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Publication - Consultation Paper

A healthier future - action and ambitions on diet, activity, and healthy weight: consultation

Published: 26 Oct 2017
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781788513517

An open consultation on the proposals for improving diet and weight in Scotland. Responses will be used to inform the development of the final strategy.

37 page PDF

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37 page PDF

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Contents
A healthier future - action and ambitions on diet, activity, and healthy weight: consultation
Annex C – Summary of Consultation Questions

37 page PDF

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Annex C – Summary of Consultation Questions

Question 1

Are there any other types of price promotion that should be considered in addition to those listed above?

Please explain your answer.

Question 2

How do we most efficiently and effectively define the types of food and drink that we will target with these measures?

Please explain your answer.

Question 3

To what extent do you agree with the actions we propose on non-broadcast advertising of products high in fat, salt and sugar?

  • Strongly agree
  • Agree
  • Neutral
  • Disagree
  • Strongly disagree

Please explain your answer.

Question 4

Do you think any further or different action is required for the out of home sector?

Yes / No / Don't know

Please explain your answer.

Question 5

Do you think current labelling arrangements could be strengthened?

Yes / No / Don't know

Please explain your answer.

Question 6

What specific support do Scottish food and drink SMEs need most to reformulate and innovate to make their products healthier?

Question 7

Do you think any further or different action is required to support a healthy weight from birth to adulthood?

Yes / No / Don't know

Please explain your answer.

Question 8

How do you think a supported weight management service should be implemented for people with, or at risk of developing, Type 2 Diabetes – in particular the referral route to treatment?

Question 9

Do you think any further or different action on healthy living interventions is required?

Yes / No / Don't know

Please explain your answer.

Question 10

How can our work to encourage physical activity contribute most effectively to tackling obesity?

Question 11

What do you think about the action we propose for making obesity a priority for everyone?

Question 12

How can we build a whole nation movement?

Question 13

What further steps, if any, should be taken to monitor change?

Question 14

Do you have any other comments about any of the issues raised in this consultation?


Contact

Suzanne Connolly DietPolicy@gov.scot