Food, Drink & Agriculture
Eating well is at the heart of well-being. But today’s food and drink environments are not conducive to either people’s or the planet’s good health. This EPHA campaign advocates for policies that advance a sustainable food system transformation.
In particular, it works to free Europe’s youth from alcohol and unhealthy food marketing, enable sustainable healthy diets for all, and reinvent the EU’s common agricultural policy.
CAP for Health
The F2F Strategy needs an Action Plan for the creation of healthy and sustainable food environments, to deliver positive and transformative food systems chance.read more
EPHA’s response to the consultation for the Roadmap on Europe’s Beating Cancer Planread more
Joint letter calls for binding targets and measures to reduce industrial animal production, support better animal farming, and create enabling food environments for the uptake of more healthy, plant-rich diets.read more
Analysis & Opinion
Public food procurement can leverage a sustainable food systems transition – here is how.read more
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Reinventing the food system
3 April 2019
A new policy agenda to tackle the global syndemic of obesity, undernutrition and climate change.
Leveraging Healthy and Sustainable Diets Through Agricultural Policy Reform
12 June 2018
Make health your business
7 September 2017
AVMSD: what about our kids?
1 December 2016
Do you have a question?
Meet our Food, Drink and Agriculture Policy Lead and Scientific Advisors.
+32 2 233 3876
Dr. Aileen Robertson
EPHA Scientific Advisor on Nutrition Policy
Public Health Nutritionist, University College Copenhagen
Prof. Nick Sheron MD, FRCP
EPHA Scientific Advisor on Alcohol Policy
Professor and Head of Clinical Hepatology within Medicine at the University of Southampton, Southampton General Hospital,
Prof. John Britton
EPHA Scientific Advisor on Tobacco Policy
Professor of Epidemiology; Director, UK Centre for Tobacco & Alcohol Studies, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences