Better Health Food Scanner App campaign

The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID)'s new childhood nutrition campaign focuses on using the Food Scanner app to help families make healthier food swaps.
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Campaign overview and background

For all the information you need for this year's campaign make sure you download and watch the webinar recording and Food Scanner App demo video. A full Campaign Communications Toolkit complete with campaign overview, key messages, long and short copy, facts and statistics and activity for Black and Asian communities is also available.

Resources

A full range of digital and printed resources are available to order and download from the Campaign Resource Centre to support the campaign, including posters, a take-home leaflet, a social media toolkit, digital screens and web banners, to help you to promote the campaign in your area. 

Children's Healthier Eating Toolkit

To help you support families to make positive changes to their diet we have created a new Children's Healthier Eating Toolkit with ten fun, easy to run activities. It's aimed at children aged 2-11 years and is perfect for use in children's centres, libraries, leisure centres, breakfast and after school clubs and other similar locations.

 

Schools Offer

There is also a comprehensive schools programme, with new curriculum-linked resources available on the School Zone, our dedicated website for teachers. A ready to use teacher email to promote these resources to schools is available on the Campaign Resource Centre to download and send to teachers and head teachers through your schools networks. 

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