of acrylamide in food'.

  2. First published.