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Do you have any examples of information that should be included in a health policy?


Q. I coordinate a program for a small non-profit and we are trying to create a policy around nutrition. We have had a strong health/wellness focus for years and want to put a few things down on paper. I am looking for examples of policies or what would be most important to include. We are not looking to be as specific as calorie counts, etc.Thanks kindly!Steph


A. You might want to review a few of our documents in the research section of our Produce for Better Health Foundation website.


Scroll down the page to find these and other documents:


2010 National Action Plan to Promote Health Through Increased Fruit and Vegetable Consumption, 2010 Report Card


2010 Gap Analysis, The Fruit & Vegetable Consumption Challenge: How Federal Spending Falls Short of Addressing Public Health Needs


2012 Behavioral Economics and the Psychology of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: A Scientific Review

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