WHAT WE DOWe help organisations improve their workforce nutrition

Good nutrition is a key driver for healthy lives and healthy business. Yet worldwide, one in three people suffer from malnutrition, impacting individuals, businesses and economies alike. We help employers to ensure their employees have access to and knowledge about healthy nutrition.

OFFERINGExplore our offering to improve your workforce’s nutrition

Self-assess your organisation

Use our scorecard and identify key opportunities to enhance workforce nutrition across your organization.

Improve your workforce’s nutrition

Join other companies and boost your capacity to develop a tailored workforce nutrition programme.

Take part in the conversation

Get active in this field and learn more about the next steps.

Events Roadmap to Implementation: taking a worksite-centric approach

  • June 15, 08:00 – 09:00 GMT
  • June 15, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT

A one-hour webinar that offers managers a chance to get familiar with workforce nutrition and learn what it takes to successfully implement it at their worksite.

WHY IT MATTERSA healthy workforce for a better world

Globally, 1 in 9 people is undernourished, and 1 in 3 people is overweight or obese, bringing significant losses to individuals, economies and businesses.

On average, people spend one-third of their adult lives at work. By working with employers, we can bring access to and knowledge about healthy nutrition to millions of people around the globe. 

As experts in the field of nutrition and business, we realize that by working together, we can create effective and sustainable workforce nutrition programmes that benefit employees and employers alike.

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ABOUT USThe Workforce Nutrition Alliance

The Workforce Nutrition Alliance was launched by the Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) in October 2019. The Workforce Nutrition Alliance aims to impact 3 million employees in member organisations and supply chains by 2025.