Food Service Guidelines: Supporting Healthy Worksites Toolkit

OPCE developed a document with practical guidance and resources to use when developing, adopting, implementing, and evaluating food service guidelines. These guidelines are intended to help CHSC coordinators consider the range of settings where they can influence healthy food options, and to showcase useful resources and tools. Champions within an organization can also use these guidelines to improve their worksite nutritional environments.

Food/Beverage Procurement Food/Beverage Standards Healthy Food Environment Worksite Wellness

NYSDOH Healthy Workplace Food Initiative (Publication #1625)

The worksites toolkit can be download from the NYS DOH website at the link included. Hard copies of the toolkit packets can also be ordered, free of charge, from the NYS Distribution Center. Toolkits are intended for use by CHSC grantees and their subcontractors and can be provided to worksites, organizations, hospitals etc. in support of your work to establish standards for foods purchased and/or served. To place an order with the NYS Distribution Center, please follow the instructions below:
Send an email to: b0019w@health.ny.gov
Include:
– Publication number (see above for publication number)
– Quantity requesting
– Mailing address (Note: Publications cannot be mailed to a PO Box)

Food/Beverage Procurement Food/Beverage Standards Worksite Wellness

NYSDOH Healthy Hospital Food Initiative (Publication #1624)

The hospitals toolkit can be download from the NYS DOH website at the link included. Hard copies of the toolkit packets can also be ordered, free of charge, from the NYS Distribution Center. Toolkits are intended for use by CHSC grantees and their subcontractors and can be provided to worksites, organizations, hospitals etc. in support of your work to establish standards for foods purchased and/or served. To place an order with the NYS Distribution Center, please follow the instructions below:
Send an email to: b0019w@health.ny.gov
Include:
– Publication number (see above for publication number)
– Quantity requesting
– Mailing address (Note: Publications cannot be mailed to a PO Box)

Food/Beverage Procurement Food/Beverage Standards Worksite Wellness

Sodium Reduction Toolkit

The National Network of Public Health Institutes, Health Resources in Action, and CDC developed a new resource, “Partnering with Food Service to Reduce Sodium: A Toolkit for Public Health Practitioners.” This toolkit provides public health practitioners with a list of strategies, tools, and resources to build new and/or enhance existing partnerships with food service providers interested in reducing sodium in foods prepared, served, and sold.

Food/Beverage Procurement Worksite Wellness

An Intervention to Increase Availability of Healthy Foods and Beverages in New York City Hospitals: The Healthy Hospital Food Initiative, 2010-2014

This journal article was published by CDC in Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy. The article is a report on an intervention in New York City hospitals to improve nutrition in all venues where food is served. The article can be accessed at the following link or on the CDC’s website.

Healthy Hospitals NYC

Food/Beverage Procurement Food/Beverage Standards Vending Worksite Wellness

Healthy School Food Policies: A Checklist

With the help of health and community activists, legislators, parents, and school officials, the Urban and Environmental Policy Institute developed this extensive checklist in June 2005. The checklist covers the school environment, quality, and educational opportunities regarding food, using reliable sources, for school administrators to replicate within their own organizations.

Food Marketing in Schools Food/Beverage Procurement Food/Beverage Standards School Nutrition School Wellness Policy

DASH (Designing a Strong and Healthy Network) New York’s Chronic Disease Prevention Coalition and Policy Center

DASH-NY is Designing a Strong and Healthy New York and encouraging all New Yorkers to make healthy choices by engaging multiple sectors in creating policy, systems, and environmental changes to prevent chronic disease and promote well-being.

Active transportation Community Engagement Community Healthy Food Access Complete Streets Food/Beverage Procurement Healthy Food Environment Physical Education School Nutrition

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