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2010 Nutrition Summit
Changing the Food Environment: Making it Happen

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture
April 28, 2010

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2010 Nutriton Summit

Nutrition Summit Agenda (3 pages)

Nutrition Summit Program (23 pages)

Federal Government Initiatives

(1 hour, 4 minutes)

Kathleen Sebelius, MPA

Kathleen Sebelius, MPA
Secretary
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Janey Thornton, MS, PhD

Janey Thornton, MS, PhD
Deputy Under Secretary
Food, Nutrtion, and Consumer Services
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Thomas Vilsack

Thomas Vilsack
Secretary
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Thomas Frieden, MD, MPH

Thomas Frieden, MD, MPH
Director
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Margaret Hamburg, MD

Margaret Hamburg, MD
Commissioner
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Resources

Transcript (17 pages)

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Access to Healthy Foods

(47 minutes)

Ann Wright, BSs

Ann Wright, BS
Deputy Under Secretary
Marketing and Regulatory Programs
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Angela Glover Blackwell, JD

Angela Glover Blackwell, JD
Chief Executive Officer
Policy Link

Patrick Burns

Patrick Burns
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Fresh Grocer

Deborah Kane, BA, MS

Deborah Kane, BA, MS
Vice President
Food and Farm, Ecotrust

Resources

Transcript (11 pages)
Anne Wright Handouts (3 pages)
Patrick Burns Handouts (3 pages)
Deborah Kane Ecotrust Website

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Keynote Address

(23 minutes)

Vice Admiral Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA

Vice Admiral Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA
U.S. Surgeon General
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Resources

Transcript (5 pages)

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Sodium Reduction Initiative

(35 minutes)

Jane Henney, MD

Jane Henney, MD
Committe Chair
Institute of Medicine

Thomas Farley, MD, MPH

Thomas Farley, MD, MPH
Commissioner
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Resources

Transcript (8 pages)
Jane Henney Handouts (3 pages)
Thomas Farley Handouts (4 pages)

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Healthy Schools:  Making Healthier Food Choices Easier for the Next Generation

(1 hour, 11 minutes)

Mary Kay Fox, MEd

Mary Kay Fox, MEd
Senior Researcher
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Member
IOM Committee on Nutrition Standards for the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs

Janey Thornton, MS, PhD

Janey Thornton, MS, PhD
Deputy Under Secretary
Food, Nutrtion, and Consumer Services
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Jean Ronnei, BS

Jean Ronnei, BS
Director
Nutrition and Commercial Services
St. Paul Public Schools

Mark Bishop, MBAS

Mark Bishop, MBAS
Deputy Director
Healthy Schools Campaign

Resources

Transcript (19 pages)
Janey Thornton Handouts (4 pages, 1.2MB)
Jean Ronnei Handouts (4 pages)
Mark Bishop Handouts (2 pages)

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Improving Food Labeling for Healthy Food Choices

(41 minutes)

Pamela Bailey, BA

Pamela Bailey, BA
President and Chief Executive Officer
Grocery Manufacturers Association

Michael F. Jacobson, PhD

Michael F. Jacobson, PhD
Executive Director
Center for Science in the Public Interest

Dawn Sweeney, MBA

Dawn Sweeney, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
National Restaurant Association

Resources

Transcript (10 pages)
Michael F. Jacobson Handouts (2 pages)
Dawn Sweeney Handouts (2 pages)

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