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Creating a Healthy Food City
25th
July 2019
Our Ambition As A City
PAGE 2
Birmingham – a city of growth where
every child, citizen and place matters
• Birmingham is a...
PAGE 3
PAGE 4
PAGE 5
Whole System Action Is Needed
Research, like the
Foresight report, has
shown that tackling
obesity needs lots of
different...
Creating A Healthy
Food City
 Healthy food
environments in
communities,
workplaces and
schools
 Healthy food
economies
...
CREATING A HEALTHY FOOD CITY
Developing our approach
Context
 Cities operate at multiple different levels and scales from
households, to streets and communities of place, ide...
Citizen’s Perceptions of Food in the City
Qualitative focus groups,
121 interviews and
photography projects on
food over t...
The Food Environment in Birmingham
Our local surroundings can
have a big impact on the
decisions we make.
Access to fresh ...
The Food Journey
Image source: https://www.eufic.org/en/food-safety/article/food-industry-standards-focus-on-haccp
PAGE 13
Urban Food System
Our initial thinking on Vision and ambition
Birmingham is a Healthy Food City with a
thriving and sustainable healthy food...
Becoming a Healthy Food City
PAGE 15
Co-Production Co-Delivery
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&
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Access
Safe
Nutritious
Skills
Job...
Building Our Approach
 Stakeholder engagement
 Citizen engagement
 Accelerator
opportunities:
• Digital
Leaders
Food
Tr...
Existing Foundations
Some of the existing strong foundations on
addressing the food environment in the City
PAGE 17
Food Stories & Beliefs
 City specific campaigns in
partnership with the Food
Foundation
• Peas Please
(vendors)
• Eat the...
Healthy Start Vouchers
 Government-led means tested initiative
 Vouchers for milk, fruit and vegetables
 Families recei...
 Obesity Specialist funded by BCC for early years projects
including initiative to increase uptake of HSV, through workin...
Breastfeeding in Birmingham
 Breastfeeding and healthy weaning
lays the foundation for children’s
nutrition and wellbeing...
Breastfeeding in Birmingham
 BUMP maternity service providers
are delivering ‘infant feeding’ as
part of parent preparati...
Other Early Years Interventions
PAGE 23
• Health & wellbeing
initiative from
pregnancy to school
• Health Visitors and
Chi...
 Pilot intervention over two
years giving insight to the
local food environment and
customers perceptions
towards food
 ...
Food Security
On the Environmental Health
database there are currently:
8842 food premises
166 food manufacturers
2230 ...
 Birmingham Planning
Toolkit builds on this to
consider the wider health
promoting environment,
including access to green...
Exercise 1: Mapping the Asset Base
 Using the post-it notes map out your organisations work
around food activity/food env...
Exercise 2: Who isn’t in the room
 Using the post-it notes map out other organisations linked to
food activity and the fo...
What’s in your food?
We asked you to estimate how much sugar, salt and fat were in
the products around the room.
Did you g...
Accelerator Opportunities
Acceleration projects currently active in the City
PAGE 30
Great City Food Digital Treasure Hunt
 As part of Digital Leaders week BCC partnered with the WM
Innovation Alliance and ...
 Birmingham is one
of five LA’s selected
as Childhood
Obesity Trailblazer
pilot to test out new
ways of working to
reduce...
PAGE 33
LGA/PHE Childhood Obesity Trailblazer
The focus of the work in Birmingham is:
1.Develop the educational levers for...
Milan Urban Food Policy Pact
 Milan Urban Food Pact which is
a European partnership for
action on creating healthy food
e...
BINDI Partnership
 Bindhi Project in
partnership with
Pune, India to
work together
on creating food
smart cities.
 Both ...
Exercise 3: What do we need?
 As a table, brainstorm the things that you would like to see
that would make a difference t...
Next Steps
PAGE 37
Next steps
 Citizen engagement
• Partnership with Birmingham Food
Council on community
conversations about food security
...
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Creating a healthy food city Workshop Slides

  1. 1. Creating a Healthy Food City 25th July 2019
  2. 2. Our Ambition As A City PAGE 2 Birmingham – a city of growth where every child, citizen and place matters • Birmingham is an entrepreneurial city to learn, work and invest in • Birmingham is an aspirational city to grow up in • Birmingham is a fulfilling city to age well in • Birmingham is a great city to live in
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  6. 6. Whole System Action Is Needed Research, like the Foresight report, has shown that tackling obesity needs lots of different actions. Action is needed at different levels of society and by different types of organisations working together in a range of different areas.
  7. 7. Creating A Healthy Food City  Healthy food environments in communities, workplaces and schools  Healthy food economies  Communities of identity and place informed approaches  Social narrative about food Creating An Active City  Active environments, including making the most of the CWG infrastructure opportunities.  Accessible provision  Community co- production  Social narrative about activity Three Pillar Approach PAGE 7 Supporting Weight Management  Maximise engagement with existing support and resources e.g. C4L, OneYou, NHS Weight Management course & app, HENRY in early years settings.  Maximise positive opportunity of NCMP through School nursing service and NHS Health Check.
  8. 8. CREATING A HEALTHY FOOD CITY Developing our approach
  9. 9. Context  Cities operate at multiple different levels and scales from households, to streets and communities of place, identity and heritage.  Within the City there are many different levers at a macro city- wide level and at a community and household level.  Citizens have told us that the food environment of the city is not supporting them to live healthy lives and asked us to change this. PAGE 9
  10. 10. Citizen’s Perceptions of Food in the City Qualitative focus groups, 121 interviews and photography projects on food over the last 2 years have identified citizens feel the city food environment is disabling healthy choices and they want to see change. PAGE 10 because I can’t stop them eating rubbish at school but at home it’sup to me” “South Asian food – the diet itself is healthy – tell them to reduce the amount of oil…” “It’s [fast food] so cheap and it’s a treat. I think I only have them for the kids but .. I have them too” “…we don’t plan them [takeaways]. If it’s getting late or I’ve got nothing in.... its nearer than the shop”
  11. 11. The Food Environment in Birmingham Our local surroundings can have a big impact on the decisions we make. Access to fresh affordable food is important if we want to eat more healthily. Many of our streets are saturated with fast food outlets where its hard to find a healthy option. PAGE 11 1.2 Fast Food Outlets per 1,000 citizens. 835 food outlets in the city only reach 2 (needs improvement) out of 5 for food hygiene standards. 0.97 Supermarkets/ convenience stores per 1,000 citizens. 27 food banks listed in the city by the Tussell Trust in 2018.
  12. 12. The Food Journey Image source: https://www.eufic.org/en/food-safety/article/food-industry-standards-focus-on-haccp
  13. 13. PAGE 13 Urban Food System
  14. 14. Our initial thinking on Vision and ambition Birmingham is a Healthy Food City with a thriving and sustainable healthy food economy that reflects the diversity of our citizens and where healthy food choices are easy, accessible, affordable and normal in every community. PAGE 14
  15. 15. Becoming a Healthy Food City PAGE 15 Co-Production Co-Delivery P L A C E S & P E O P L E Access Safe Nutritious Skills Jobs Inclusive growth Advertising Social Media Community conversations Production Retail Consumption Waste
  16. 16. Building Our Approach  Stakeholder engagement  Citizen engagement  Accelerator opportunities: • Digital Leaders Food Treasure Hunt • LGA/PHE Obesity Trailblazer • Milan Urban Food Policy Pact • BINDI partnershipPAGE 16 Supplementary Planning Guidelines on Fast Food Birmingham Healthy Planning Toolkit Change 4 LifeOne You Pease Please Environmental Health Gov. Food Buying Standards Procurement City Serve School Meals Apprenticeships Levy Healthy Start & Breastfeeding Focus Defend Them
  17. 17. Existing Foundations Some of the existing strong foundations on addressing the food environment in the City PAGE 17
  18. 18. Food Stories & Beliefs  City specific campaigns in partnership with the Food Foundation • Peas Please (vendors) • Eat them to defeat them (cyp) • Healthy Start Vouchers (<2yrs)  National campaigns • Change 4 Life • One YouPAGE 18
  19. 19. Healthy Start Vouchers  Government-led means tested initiative  Vouchers for milk, fruit and vegetables  Families receiving benefits with children aged 0-4 years.  Purchase food items to the value of £3.10 per week, per child.  Current under-claim of £1.5 million in Birmingham  Reduction in nutrition in these families and a loss of retail revenue in these communities PAGE 19
  20. 20.  Obesity Specialist funded by BCC for early years projects including initiative to increase uptake of HSV, through working with retailers and voucher providers (e.g. health visitors) Uptake of Healthy Start Vouchers PAGE 20 • April 2018 – Dec 2018 saw a 5% rise in uptake, from 70% to 75% as a result of this work
  21. 21. Breastfeeding in Birmingham  Breastfeeding and healthy weaning lays the foundation for children’s nutrition and wellbeing.  58% of babies start breastfeeding within 48hrs of birth (2018/19, local data)  Only 44% are still being breastfed at 6-8wks old (2018/19 local data). PAGE 21
  22. 22. Breastfeeding in Birmingham  BUMP maternity service providers are delivering ‘infant feeding’ as part of parent preparation classes (ante-natal)  Birmingham Forward Steps(BFS) is leading work with mothers to support breastfeeding initiation and continuation  BUMP/BFS/Solihull health visiting intention to develop joint proposal to provide BF support postnatally on wards and in the early days at home PAGE 22
  23. 23. Other Early Years Interventions PAGE 23 • Health & wellbeing initiative from pregnancy to school • Health Visitors and Children’s Centre staff provide advice and support around breastfeeding as part of their role • Supports early years settings • Based around seven key messages • Aims to create a healthier environment for children and families • Key food messages : • Two Snacks Max, • Me Size Meals • Five a Day • Work with partners to support families to transform family life, including: improved nutrition, emotional wellbeing, parenting skills, breastfeeding, and getting more active.
  24. 24.  Pilot intervention over two years giving insight to the local food environment and customers perceptions towards food  SHIFT’s food team developed a deep understanding of: • people’s use of fast food, • the motivations of the owners of Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) • the impact of technology on the market • the nutritional SHIFT - Better Everyday Takeaway PAGE 24
  25. 25. Food Security On the Environmental Health database there are currently: 8842 food premises 166 food manufacturers 2230 food retailers In 2018/19, Environmental Health inspected 3809 food premises in the city PAGE 25
  26. 26.  Birmingham Planning Toolkit builds on this to consider the wider health promoting environment, including access to green space as well as retail and restaurant footprint.  It has been applied well to date and is being applied to the Commonwealth Games developments at Perry Barr.  Supplementary Planning Guidelines on Hot Food Takeaways (A5) in place since 2012.  “…avoid an overconcentration of A5 hot food take-away uses by restricting their number to no more than 10% of the total units in a centre or individual parade…” Food Environment PAGE 26 Since then: A5 refusals 36 A5/A3 refusals 10 TOTAL 46 Appeals 18 Of which dismissed 15
  27. 27. Exercise 1: Mapping the Asset Base  Using the post-it notes map out your organisations work around food activity/food environment in Birmingham  Include: • Name of organisation • Summary of delivery approach • Delivering in Birmingham, Birmingham + other LA, West Mids, National, International PAGE 27
  28. 28. Exercise 2: Who isn’t in the room  Using the post-it notes map out other organisations linked to food activity and the food environment in Birmingham who aren’t here  Include: • Name of organisation • Summary of delivery approach • Delivering in Birmingham, Birmingham + other LA, West Mids, National, International PAGE 28
  29. 29. What’s in your food? We asked you to estimate how much sugar, salt and fat were in the products around the room. Did you guess correctly? PAGE 29
  30. 30. Accelerator Opportunities Acceleration projects currently active in the City PAGE 30
  31. 31. Great City Food Digital Treasure Hunt  As part of Digital Leaders week BCC partnered with the WM Innovation Alliance and the WM Academic Sciences Network to host a Great City Food Digital Treasure Hunt.  The treasure hunt brought together academics, activists, policy makers and business partners to ‘hunt down’ the data on food in the city.  Out of the event we identified a range of new data sources to explore to create a better food picture for the city and we have started to explore a significant partnership opportunity with a major food retailer in the city. PAGE 31
  32. 32.  Birmingham is one of five LA’s selected as Childhood Obesity Trailblazer pilot to test out new ways of working to reduce childhood obesity, supported by £75,000 a year over a 3-year period. LGA/PHE Childhood Obesity Trailblazer PAGE 32
  33. 33. PAGE 33 LGA/PHE Childhood Obesity Trailblazer The focus of the work in Birmingham is: 1.Develop the educational levers for a healthy food environment through mainstream and targeted apprenticeships and undergraduate education. 2.Work with inclusive growth programmes to explore potential for healthy food entrepreneurship 3.Develop a ‘Birmingham Basket’ to provide an on-going city- wide retail picture of food purchasing in the city to track impact on food choices. PAGE 33
  34. 34. Milan Urban Food Policy Pact  Milan Urban Food Pact which is a European partnership for action on creating healthy food environments in cities and towns.  Birmingham joined as one of the founding partner cities and has been awarded for its work on food in 2015.  The partnership enables connection with a network of 193 cities across the world to share learning on approaches to food in urban environments. PAGE 34
  35. 35. BINDI Partnership  Bindhi Project in partnership with Pune, India to work together on creating food smart cities.  Both Pune and Birmingham are second cities in their respective countries, both have significant educational footprints of universities and schools, strong links to manufacturing and industry andPAGE 35
  36. 36. Exercise 3: What do we need?  As a table, brainstorm the things that you would like to see that would make a difference to the food environment in the city at a population level? • What are the strategic actions? • Policy levers? • Action at WMCA? • Action at BCC? • Action for others? PAGE 36
  37. 37. Next Steps PAGE 37
  38. 38. Next steps  Citizen engagement • Partnership with Birmingham Food Council on community conversations about food security in 19/20  Stakeholder engagement • Creating a Healthy Food City working group to meet in June/July to refine vision and framework for action  Governance • Establish Creating a Healthy Food City Forum reporting to the Health and Wellbeing Board to oversee and enable delivery at pace. PAGE 38

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