Nutrition commitment is a Finnish operating model, which helps and encourages food business operators and stakeholders to improve the nutritional quality of the Finnish diet and to encourage nutritionally responsible practices. A target-oriented and measurable commitment provides an excellent tool for such bodies as companies and corporations to improve their own nutritional responsibility.
In 2020, everybody in Finland can have a diet that is in accordance with the food based dietary guidelines.
A nutrition commitment can be made in eight different content areas where significant changes should be achieved under the nutrition recommendations. These are all areas where major service design and reformulation work is required to improve the dietary habits of the population. In accordance with the content targets set out in the nutrition recommendations, these are called content commitments.
You can make nutrition commitments in the following content areas:
- Quality of fats
- Vegetables, berries and fruits
- Products for children
- Portion and package sizes
- Lunch (meals and snacks)