Since the early days of SNEB, there has been support among the membership for the Society to take an active role in educating members about nutrition policy. The membership has supported establishing and maintaining an active public policy program. The resolutions process is one of the mechanisms for members, or groups of members, to bring forth policy positions for discussion and vote by the membership. Resolutions provide a route for members to propose that SNEB adopt a position, take an action, or endorse a policy or principles in a formal manner. Learn more about the resolutions process. The process has been revised to inspire members to propose new resolutions. Click to see a summary of the changes.
Active Resolutions are posted on our blog. To comment on an active Resolution, visit the News section of the website to find the latest blog post. Note: only SNEB members are allowed to comment on Resolutions, so be sure to log into your profile first.
The resolutions listed below reflect a historical perspective of issues of importance to SNEB members over the life of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior:
- Building a nutrition education evidence data base to support policy and planning in developing countries
- Healthy Meeting Resolution 2015
- Support Nutrition Labeling and Nutritionally Improved Menu Offerings in Fast-Food and Other Chain Restaurants
- Support Responsible Food Marketing to Children
- Soft Drink Resolution 2002
- Soft Drink Support Letter
- 1970 – 1992 Resolutions
Position papers provide a comprehensive discussion of SNEB’s policy on one or more topics. Containing extensive background information and analysis, the position paper provides an understanding of the issues and the reason behind the positions(s) set forth by the organization. Learn more about the position paper process.
- Position of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior: The Importance of Including Environmental Sustainability in Dietary Guidance (January 2019)
- Comprehensive School Nutrition Services (November 2010): SNEB, ADA and SNA Joint Position
- Food and Nutrition Programs for Community-Residing Older Adults (March 2010): SNEB, ADA and ASN Joint Position
- 2009 Report: State of Nutrition Education& Promotion for Children & Adolescents (June 2009)
- Nutrition Services: An Essential Component of Comprehensive School Health Programs (March 2003): SNEB, ADA and ASFSA Joint Position
- The Guidelines for Childhood Obesity Prevention Programs: Promoting Healthy Weight in Children (October 2002)
Guías para los Programas de Prevención de Obesidad en Niños: Promoviendo Un Peso Saludable en los Niños(October 2002)