Barriers and facilitators to implementation of menu labelling interventions to support healthy food choices: a mixed methods systematic review protocol.

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obesity 520 public and legislative support as one of the potential environmental strategies for addressing the obesity pandemic. However, issues relating to implementation have been reported in countries where menu labelling
obesity 2453 sensitivity analysis performed.DiscussionGiven the growing consensus that a systemic, sustained portfolio of obesity prevention strategies, delivered at scale, is needed to address the obesity epidemic, greater understanding
obesity 2529 sustained portfolio of obesity prevention strategies, delivered at scale, is needed to address the obesity epidemic, greater understanding of the practical issues relating to implementation of such strategies
obesity 3118 supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.BackgroundThe prevalence of overweight and obesity is increasing worldwide [[1]]. This represents a major public health challenge due to the associated
obesity 3885 of nutrition information on menus at the point of sale.While no single intervention will address the obesity epidemic, menu labelling can form part of a systemic, sustained portfolio of environmental interventions,
obesity 5476 increased consumption of foods prepared outside the home and the associated risks of overweight and obesity [[16]]. Furthermore, demand-side stakeholders (i.e. consumers) now seek more transparency in the nutritional
obesity 7446 reduction in BMI by 0.38 units [[31]]. Despite some mixed findings, there is growing consensus that obesity prevention strategies, such as menu labelling, may only have a small effect on individuals but can drive
obesity 10485 colleagues [[39]] highlight the need for increasing evidence on the benefits of menu labelling for obesity prevention efforts, as well as the need for developing consistent implementation strategies; both of
obesity 11372 implementing menu labelling interventions has been conducted. Given the growing consensus that a portfolio of obesity prevention strategies is needed to address the obesity epidemic, greater understanding of the practical
obesity 11427 Given the growing consensus that a portfolio of obesity prevention strategies is needed to address the obesity epidemic, greater understanding of the practical issues relating to implementation of such strategies

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