Healthy Food Partnership

Through the voluntary Healthy Food Partnership, we work with the food industry and the public health sector to encourage Australians to eat healthy foods, and we support food companies to make positive changes. This will help reduce diet-related diseases, and overweight and obesity in Australia.

About the partnership

Read about the partnership, its goals and how we're achieving those goals.

Reformulation Program

Find out how we're working with industry to reduce sodium, sugar and saturated fat from processed foods.

Reformulation Program resources

Find the Reformulation Program's full list of resources.

Committee and groups

See what the program's committee and working groups do.

Reformulation food categories and targets

See a quick reference guide for the sodium, sugar and saturated fat reduction targets for each food categories, as part of the Healthy Food Partnership Reformulation Program.

See the guide

Latest resources

Latest resources

Healthy Food Partnership Program – Executive Committee communique – December 2022

This document presents a summary of discussions and decisions by the Healthy Food Partnership Program Executive Committee at its December 2022 meeting.

Healthy Food Partnership Program – Executive Committee communique – August 2021

This document is a summary of the Healthy Food Partnership Program Executive Committee's August 2021 meeting.

Partnership Reformulation Program – Implementation plan

This implementation plan details the actions we will take to implement the Partnership Reformulation Program. This includes stakeholder engagement, risk management strategies, the monitoring and reporting framework and considerations for evaluation.

Partnership Reformulation Program – Food category definitions

This document includes the food categories and reformulation targets that make up the Partnership Reformulation Program and what products in each category are included or not.
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