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How to assess a food or drink as occasional
A guide to the FSANZ Nutrient profiling scoring criterion underpinning the new AANA Food & Beverage Advertising Code
From 1 November occasional food or drinks advertising must not target children. How do you assess whether your product is considered occasional or not?
Learn this and more from dietitian Anne-Marie Mackintosh, AFGC. Hosted by AANA’s Marit Andersen:
- What is the FSANZ Nutrition Profiling Score Calculator?
- How do you use it?
- What score is required to be deemed healthy?
- How can an advertiser tackle meals with multiple components?
View a recording of this webinar:
Recorded 25 October 2021
About the speaker
Anne-Marie Mackintosh is a dietitian who has worked in nutrition, food reformulation, food regulation and food supply across a variety of sectors – food industry, non-government, government and clinical. Currently, Anne-Marie is the Policy Manager – Food and Regulation at the Australian Food & Grocery Council. Her role involves working with Members on health and nutrition issues faced by the industry and advocating on their behalf through submissions and stakeholder engagement.
Anne-Marie has previous food policy experience with the NSW Ministry of Health whilst implementing a healthy food and drink policy in healthcare facilities as well as corporate experience as nutritionist for global food companies to strategically drive and deliver the nutrition agenda. She is member of the Federal Government’s Healthy Food Partnership Working Group of Industry Best Practice Portion Guide, a voluntary initiative with the food industry, public health/non-government organisations and academics.