Presentation on theme: "PepsiCo and Let’s Get Cooking November 2012. East Midlands Platform for Health and Wellbeing Initial introduction of two organisations was via the platform."— Presentation transcript:
PepsiCo and Let’s Get Cooking November 2012
East Midlands Platform for Health and Wellbeing Initial introduction of two organisations was via the platform PHT Funding Health Belief Men Aged in employment Leicester area Where did it start?
Pepsico “Biggest Loser Program” Launched Jan – April x 5 hour workshops spread over 3 months (May, June, July 2012) Focus on fat, sugar and salt reduction Portion Control, Food Labelling Cooked a range of healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes Small pledges - behaviour change Weight loss / positive lifestyle PHT Funded Cook Well, Work Well Course
Pepsico Health and Safety - 48 Hour Event October 2012 Health and Safety Event- “spreading the message” Let get Cooking delivered live cookery demonstrations and Cook Well Work Well activities at the 48 hour event
The Event Let’s Get Cooking was the main attraction! We made hundreds of pancakes!
The Event Abdul (PepsiCo employee) telling his colleagues how fabulous the Cook Well Work Well course was!
The Event The event was a huge success!
What next… Over 100 PepsiCo staff have registered their interest for more Cook Well Work Well courses in the workplace We have been asked to deliver a presentation to the European Health and Wellbeing Manager about Cook Well Work Well PepsiCo are interested in us rolling out the course to more employees in 2012 We are delivering a Cook Well Work Well Team Building Day in November 2012 to PepsiCo staff
Evaluation Results Overall the average ‘healthy’ score of ‘healthy’ items increased from 13 to 18. This was accompanied by a decrease over the same time in the ‘unhealthy’ score from 9 to 5. Seven of the eight participants had a greater positive difference in favour of an improved diet. A well validated, but simple, measure of mental well-being provided evidence that after taking part in the Cook Well, Work Well programme participants’ scores had significantly increased suggesting that learning new skills and eating more healthily was associated with an improvement in their self-esteem or self confidence.
Further Information and Case Study “I didn’t realise I would be able to lose weight by learning to cook. I’ve learnt new skills, more about food and taking part has made life a lot better for me.” Simon Hunnybel, PepsiCo driver.