The conference also takes place in light of the proposed introduction of a soft drinks industry levy and following the launch by the Committee of Advertising Practice of a consultation on regulating advertising high in fat, salt and sugar foods to children.
Sessions will discuss policy priorities for improving the nutritional content of foods, the challenges of reducing sugar consumption, and latest thinking on preventative measures for addressing the prevalence of obesity during early years.
Keynote speakers at this conference include: Elizabeth Castle, Co-Facilitator, Behavioural Insights Team, Public Health England;Dr Rachel Pryke, Clinical Champion for Nutrition for Health, Royal College of General Practitioners; Chris Askew, Chief Executive, Diabetes UK; Dr Adrienne Cullum, Technical Advisor, Centre for Public Health and Social Care, NICE; Gavin Partington, Director General, British Soft Drinks Association andTim Rycroft, Corporate Affairs Director, Food and Drink Federation.
Areas for discussion include: Improving children's health, sugar consumption, primary care and clinical guidance and commissioning services.
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