The County Board of Supervisors encourages healthy food options at work as stated in the Employee Health and Wellness Policy. Healthier employees are more productive and have lower health care costs–everyone benefits in the long run.
Nearly everyone wants to eat better and avoid the extra calories that lead to weight gain, or the sugar and fat that worsens heart disease and diabetes. Work together to create a healthier eating environment. Model healthy eating and physical activity and “walk the talk”. Here are some guidelines for healthier food options at work: