Indicator Topic Objectivea
Strategy 2-2: Increase the availability of lower-calorie and healthier food and beverage options for children in restaurants

34 Child and adolescent caloric intake in restaurants

Reduce caloric intake by children and adolescents in chain and quick-service restaurantsd
Strategy 2-3: Utilize strong nutritional standards for all foods and beverages sold or provided through the government, and ensure that these healthy options are available in all places frequented by the public

35 Consumption of solid fats and added sugars

Reduce consumption of calories from solid fats and added sugars in the population aged 2 years and olderb

36 Consumption of solid fats

Reduce consumption of calories from solid fatsb

37 Consumption of added sugars

Reduce consumption of calories from added sugarsb

38 School policies to facilitate access to clean drinking water

Increase the proportion of states and school districts with policies that require schools to provide access to free, clean, potable water throughout the school settingd

39 Consumption of fruits

Increase the contribution of fruits to the diets of the population aged 2 years and olderb

40 Consumption of vegetables

Increase the variety and contribution of total vegetables to the diets of the population aged 2 years and olderb,c

41 Consumption of whole grains

Increase the contribution of whole grains to the diets of the population aged 2 years and olderb

42 Healthy vending policies in federal buildings and worksites

The federal government expands its healthy vending/concession guidelines to include all federal government-owned, -operated, and -occupied buildings, worksites, and facilitiesd

43 Nutrition standards in child care

Increase the number of states with nutrition standards for foods and beverages provided to preschool-aged children in child careb
Strategy 2-4: Introduce, modify, and utilize health-promoting food and beverage retailing and distribution policies

44 Food retail incentive policies

Increase the number of states that have state-level policies that incentivize food retail outlets to provide foods that are encouraged by the Dietary Guidelines for Americansb

45 Fast food outlet density

Reduce the density of fast-food restaurants (per 100,000 population)

46 Healthy food outlet density

Increase the proportion of healthy food outlets in communities across the United States

47 Price of fruit and vegetables

Decrease the relative price of fruit and vegetables (compared to snack items)
APOP GOAL AREA 3: MESSAGING ENVIRONMENT
Strategy 3-1: Develop and support a sustained, targeted physical activity and nutrition social marketing program

48 Funding for national social marketing program

Federal funding for sustained, targeted physical activity and nutrition social marketing campaign, and designation of a lead federal agency to oversee itd
Strategy 3-2: Implement common standards for marketing foods and beverages to children and adolescents

49 Television marketing of foods and beverages to children and adolescents

Increase the proportion of foods and beverages marketed to children and adolescents that are recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and reduce the proportion of foods and beverages marketed that are not recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans


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