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Welfare Foods: consultation report

Published: 10 Oct 2018

This consultation on meeting the needs of children and families in Scotland was published in April 2018 and invited views on our approach to Welfare Foods following the devolution through the Scotland Act 2016.

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Welfare Foods: consultation report
Footnotes

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Footnotes

1. /publications/welfare-foods-consultation-meeting-needs-children-families-scotland/.

2. There were between one and three responses from each of: parent/carer organisations; childminder organisations; Community Planning Partnerships; teachers organisations; academic or research institutes; childcare providers; and other public body.

3. Question 10 did not ask for agreement or disagreement – it was a 'how' question – but agreement/disagreement was often expressed in the responses, so it was possible to quantify it anyway. However, the number of unclear responses is higher for this question, as can be expected.

4. http://www.bris.ac.uk/sps/research/projects/completed/2013/rk7149/index.html

5. SACN report, 19th July 2017. Feeding in the First Year of Life Report. Chapter 7: Micronutrients

6.Jessiman, PE, Cameron, AM, Wiggins, M & Lucas, PJ (2013), 'A qualitative study of uptake of free vitamins in England' Archives of Disease in Childhood; and Moonan M, Hanratty B, Whitehead M. (2012), 'Which is more effective, a universal or targeted approach, to implementing the National Healthy Start Programme? A mixed methods study'. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2012; 66 (Suppl I): A44.


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