Improving the nutritional quality of foods and beverages in public places is a low-cost, multi-sector intervention that can help to change social norms, contribute to a healthier food system, and support environmentally sustainable, ethical, and equitable production methods. Different entities might refer to healthier food options for public places different ways, including procurement or food service guidelines. While the terms generally refer to the same types of policies, some message research has indicated that healthier food options for public places resonates best with the public.

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