Choice architectures of their cafeterias have been altered to encourage people to make healthier choices. The accessibility – the ease in which a food item can be accessed – has a strong influence on food choice and intake. The less desirable alternatives are presented in a less accessible way, which makes them less likely to be chosen. By changing the environment in which people buy their food, people can be nudged to make healthier choices. Presenting healthy food options first creates a default option for people in the cafeteria, without depriving those who want the unhealthy food of the option to purchase them. Think about this policy in terms of the FORGOOD framework.
The below interpretations of the seven considerations are suggestions and different people will think of these differently.