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Policy Title Synopsis Date Enacted Locale Enacted ENACT Environment
Los Angeles School District Healthy Beverage Resolution  Prohibits the sale of soda in vending machines, student stores, and cafeterias at LAUSD school sites.  01/01/2004  Los Angeles County, California 
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Commercial Free Schools Act  Prohibits exclusive vendor contracts, brand names, tobacco subsidiary food products in local schools.  06/01/1999  San Francisco County, California 
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Child Nutrition Policy  Aims to improve the health of pre-school and school-aged children who participate in City sponsored programs by reducing their consumption of unhealthy food and beverages, and increase their intake and knowledge of healthy food and beverages.  02/18/2005  Los Angeles, California 
Child Care


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La Mesa Wellness Program 

Increases access to outdoor recreation, makes the streets more pedestrian and bike friendly, improves access to healthy food choices, and creates breastfeeding-friendly public facilities.

 
07/25/2006  La Mesa, California 
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Healthy Snacks in Vending Machines at City Owned Facilities 

Establishes a policy that ensures that no less than 50 percent of the food and beverages provided in all vending machines located at City owned facilities meet certain criteria.

 
08/21/2006  Santa Ana, California 
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Workplace


Government

 
Childhood Obesity Board Order 

Directs the County Health Services Department to conduct a range of activities to promote healthy eating and activity in schools, child care facilities, after-school programs, restaurants, and parks and rec facilities.

 
10/24/2006  Contra Costa County, California 
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San Francisco Unified School District Healthy School Nutrition and Physical Exercise Policy  Sets guidelines for beverages and foods sold on SFUSD campuses and in cafeterias, as well as outlines standards for nutrition education and physical activity.  01/14/2003  San Francisco County, California 
School

 
Operation of Day Care Services Amendments  Amends the health code to include stricter guidelines for nutrition standards, quality physical activity and television viewing at all public and private group day care services operating within New York.  06/15/2006  New York, New York 
Child Care

 
Calorie Labeling Amendment  Requires that food service establishments that sell food items whose portion size and content are standardized, prominently display information about the calorie content of each menu item.  12/05/2006  New York, New York 
Community

 
Worksite Wellness Nutrition Policy 

Establishes healthy food and beverage purchase guidelines for county-funded meetings, trainings and events and ensures that healthy options are available for purchase at county facilities.

 
05/01/2006  Clark County, Washington 
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Workplace


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San Diego Healthy Choice options in Vending Machines on County Property 

Establishes guidelines to provide healthy choice options in vending machines on county property.

 
08/01/2006  San Diego County, California 
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Workplace


After-School

 
San Diego Childhood Obesity Action Plan 

Master plan that identifies seven key domain areas that have the most influence in developing environments that support healthy choices and delineates specific strategies that those domains can undertake to support health.

 
01/24/2006  San Diego County, California 
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Santa Clara Healthy Food Policy  Requires 50% of food and beverages sold in County vending machines meet specific nutirion guidelines and sets nutrition standards for county sponsored meetings and events.  11/15/2005  Santa Clara County, California 
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Prohibiting Mobile Catering Trucks from Operating Near Public Schools 

Prohibits operators of mobile catering vehicles from selling within 1,500 feet of San Francisco public schools.

 
03/20/2007  San Francisco County, California 
School

 
Brentwood Wellness Policy  Recognizes the importance of the environment in supporting nutrition and activity and puts forth a 19-point plan to enhance nutrition and activity environments in the city.     11/13/2007  Brentwood, California 
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Tacoma-Pierce County Board of Health Resolution  Declares obesity to be a serious threat and asks for various sectors in the county to take action to improve food and activity environments.  03/02/2005  Pierce County, Washington 
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Springfield School District Wellness Policy  Creates a wellness policy laying out guidelines for food and physical activity  07/25/2006  Springfield, Missouri 
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Columbia and McBaine Town District Wellness Policy  Creates a wellness policy laying out guidelines for food, and physical activity  06/12/2006  Columbia, Missouri 
School

 
Fredericktown School District Wellness Policy  Creates a wellness policy laying out guidelines for food, and physical activity  01/01/2006  Fredericktown, Missouri 
School

 
Norborne R-VIII School District Wellness Policy  Creates a wellness policy laying out guidelines for food, and physical activity  05/08/2006  Norborne, Missouri 
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