My name is Lady Iveta, Kurpniece and I am one of those who as you can see like writing about problems to you. Today I did combine both your text and my ideas hope you will understand me.
1) What are the key causes of food insecurity in the UK?1 Can you outline any significant trends in food insecurity in the UK? To what extent (and why) have these challenges persisted over a number of years?
Yes there just do not exist a health authority who would control quality and chemical contents of food in generally.
Why we can’t put in better use criminal forensic teams who not always are occupied and well paid? Whit some resources and existing laboratories they would be perfect controllers of quality of food true simple private by under surveillance equipment?
2) What are some of the key ways in which diet (including food insecurity) impacts on public health? Has sufficient progress been made on tackling childhood obesity and, if not, why not?
Without education obesity no one can’t fight it, mums not educated they not always understand what education means? How about punishments to those who do not honour himself and others?
3) How accessible is healthy food? What factors or barriers affect people’s ability to consume a healthy diet? Do these factors affect populations living in rural and urban areas differently?
Tray to get something tasty and not so expensive sadly not always do happening. I love Soho Co, but they giving just limited range of foods.
4) What role can local authorities play in promoting healthy eating in their local populations, especially among children and young people, and those on lower incomes? How effectively are local authorities able to fulfil their responsibilities to improve the health of people living in their areas? Are you aware of any existing local authority or education initiatives that have been particularly successful (for example, schemes around holiday hunger, providing information on healthy eating, or supporting access to sport and exercise)?
How about greater variation of foods in each coffee?
5) What can be learnt from food banks and other charitable responses to hunger? What role should they play?
Food banks are limitation to all and hunger still exist all those unpleasant passport and financial problems so many who doesn’t belong to our society still living and even did not paying tax.
6) What impact do food production processes (including product formulation, portion size, packaging and labelling) have on consumers dietary choices and does this differ across income groups?
Usually positive, but some products are measured too many serves some not. 1-4 serves would be the most popular choice, but why need put you should eat this in maximum 24h from opening? If you keeping in fridge it will last much longer!
7) What impact do food outlets (including supermarkets, delivery services, or fast food outlets) have on the average UK diet? How important are factors such as advertising, packaging, or product placement in influencing consumer choice, particularly for those in lower income groups?
I think more of money worries than something else. Lack of income and unresolved health issues encoring us down.
8) Do you have any comment to make on how the food industry might be encouraged to do more to support or promote healthy and sustainable diets? Is Government regulation an effective driver of change in this respect?
Maybe some competitions would be most efficient way?
9) To what extent is it possible for the UK to be self-sufficient in producing healthy, affordable food that supports good population health, in a way that is also environmentally sustainable?
Yes but we need time and order not lay boring people with screams.
10) Can efforts to improve food production sustainability simultaneously offer solutions to improving food insecurity and dietary health in the UK?
11) How effective are any current measures operated or assisted by Government, local authorities, or others to minimise food waste? What further action is required to minimise food waste?
I would fink ore about food recoiling banks and education!
12) A Public Health England report has concluded that “considerable and largely unprecedented” dietary shifts are required to meet Government guidance on healthy diets.2 What policy approaches (for example, fiscal or regulatory measures, voluntary guidelines, or attempts to change individual or population behaviour through information
and education) would most effectively enable this? What role could public procurement play in improving dietary behaviours?
No, some are so mentally ill they not able to understand.
13) Has sufficient research been conducted to provide a robust analysis of the links between poverty, food insecurity, health inequalities and the sustainability of food production? How well is existing research on the impact of existing food policy used to inform decision making?
I don’t think much because people make choices based
14) What can the UK learn from food policy in other countries? Are there examples of strategies which have improved access and affordability of healthy, sustainable food across income groups?
Need check maybe there is some positive for examples.
15) Are there any additional changes at a national policy level that would help to ensure efforts to improve food insecurity and poor diet, and its impact on public health and the environment, are effectively coordinated, implemented and monitored?
No they not.
Lady Iveta Kurpniece
10 September 2019