The Dutch ‘Tweede Kamer’ recently passed four food related motions. These four motions relate to the successor of the ‘Concious Choice logo’, the prevention agreement, child marketing for unhealthy products and cosmetic requirements in marketing standards for fruit and vegetables. The House of Representatives wants to give consumers the option of making a healthy choice in a glance. In addition, they want food to be treated as a full and independent part of the prevention agreement. They also want child marketing to be focused on healthy products, and to stop supermarkets from banning products because of their appearance.