Exploring Food and Eating Trends in Ontario Families
Date: Tuesday December 15, 2020: 2:00 – 2:45 pm
About the Event:
Nutrition Connections, with support from The Helderleigh Foundation, worked with Ipsos, a global market and research and public opinion firm, to track food and eating behaviour trends in families with children under the age of 18. This webinar will provide a snapshot of Ontario families’ food and eating trends and examine how they compared with families outside of the province. The highlights to be discussed will include:
- What families are eating and drinking for meals and snacks
- Where and how families are eating and sharing meals
- How families are shopping and preparing meals
- What is driving family food choices
This information will be helpful to anyone planning programs or interventions targeted to families with children and youth.
Who should attend?
Program planners, policy makers, marketers/food industry, health professionals, health promoters, community health practitioners, educators, child care providers, researchers, and others.
This webinar provided by Nutrition Connections at Ontario Public Health Association and is supported by The Helderleigh Foundation
Lynn Roblin, MSc RD is a Registered Dietitian and Senior Policy Consultant for Nutrition Connections at the Ontario Public Health Association.
Lynn Roblin is a Registered Dietitian and Senior Policy Consultant at Nutrition Connections, a centre within the Ontario Public Health Association. She supports knowledge exchange and actions to promote healthy eating and food literacy through policies, programming, and advocacy at the local, provincial, and national level. Lynn is currently involved in applied research to increase understanding of the state of healthy eating and food literacy in Ontario and Canada. Throughout her career, she has worked as a consultant for Dietitians of Canada, provincial and federal governments, and to the food industry. Lynn was involved in the creation of the 1992 and 2007 Canada’s Food Guides with Health Canada. She has created resources for consumers and professionals and produced cookbooks, including Suppertime Survival and Dietitians of Canada’s Great Food Fast. Lynn co-chaired the collaborative group of food system players developing the Ontario Food and Nutrition Strategy. She was a founding member of the Halton Food Council and a former board member of the Halton Fresh Food Box program.
This event will be moderated by Marissa Lustri, MPH, RD, Program Assistant at Nutrition Connections.