Food and the Bottom Line: Decreasing Health Care Costs and Increasing Productivity by Upgrading the Corporate Food Environment

Health care costs are soaring and employers are feeling the pinch but what can they do about it?  For large companies that make food available on their campuses could upgrading the food environment drive down health care costs and improve employee productivity?  The answer is yes.

This presentation explores the current state of our health, the cost of our “health” particularly to employers, why upgrading the food environment can make a difference, and different types of upgrades that can be made.

The target audience for this presentation are members of the administration or executive leadership teams for corporations large enough to provide food on their campuses. This may include but is not limited to vending machines, cafeterias, and restaurants on campus.

Please click here to view the presentation.  I hope you find the information helpful.  I look forward to any feedback or comments you may have.

Thank you,

Karrie Bergman

PUBH-6165-04, Environmental Health

Walden University

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