|NSW Health Services Policy
||NSW will be the first state in Australia to remove sugary drinks from health facilities when it launches a healthy food and drink policy
|Bendigo Health removes sugary drink from sale at hospital
||Bendigo Health has removed sugary drinks from sale in onsite retail outlets and vending machines and placed posters around the hospital promoting healthy food and drink choices
||At Westmead Hospital in Western Sydney, sugary drinks are not available for sale across the campus.
||Western Sydney Local Health District
|Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD)
||In 2016 MLHD was the first Health District in NSW to take steps to reduce the sale of sugar-sweetened drink. In March 2017 a video to explain the decision to go 'sugary drink free' was launched.
||Murrumbidgee Local Health District
|Melbourne City (North Melbourne Rec Centre)
||In 2010 the City of Melbourne's Green Light Eat Right program was implemented at a seasonal cafe at the North Melbourne Recreation Centre. Over the next four years the availability of 'red' items were reduced, and then all 'red' items were removed in 2014 as part of a 'No Red' trial. Following success of this trial, ongoing changes were implemented over the 2015/16 season.
||City of Melbourne
Alfred Health: Food for Thought, Encouraging Healthy Choices
Healthy drinks trials in retail settings at Alfred Health
Alfred Health is proud to be reducing consumption of sugar sweetened drinks through a series of behavioural insights trials.
In partnership with our key retailers, we tested whether relatively small changes in the placement and price of beverages would impact consumer choice and retail profit.
By taking sugar sweetened beverages off display in two cafes, and adding 20% to the price of sugar sweetened beverages in a convenience store and in vending machines, Alfred Health helped shift buyer behaviour.
In all four of the trials, consumers kept buying drinks; there was no significant difference in total drink sales. Promisingly however, people shifted away from sugar sweetened beverages and towards healthier choices.
This translates to around 36,500 fewer sugar sweetened beverages sold at The Alfred each year.
|Western District Health Services
||All 13 Western District Health Services in Victoria have introduced a ban on sugary drinks
||Western District Health Services
|Going soft drink free in YMCA acquatic and recreation centres
In 2014, YMCA Victoria announced a Healthy Food and Beverage Policy to be implemented over 2015–2017, across the organisation in kiosks, cafes and catering services attached to 70 aquatic and recreation centres. As part of this policy, YMCA initiated a ‘Soft Drink Free Summer’ campaign, which aimed to phase out regular soft drinks from all centres by December 2015.
|Lara Pool kiosk provides healthier food and drinks
||Find out how the Lara Pool Kiosk developed a healthier kiosk menu, displayed consistent health promoting messages around the centre and supported their staff to make the changes.
||Healthy Eating Advisory Service
|Schools tap into water
||Schools in Victoria’s South-West are replacing sweetened drinks with tap water to promote the importance of drinking water instead of sweet drinks.
||South West Victoria Healthy Kids
|Sugary drinks dropped from leisure centres
||Auckland Council are becoming leaders in removing sugary drinks from leisure centres. As part of the Healthy Families NZ initiative, the Council will be eliminating 340 kilograms of refined sugar from its vending machine sales each year.