The Purple Tongue project

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Categories associated with best practice:

  • Health Equity
  • wtt_ico
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Community/ Neighbourhood
  • Diabetes icon 3
  • Healthy Eating
  • Integrate Chronic Disease Prevention
  • Obesity Prevention
  • Physical Activity

Overview

  1. To improve wild berry consumption, distribution and availability throughout the year
  2. To propose local healthy alternatives to soft drinks and snacks
  3. To stimulate youth empowerment and employment

School based program with the objectives of improving wild berry consumption, distribution and availability throughout the year; promoting local healthy alternatives to soft drinks and snacks; and stimulating youth empowerment and employment. New formulations of berry products were evaluated and refined through feedback by community representatives. The berry products had to present low sugar content, low cost, locally available food items requiring and simple cooking techniques, attractive for the youth, and in accordance with Inuit taste and culture.

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