Healthy-Canteen Displays: A Tactic to Encourage Community Sport Canteens to Provide Healthier Food and Beverage Options
Gina Trakman, Kiera Staley, Adrienne Forsyth, Brooke Devlin, Anne Skiadopoulos, Karen Pearce, Matthew Nicholson, Regina Belski
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH | MDPI | Published : 2021
(1) Background: Community sport settings present a range of conflicting health behaviours, including the tension between being physically active and consuming discretionary foods. Therefore, community sport settings are considered a promising location for health promotion. The aim of this project was to evaluate perceptions, knowledge and the impact (e.g., barriers and outcomes) of a healthy-canteen (cafeteria) display, based on traffic light labeling (TLL), which was set up at an Australian Basketball Association Managers' Convention and Trade Show. (2) Methods: We set up a healthy 'canteen display and surveyed Basketball managers on their perceptions of the display before (Survey 1) and af..View full abstract
The evaluation of the State Sport Program-Healthy Choices initiative was initiated and funded by VicHealth. VicHealth had no involvement in study design, or in the collection, analysis and interpretation of data. The authors have no competing interest to declare.