Many of us are consuming too much sugar, and this is increasing levels of tooth decay, obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
We've teamed up with the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation and are working in partnership across the city to look at what we can all do at home, in schools, in work and in shops, restaurants, cafes and takeaways.
The story so far
A new infographic, showcased in the Mayor’s annual speech, shows how far the Sugar Smart work has spread since the campaign was launched in January and highlights the wide range of partners involved.
Support from the Bristol Sports Foundation, both hospital trusts, both universities, Lloyds Bank, Bristol Water, the city’s schools and many others has helped make a difference in the first year.
The survey results will be used to shape the next phase of activity, with increased focus on engaging men in the campaign.
Thank you to those who took part in the survey.
We are busy looking at over 1000 responses and will be posting the results here soon.
Download the free Change4Life Food Smart app to find out how much sugar is in the food and drink your family consume every day.
You can also sign up for lots of free support, tips, ideas and recipes.
You can find further resources on the Health Promotion Resource and Information Service.