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This background report is accompanied by a 16 page summary of the Framework itself
An errata was published on 19 April 2012 following changes made to pages 5, 22, 30, 55, 56, and 57. The pdf and html have both been updated within the document to reflect these changes.
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1. Introduction and Background
1.1 Health and Environmental Sustainability Challenges and Opportunities
1.2 Scotland's Food and Drink Policy
1.3 Background to the Framework
1.4 Process for developing the Framework
2. The Framework
2.1 Summary of the four parts of the Framework
2.2 Part 1: What are the relevant issues?
2.3 Part 2: What is our baseline and direction of travel?
2.4 Part 3: How can we develop a product and/or process that addresses health and environmental sustainability considerations in a joined-up way?
2.5 Part 4: How do we get others on board?
3. The Framework: What Next?
4.1 Scottish Government
4.2 Expert Working Group
4.3 Additional Key Contributors
5. Annex: Supporting Material
5.1 Overview of International Examples, Current Practice and Evidence
5.2 Case Studies
5.3 Research To Explore How Business Models and Examples of Current Practice Could Help Inform the Framework
5.4 Further Ideas and Support
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Published by the Scottish Government, December 2011