Supported by Eat Right India movement
Herbalife Nutrition presented the Eat Right Food Summit 2022 in Delhi. This strategic forum brought together stakeholders from government, politics and private sector to set the agenda for a healthier future as part of the Eat Right India campaign that aims to promote and provide safe, healthy and nutritious diet choices by upgrading the infrastructure of food outlets and enhancing the awareness and skill set of food handlers and customers.
Commenting on the initiative, Ajay Khanna, Sr. Vice President & India Country Head, Herbalife Nutrition, said, “As a company, we feel privileged to work on our campaign Eat Right which is aligned with the Government of India’s National Health Policy 2017, with its focus on preventive and promotive healthcare and flagship programmes.”
Sharing thoughts on this, Arun Singhal, CEO, Food Safety and Standard Authority of India, said, “Eat Right India is identified as a National Movement to transform the country’s food system by ensuring safe, healthy and sustainable diets for everyone, at all times. This is not only a mechanism to celebrate the success achieved so far but is an integrated platform for all of us to think and deliberate together to come up with innovative solutions for a healthier tomorrow. Such summits and forums aim at strengthening the collaboration through open dialogues guided by stakeholders for creating a future roadmap.”
The forty campuses where Herbalife Nutrition is supporting the implementation of the Eat Right Campaign, include State Secretariats, ISRO campus, Police training centres, Air Force camps, universities, colleges and railway stations.
As a pilot, Herbalife identified Bengaluru and Mysore to implement the Eat Right awareness programmes in 2021.
The Eat Right Food Summit was an important forum for strengthening collaboration and open dialogue between stakeholders to create a future roadmap.