Assessment of evaluations made to healthy eating policies in Europe: a review within the EATWELL Project.

  title={Assessment of evaluations made to healthy eating policies in Europe: a review within the EATWELL Project.},
  author={Federico J A P{\'e}rez-Cueto and Jessica Aschemann-Witzel and Bhavani Shankar and Jos{\'e} Brambila-Macias and Tino Bech-Larsen and Mario Mazzocchi and Sara Capacci and Anna Saba and Aida Turrini and Barbara Niedzwiedzka and Beata Pi{\'o}recka and Agniezska Kozioł-Kozakowska and Josephine Wills and W. Bruce Traill and Wim Verbeke},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={15 8},
OBJECTIVE To identify and assess healthy eating policies at national level which have been evaluated in terms of their impact on awareness of healthy eating, food consumption, health outcome or cost/benefit. DESIGN Review of policy documents and their evaluations when available. SETTING European Member States. SUBJECTS One hundred and twenty-one policy documents revised, 107 retained. RESULTS Of the 107 selected interventions, twenty-two had been evaluated for their impact on awareness… CONTINUE READING
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