144/131 - Potential of monitoring food environments for improving accountability and policy

Organized by: The International Network for Food and Obesity (INFORMAS) (New Zealand)
Track 8: Agriculture, Food Science and Safety
Wednesday 18 October 11.30 - 13.30 h. Room 7 - Retiro C

Chair

Prof. Mary L'Abbé

The University of Toronto. Canada.

Assigned Co-Chair

Dr. Clara Rubinstein

President of ILSI Argentina. PhD in Biological Sciences at the Faculty of Exact Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. Argentina.

See biography


Uses of food environment data for policymaking: overview of best practice case studies

Speaker

Prof. Mary L'Abbé

The University of Toronto. Canada.


Benchmarking composition of food products among countries and companies globally

Speaker

Prof. Bruce Neal

The George Institute for Global Health. Australia.


Benchmarking food advertising on television among countries and companies globally

Speaker

Dr. Bridget Kelly

The University of Wollongong. Australia.


Implementation of the advertising and labelling law in Chile: early results of impact on food reformulation

Speaker

Dr. Rebecca Kanter

The University of Chile. Chile.


Unhealthy food environments in Guatemala and Costa Rica. Are regulations needed?

Speaker

Dr. Manuel Alberto Ramirez-Zea

The Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama. Guatemala.


Discussion