Healthier Food Mark
Healthier Food MarkA voluntary UK Government scheme, now disbanded, supported by the Food Standards Agency, which was aimed at encouraging and recognising best practice among public sector organisations buying and serving healthier, more sustainable food.
The pilot scheme for Healthier Food Mark was set up by the Department of Health, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Food Standards Agency, working as part of a cross-Government group with the food industry, public sector organisations and other stakeholders. The Healthier Food Mark was to have three tiers (bronze, silver and gold) and focus on areas with the highest impact in terms of nutrition and sustainability, fully reflect current Government policy and have a strong evidence base.
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