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SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGES: PUBLIC HEALTH CAMPA Activity Organization Name Campaign Name Albany County Department of Soda Facts/Soda’s Hidden Hazards Health (NY) Alberta Health Services, Re-Think Your Drink Alberta, Canada Alberta Health Services, Sugar Shocker Alberta, Canada Alliance for a Healthier Less sugar for better health Vermont Bay Area Nutrition and Physical Sugar Savvy Activity Collaborative Be The Catalyst (MN) Bar Graph of Obesity/Sweet Demise/Liquid Lies Boston Public Health Healthy Beverages, FatSmack, Sugar Commission Smarts Boston Public Health Healthy Beverages in Hospitals Commission British Columbia Pediatric Sip Smart! BC Society California Center for Public Kick the Can Health Advocacy California Endowment Soda Sucks California Project LEAN and Rethink Your Drink partners Chippewa County, WI Pouring on the Pounds Department of Public Health Choose Health LA! Sugar-Loaded Drinks Cook County Department of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Public Health (IL) Hawaii Don’t Drink Yourself Fat Kansas Department of Health Refresh Kansas Social Marketing and and Environment Media Campaigns Minnesota Dental Association Sip All Day, Get Decay! Missouri Dental Association Stop the Pop Multnomah County, OR It Starts Here (includes Portland) Northwest Territories Drop the Pop Department of Health and Social Services New York City Department of Pouring on the Pounds Health and Mental Hygiene Pennsylvania Dental Association Stop the Pop Philadelphia Department of Time for a Change Public Health Portland, ME Pouring on the Pounds Rhode Island Department of “You wouldn’t let your kids eat this Health much sugar…” Santa Clara County Public Potter the Otter Loves Water Health Department (CA) Seattle & King County Public “You’d never serve your kid a glass of Health sugar…” Seattle & King County Public Let’s Do This! Health Shape up SF Rethink your Drink Texans Care for Children Drink Well Texas Tweens Nutrition and Fitness Water First: Think Your Drink Coalition (Lexington, KY) United States, Centers for Rethink Your Drink Disease Control and Prevention Weight Coalition (Coalition Sugar-Sweetened Beverages/Boissons Poids) (Quebec) sucrées Alameda County Public Health Soda Free Summer Video Contest Department Boston Public Health Drink Responsibly: Be Sugar-Free Commission Art and Video Contests Boys and Girls Clubs of King Soda Sucks so Save your Bucks County New America Media/YO! Youth Soda Sucks Outlook (CA) Alameda County Public Health Soda Free Summer Department Boston Public Health Soda Free Summer Challenge Commission Boston Public Health FatSmack Free from Sugary Drinks Commission Pledge Center for Science in the Public Life’s Sweeter Challenge Pledges and Interest Challenges Pledges and Challenges Cook County Department of Rethink Your Drink Pledge Public Health (IL) Howard County Health Soda Free 30 Department (MD) New York City Department of Go Sugary Drink Free! Health and Mental Hygiene Seattle Childhood Obesity Soda Free Sundays Prevention Coalition Tweens Nutrition and Fitness Take the Plunge Coalition (Lexington, KY) Alameda County, CA Nutrition standards for beverages sold Philadelphia, PA in city vending machines and at city New York, NY events Baldwin Park, CA Brentwood, CA Carson City, CA Chula Vista, CA Contra Costa County, CA El Monte, CA Huntington Park, CA King County, WA La Puente, CA Los Angeles County, CA Monterey County, CA South El Monte, CA Santa Clara County, CA Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, Hospitals banning sugary drink sales OH) Nationwide Children's Hospital (Columbus, OH) San Mateo Medical Center (San Mateo, CA) Vanguard Health (4 Hospitals Chicago, IL) Carney Hospital (Boston, MA) Policy Change Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (Lebanon, NH) Fairview Hospital (Great Policy Change Barrington, MA) Mount Zion Church No sugary drinks served to children Immaculate Conception Church First African Methodist Episcopal Church (Seattle, WA) Baldwin Park, CA Sugary drink sales banned in Bell Gardens, CA city/county vending and/or events Boston, MA El Monte, CA Goodyear, AZ La Puente, CA Pasadena, CA San Antonio, TX San Francisco, CA San Mateo County, CA South El Monte, CA University of Vermont Nutrition standards for beverages sold in University vending machines and bottled water banned. Alabama No sugary drinks available for Connecticut purchase on school property No sugary drinks available for purchase on school property Massachusetts AZ, AR, CA, CO, HI, IL, IN, Restrictions placed on the sale of IA, KY, LA, MD, MS, NV, NJ, sugary drinks on school property NM, NC, OH, OR, RI, SC, TN, TX, WA, WV Baldwin Park, CA Healthy vending machine fronts advertise a "Healthy Baldwin Park" rather than food or beverage company Philadelphia, PA Cities that proposed sugary drink taxes Washington, DC Richmond, CA Chicago, IL New York, NY Proposal to set a maximum size for sugary drinks offered and sold in restaurants and other food service establisments Boston, MA Pediatricians: No SSB Prescription Program Seattle, WA No soda or sports drinks in city vending machines in parks and community centers HEALTH CAMPAIGNS URL Description http://www.albanycounty.co Educational website m/departments/health/kids.as p?id=483 http://www.albertahealthservice Educational website s.ca/5444.asp http://www.capitalhealth.ca/N Activity kit for students R/rdonlyres/e6nstouxulgpkbvz ot7as7dhtyvv6storxwnl57sbz4g l6o2im2rgwio4tthag2r5vag2ao http://allianceforahealthiervt.o Educational website with poster and polling information rg http://www.banpac.org/resou Workshop curriculum to educate about sugar content of rces_sugar_savvy.htm foods/beverages and to promote policy change for healthier choices http://bethecatalyst.org/collee Activism approach: built large bar graph depicting obesity trends n/posts/451-catalyst-to- by using towers of soda cans, created activism kits with posters, celebrate-food-day-with-teen- sidewalk stencils, etc. activism-kits www.bphc.org/healthybevera Stoplight rating system for beverages, social marketing ges www.fatsmack.org campaigns targeting youth (Fatsmack) and parents (Sugar www.sugarsmarts.com Smarts). Campaigns include TV and radio spots, posters, transit campaign (on buses), web advertising, and Facebook apps http://www.cityofboston.gov/ Ten Boston-area hospitals created programs with the stoplight news/uploads/24633_13_17_ rating system to encourage healthy choices 31.pdf http://dotcms.bcpeds.ca/sips Curriculum to educate children about healthy beverage choices mart/welcome/index.dot http://www.kickthecan.info/ Advocacy toolkit, educational materials, and petition. http://www.facebook.com/w Anti-soda/pro-water campaign targeted at teens and linked to aterrules Soda Sucks art and video contest (below). TV spot and Facebook page http://www.californiaprojectl Campaign includes posters, print materials, Facebook app and ean.org/ryd/default.html radio spots Public service announcement in movie theatres http://www.choosehealthla.c Tied to Project LEAN campaign with reports specific to LA om/eat-healthy/sugar-loaded- County. beverages/ http://www.cookcountypublich Educational website ealth.org/healthy- communities/healthy- eating/sugar-sweetened- beverages http://hawaii.gov/health/abou Media campaign using materials adapted from New York City. t/pr/2011/11-037.pdf http://www.refreshkansas.org/ Educational website http://www.mndental.org/publ Educational website ic_home/educational_activities /sip_all_day_get_decay http://www.modental.org/mx/ Educational website with toolkit hm.asp?id=stopthepop http://www.multco- Education campaign is aimed at parents and features local online itstartshere.org/links-and- ads, television PSA's, outdoor signage and downloadable posters resources/toolkit-sugary-drinks in seven languages http://www.hlthss.gov.nt.ca/site Campaign to reduce soda consumption, awards for community s/drop_the_pop/challenge_detai leaders ls.htm http://www.nyc.gov/html/do Includes print ads, transit campaign and television spots h/html/cdp/cdp_pan_pop.sht ml http://www.padental.org/AM/ Educational website Template.cfm?Section=Teacher s2&Template=/CM/HTMLDispl ay.cfm&ContentID=16316 www.foodfitphilly.org Includes print ads, transit campaign, television spots, radio spots, www.facebook.com/foodfitp and posters in convenience stores and at farmer’s markets hilly http://www.portlandmaine.go Media campaign using materials adapted from New York City v/hhs/showart.asp?contentID =1122 http://www.health.ri.gov/heal Includes television spot adapted from Seattle/King County thrisks/sugarsweetenedbever ages/ http://www.potterloveswater. Educational website com/ http://www.kingcounty.gov/h Original television spots, posters adapted from New York City, ealthservices/health/nutrition /sugarydrinks.aspx http://www.kingcounty.gov/h Policy-oriented campaign, includes videos and posters ealthservices/health/partners hips/cppw/campaigns.aspx http://www.sfgov3.org/index Educational curriculum, posters, flyers, promote individual and .aspx?page=1872 policy change http://texanscareforchildren.o Online petition to provide healthier drink options and promote a rg/DrinkWell soda tax http://www.drinkwaterfirst.c Educational website with pledge and drink calculator om/ http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/ Educational pamphlet dnpa/nutrition/pdf/rethink_yo ur_drink.pdf http://www.cqpp.qc.ca/en/su Policy campaign gar-sweetened-beverages www.sodafreesummer.org “Tell us why you will have a soda-free summer” http://www.bphc.org/progra Make video addressing theme “Drink Responsibly: Be Sugar- ms/cib/chronicdisease/heal/F Free” orms%20%20Documents/Co ntest%20Packet.pdf http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=B8ufbemKOSw http://jointhemediaclubhouse Create a media piece to make people think twice before drinking .org/submit.php soda or energy drinks www.whysodasucks.com Make video exposing sugary drink marketing www.sodafreesummer.org Pledge to cut soda, reduce sugary drinks at home, improve schools and workplaces, and/or support policies to limit access to sugary drinks http://www.bphc.org/progra Pledge to reduce or eliminate soda for the summer ms/cib/chronicdisease/heal/s odafreesummer/Pages/Home. aspx https://www.facebook.com/p Pledge to reduce or eliminate soda for the summer ages/FatSmackorg/22944606 7100670?sk=app_17621738 5757369 www.fewersugarydrinks.org Pledge to drink no more than three sugary drinks each week www.rethinkyourdrinknow.co Pledge to increase amount of healthy beverages and reduce or m stop drinking sugar-loaded veverages http://www.howardcountymd Pledge to eliminate soda for 30 days (Oct 18-Nov 20). Talbott .gov/DisplayPrimary.aspx?id Springs Elementary encouraged pledge among students: =6442462984 http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/howard/bs-md-ho- soda-free-20111026,0,2903154.story http://www.nyc.gov/html/do Pledge to cut sugary drinks for one week h/html/cdp/cdp_pan_pop.sht ml www.sodafreesundays.com Pledge to cut sugary drinks on Sundays for 6 weeks http://www.drinkwaterfirst.c Pledge to drink more water and reduce consumption of sugary om/Take-The-Plunge.html beverages per day. http://www.publichealthadvo http://www.phila.gov/health/ http://www.nyc.gov/html/do http://www.publichealthadvo http://www.publichealthadvo http://www.publichealthadvo http://www.kingcounty.gov/h http://www.publichealthadvo http://www.publichealthadvo http://www.cleveland.com/he althfit/index.ssf/2010/07/sug ar- sweetened_food_beverages.h tml http://www.chicagotribune.c om/business/ct-biz-0425- hospital-sugar-ban- 20120424,0,4379382.story http://www.noharm.org/us_c anada/news_hcwh/2010/apr/ hcwh2010-04-12.php http://www.mountzion.net/in dex.php?l=290 http://www.immaculateconce ptionseattle.org/i/MTiFH/IM MACNutritionPolicy.pdf http://fameseattle.org/files/H eathy%20Eating%20Active %20Living/Guideline%20for _Healthy_Eating_and_Active _Living_1.pdf www.bphc.org/healthybevera ges http://www.publichealthadvo cacy.org/_PDFs/beverage_po licies/CABeveragePolicies_ Cities_Counties.pdf http://www.chron.com/life/m om-houston/article/San- Antonio-city-manager-wages- war-on-sugar-1587877.php http://sanmateo.patch.com/ar ticles/sugar-drinks-banned-in- county-vending-machines- cafeterias http://www.uvm.edu/~uvmpr/ ?Page=news&storyID=13129&c ategory=ucommall http://healthyamericans.org/as sets/files/FasinFat2011Legislati veSupplement.pdf http://healthyamericans.org/as sets/files/FasinFat2011Legislati veSupplement.pdf http://healthyamericans.org/as sets/files/FasinFat2011Legislati veSupplement.pdf http://www.thedatabank.com/ dpg/280/pm.asp?id=38633&na v=1&aacwc=371562805407314 038633114647102 http://www.nyc.gov/portal/sit e/nycgov/menuitem.c0935b9a 57bb4ef3daf2f1c701c789a0/in dex.jsp?pageID=mayor_press_r elease&catID=1194&doc_nam e=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nyc.g http://kuow.org/program.php?id =25227 Updated 6/14/12
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