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The Public Health Responsibility Deal

Restaurant Menus – Calorie Information & G.D.I. Analysis

CLICK HERE to find out more about the Public Health Responsibility Deal

In 2009, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) launched a programme to develop a calorie labelling scheme for the catering industry. In September 2011 the initiative to encourage catering organizations to display nutritional information gained further momentum,culminating in the Government introducing a Public Health Responsibility Deal

A key Responsibility Deal initiative is the introduction of calorie counts in high street food outlets. People will now be able to see calories on menus and menu boards and be in a better position to consider healthier choices.

Additional pledges include reformulating recipes to provide lower fat, salt, artificial Trans Fatty Acids and calorie content of meals. A new collective pledge on calorie reduction was announced on 24th March 2012 with some of the world’s biggest food and drink manufacturers and best known brands making commitments to cut and cap calories. More than three-quarters of the retail market has signed up. For more information CLICK HERE

See who has signed upOrganisations

Below are examples of the type of nutritional information that well known companies, that have already signed up to the Government’s Public Health Responsibility Deal pledge, are now making available to their customers.  Please note that these are not the work of Menu Matters, merely a representation of the services that we offer. Please click on the images below to enlarge them.

If your business wants to sign up to the Public Health Responsibility Deal pledge and needs a dedicated company to analyse your meals and menus and provide you with an easy to read guide for your customers, then contact Menu Matters today:

Email: Tel: 07951 440 253

or Tel: 07423 053 105