Events Children's Food Campaign

Our children, our future: A parents’ manifesto for healthy children’s food

Webinar Thursday 25 April 2024 10:00 11:30

Join our webinar to hear findings from research with over 2000 parents from across the UK and engage in an interactive discussion on parents’ top priorities for the future government.

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Credit: Sustain

The voices of parents and carers are crucial to policy making on the future of children’s health and the food they eat. In this webinar, we are proud to present Our children, our future: A parents’ manifesto for healthy children’s food. This manifesto has been co-created with our Children's Food Campaign ambassadors using insights from our polling of over 2000 UK parents. It is a call to the government for a series of policies to make healthy children's food more accessible and affordable. Through this webinar you will have a chance to hear in-depth research findings, and discuss parents’ priorities for the next government including  school food, the affordability of healthy food and drinks, and the marketing and labelling of unhealthy products.

Keep an eye out for our announcement of our fantastic line up of expert contributors.

 

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Published Thursday 25 April 2024

Children's Food Campaign: Better food and food teaching for children in schools, and protection of children from junk food marketing are the aims of Sustain's high-profile Children's Food Campaign. We also want clear food labelling that can be understood by everyone, including children.

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