About the Partnership

Page last updated: 25 January 2018

The Australian Government, food industry bodies and public health groups have agreed to cooperatively tackle obesity, encourage healthy eating and empower food manufacturers to make positive changes to their product portfolios.

The Healthy Food Partnership (the Partnership) aims to improve the dietary habits of Australians by making healthier food choices easier and more accessible and by raising awareness of better food choices and portion sizes.

Initiatives under the Partnership will be voluntary in nature and will focus on making achievements in the following areas:

  • continue to support industry to reformulate their foods, supported by the Health Star Rating system;
  • support consumers to eat appropriate levels of core foods such as fruit, vegetables, whole grains, meat, fish and dairy, and appropriate levels of energy intake;
  • educating consumers on appropriate portion and serve sizes;
  • improving consumers’ knowledge and awareness of healthier food choices, including through developing and publicising tools and resources to consumers and health professionals.
The Healthy Food Partnership Implementation and Evaluation Working Group has developed an overarching “Master” Program Logic which incorporates all Healthy Food Partnership activities. This document is a work in progress and will be updated as required.
A program logic model is a tool used to evaluate the effectiveness of a program. They can also be used to support planning and implementation. In simple terms, a program logic model is a ‘picture’ of what a project or program will do, and what this is expected to lead to. The logic model links short-, medium- and long-term program outcomes with program outputs and inputs, while articulating the assumptions of the program.

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