Foods must keep us healthy and prevent the double burden of malnutrition.
It should prevent diseases, not cause them. So let’s find new ways in which food can serve us well.
Collaborations with national nutrition initiatives worldwide
Percentage of the world population that will suffer from double burden of malnutrition in 2025
Percentage of food products that Australia aims at having Health Star Rating in 2025
The Choices International Foundation wants to improve people’s daily diet. This is not an easy job. We are, therefore, working together with health authorities, scientists, food companies and independent organizations, worldwide. Read more.
Our criteria differentiate between more and less healthy products. They are based on scientific consensus and are developed and regularly updated by a global team of leading independent scientists in the fields of nutrition, food science and consumer behavior Read more.
The daily diet of billions of people is out of balance: too many calories, sugar and salt, and not enough vitamins and dietary fiber. This is called the double burden of malnutrition. Our mission is to fight this double burden by increasing the availability of healthy food products in the countries where we operate. Read more.
To start a national programme is the smartest thing you can do to contribute to a healthier population in your country. Choices can help you in different ways. Get in touch with our international secretariat to know more.
If your organization or food company is not a Choices partner yet, you are missing out on several advantages of our partnership opportunities. Book a meeting with our International Programme Coordinator to discuss how to join.
Are you a scientist with a passion for public health and nutrition? Sign up to our regional scientific communities; start to network with many other scientists active in the fight against malnutrition in all its forms.
Recommended use of our Multi-level criteria
Choices is developing multi-level criteria Recently the Board of Choices agreed on the terms of reference and intended application of these multi-level criteria… ...