No evidence that physical activity calorie-equivalent (PACE) labelling changes food purchasing in worksite cafeterias
An experiment carried out across ten workplace cafeterias found no significant change in the overall number of calories purchased
People smoke more when smoking from larger pack sizes
The first experimental evidence that people smoke more when smoking from larger pack sizes has been published
Do the size of servings, glasses and bottles influence how much people drink?
People consume more food and non-alcoholic drinks when presented with larger portions or packages, and when using larger items of
Impact of wine bottle and glass sizes on wine consumption at home: a within and between households randomised controlled trial
People drink less in restaurants when wine is served with smaller glasses and less at home from smaller bottles of wine. Would
What is the impact of health warning labels on motivation towards energy-dense snack foods?
Excess consumption of energy is a key driver of increasing rates of obesity, which in itself contributes to a range of
What is the impact of e-cigarette retail displays on attitudes to smoking and e-cigarette use in children?
Tobacco retail displays are banned in many countries, including in the UK. This ban is to address the link between these displays
Changing the assortments of foods and drinks on offer to consumers could make diets leaner and greener
Altering the mix of foods and drinks available in shops, restaurants and bars could help improve diets, reduce inequalities and
Does communicating evidence of multiple compared to single benefits increase public support for policies?
Reducing the amount of high calorie foods, meat and alcohol people consume would improve population and planetary health.
Do different sizes and shapes of tableware impact self-serving of food and alcohol?
Excessive consumption of alcohol and high calorie foods are two significant preventable causes of many diseases. Changing the size
Impact of decreasing the proportion of higher energy foods and reducing portion sizes on food purchased in worksite cafeterias: A stepped-wedge randomised controlled trial
Unhealthy food environments contribute to high and increasing rates of obesity. There is growing evidence that interventions that