Eating out of the home has been associated with higher intakes of energy and fat and lower micronutrient intakes, as well as the development of obesity. Out-of-home food outlets (OHFOs) and the foods obtained from these outlets are an ideal target for interventions to improve diet and tackle obesity. This systematic review will explore the evidence for the effectiveness of promoting healthy behaviour through interventions that modify food practices in specific OHFOs.
Hillier-Brown, F., Moore, H. J., Lake, A., Adamson, A. J., White, M., Adams, J. M., Araújo-Soares, V., Abraham, C., & Summerbell, C. D. C. (2014). The effectiveness of interventions targeting specific out-of-home food outlets: protocol for a systematic review. Systematic Reviews, -. https://doi.org/10.1186/2046-4053-3-17