144/1030 - Promotion and consumption of commercially-produced snacks during the complementary feeding period: Country experiences, policy implications

Organized by: Helen Keller International, ARCH Project
Track 2: Nutrition Through Life Course
Sunday 15 October 14.00 - 16.00 h. Room 5 - La Pampa

Chairs

Dr. Victoria Quinn

Senior Vice President of Programs. Helen Keller International. USA.


Elizabeth Zehner

Director. ARCH Project. Helen Keller International. USA.


Snacks and nutrition during the complementary feeding period: a cross-sectional study among children 12-23 months of age in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal

Speaker

Dr. Alissa Pries

Helen Keller International (HKI). USA.


Consumption and Promotion of commercially produced snack foods and sugar-sweetened beverages during the complementary feeding period in four African and Asian urban contexts.

Speaker

Elizabeth Zehner

Director. ARCH Project. Helen Keller International. USA.


Assessment of Promotion and Use of Commercial Snack Foods in Bandung City, Indonesia

Speaker

Dian Hadihardjono

Nutrition Program Manager. Helen Keller International. Indonesia.


Restricting marketing of commercially-produced snack foods and sugar-sweetened beverages to young children: the experience of Chile

Speaker

Dr. Anna Christina Pinheiro Fernandes

Technical Adviser, Nutritionist. Department of Nutrition and Food, Public Policy Division. Ministry of Health. Santiago de Chile. Chile.


Front-of-package labelling; how it can be used to protect child nutrition

Speaker

Dr. Chessa Lutter

RTI International and University of Maryland School of Public Health. Washington DC. USA.


Commentary

Chair

Dr. Ellen Piwoz

Senior Program Officer, in the Nutrition Division of Global Development Program of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Seattle, USA.