Publication - Consultation analysis

Reducing health harms of foods high in fat, sugar, or salt: consultation analysis

Published: 13 Sep 2019

Independent analysis of the responses to the consultation on proposals to restrict the promotion and marketing of foods high in fat, sugar, or salt, and have little to no nutritional benefit.

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Reducing health harms of foods high in fat, sugar, or salt: consultation analysis
Annex 4: List of organisational respondents

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Annex 4: List of organisational respondents

A total of 94 organisations took part in the consultation. These are listed below by their response to the question “If you are responding on behalf of an organisation, what type of organisation is it?”. 

Public Sector (31) 

Aberdeen City Council
Angus Community Planning Partnership
Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership 
Convention of Scottish Local Authorities 
Glasgow City Council
The Glasgow Food Policy Partnership and the Glasgow Centre for Population Health Midlothian Council
Medical Research Council/Chief Scientist Office Social and Public Health Sciences Unit
NHS Ayrshire & Arran
NHS Borders
NHS Dumfries & Galloway's Department of Public Health with input from Dumfries & Galloway Community Planning Partnership
NHS Grampian
NHS Health Scotland
North Ayrshire Council
North Lanarkshire Council
Public Health Registrars in Scotland
Renfrewshire Council
Scottish Borders Council (Conservative Group)
Scottish Borders Council (officer response)
Scottish Food Enforcement Liaison Committee
Scottish Grocers Federation Healthy Living Programme[48]
Scottish Libertarian Party
Scottish Public Health Nutrition Group
Shetland Islands Council, NHS Shetland
Society of Chief Officers of Environmental Health in Scotland
Society of Chief Officers of Trading Standards in Scotland
South Lanarkshire Council Environmental Services
The State Hospitals Board for Scotland
West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership
West Lothian Council
West of Scotland Food Liaison Group

Manufacturer (17)

A.G. Barr PLC
Border Biscuits Ltd
Cider
Coca-Cola European Partners
Danone UK Ltd
Ella Drinks Ltd
General Mills
Haribo Dunhills (Pontefract) Ltd
innocent drinks
Lucozade Ribena Suntory Ltd.
Mackie's Of Scotland
Middle Way Ltd.
Muller UK & Ireland Group LLP
Nestle UK & Ireland
Paterson Arran Ltd
Pepsico UK
Tilly Confectionery Ltd 

Industry representative body (14) 

Association of Convenience Stores
British Dental Association
British Soft Drinks Association
British Specialist Nutrition Association (BSNA)
Dairy UK
Food and Drink Federation Scotland
Federation of Small Businesses
Potato Processors Limited
Provision Trade Federation
Scottish Bakers
Scottish Grocers Federation
Scottish Retail Consortium
Scottish Wholesale Association
UKHospitality

Third Sector (10)  

Action on Sugar/Action on Salt
Cancer Research UK
Community Food Initiatives North East/ Sustainable Food City Partnership Aberdeen
Diabetes Scotland
Live Borders
Nuffield Council on Bioethics
Obesity Action Scotland
Outside the Box
Scotland's Learning Partnership
The Scottish Cancer Prevention Network

Retailer (7)  

Asda Stores Ltd
Boots UK
Lomond Fishmongers
Sainsbury's
S.M. Bayne & Co Ltd
Tesco PLC
WHSmith

Out of home provider (e.g. restaurant, fast food outlet, coffee shop) (1) 

McDonald's

Other (14)

Advertising Standards Authority
British Medical Association (BMA) Scotland
British Dietetic Association (BDA). Response on behalf of the BDA Scotland Board.
British Psychological Society
British Society for the Study of Community Dentistry (BASCD)
Children in Scotland
Dundee Healthy Weight Partnership
East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership
Midlothian Community Planning Partnership
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Scotland
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Scottish Food Guide
UK Society for Behavioural Medicine (UKSBM)
Which?


Contact

Email: Leigh.Edwardson@gov.scot