On August 25 ATNI participated in GAIN and CII consultations on Business models for securing nutritional outcomes in Delhi, India.
“Unicef UK and Save the Children welcome the Access to Nutrition Index report on the marketing of breast-milk substitutes, which puts much needed figures and hard data onto the global situation around the marketing of breastmilk substitutes, an industry worth $50bn in 2014 alone.“ C
Today the 2016 Global Access to Nutrition Index is launched. The Global Access to Nutrition Index ranks 22 largest food and beverage companies on contributions to tackling obesity and undernutrition; Unilever leads the 2016 ranking. World’s largest food
“Good quality data support accountability, and accountability is the glue that connects commitment to action and to impact” – Lawrence Haddad
In addition to ATNF's in-person consultations and webinars, an on-line consultation tool has been developed. This tool should give all our stakeholders worldwide the chance to share their views on the methodology of the Access to Nutrition Index 2015.
The Access to Nutrition Index rates food and beverage manufacturers´ nutrition-related policies, practices and disclosures worldwide on a recurring basis.
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