Eat well, stay well: an employers’ guide to healthy eating in the workplace

Event Details

Where

Broadstone, 55 Baker Street, London, W1U 8EW

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When

Start: Tuesday, 11 December @ 8.30am (breakfast & registration from 8am)

End: Tuesday, 11 December @ 10.00am

One of the largest experiments in a real world setting

If you look after the wellbeing of your employees, they will be healthier, happier, more productive and loyal.

IGD has been working in partnership with world-renowned experts from the Behaviour and Health Research Unit at the University of Cambridge, supported by a long list of major food companies, and conducting one of the largest experiments in real world settings to test ways of encouraging people to make healthier food choices, involving 17,000 people.

The results are fascinating and could help you to improve your own workplace health practices around food and nutrition, or reassure you that what you are already doing is evidence-based. You can learn about the research at our next C3 Workplace Health Movement event. It’s coming up soon so grab your place quickly.

 

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About the speaker: Jon Woolven

Jon Woolven, Strategy and Innovation Director at IGD, will be our speaker. Jon is responsible for promoting and nurturing new initiatives and for developing cutting edge insight at IGD, the research and training charity that helps the food and grocery industry to meet the needs of the public. As a current example, Jon is leading on IGD’s Brexit insights, supporting businesses to prepare for when the UK leaves the EU. He also co-created IGD’s Healthy Eating programme, working with a wide variety of organisations to deliver benefits to public health.

Questions or concerns? Please email communications@c3health.org

 


This year C3 is partnering with RAND Europe to curate our series of workplace health seminars. These morning seminars will take place in prestigious venues across London and breakfast will be provided.

RAND Europe is an independent not-for-profit research organisation that helps to improve policy and decision making through research and analysis.