Promoting healthy lifestyles

The food and drink industry actively supports, and often leads the way, in promoting healthier lifestyles. By engaging in product development, optimising portion sizes and providing easily accessible nutritional information to consumers, food and drink companies have been delivering meaningful results.

FoodDrinkEurope members play a constructive role by supporting a wide range of initiatives to promote education, including lifestyle modification and physical activity promotion. Much of this work is done in partnership with public authorities, public health professionals and other stakeholders – at the global, national, regional and community level.

Many FoodDrinkEurope members also offer workplace wellness programmes that provide a variety of plans and tools to help employees improve and sustain overall health and wellbeing.

What we’re doing

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WholEUGrain project

GZS - Gospodarska zbornica Slovenije-Slovenia

Kiddy Cook

Cargill-United Kingdom

Employee health programme

Unilever

Health in the workplace

FNLI-The Netherlands

Working towards better oral health

Mars

Responsibly produced, mindfully enjoyed: Treatwell initiative

CAOBISCO

Promotion of healthy lifestyles

CAOBISCO

Support of JOGG

FNLI-The Netherlands

JobfitKMO

FEVIA-Belgium

Expo Milano 2015

FEDERALIMENTARE-Italy

“Bon appétit, Bouge ta santé” / ‘Spring in het rond, eet gezond’

Danone-Belgium

International Call for Well-Being – Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

Mondelēz International

Code of Principles for Diet, Physical Activity and Health

SEVT-Greece

Promotion of water and hydration

EFBW

Health in schools

Mars-Belgium

Platform for diet & physical activity

BLL-Germany

Fund for Food & Health

FEVIA-Belgium

Kellogg’s® Better Days

Kellogg

European gateway to consumer information: responsibledrinking.eu

spiritsEUROPE

Bielice run in Poland

Mars-Poland

Health initiatives

FEDERALIMENTARE-Italy

Cerealis nutrition projects

CEREALIS-Portugal

European beer pledge

THE BREWERS OF EUROPE

“Keep Fit!” programme in Poland

PFPZ-Poland