Our vision

Healthy Food Environments are food environments underpinned by the latest evidence, that enable and promote healthy, sustainable and ethical diets, with the food being tasty and affordable, as determined by different socio-cultural and socio-economic groups across populations.

We focus on Healthy Food Environments within our health care systems.

Our goals

Support implementation of Healthy Food Environments within health care systems.

Perform further research to evolve the concept of Healthy Food Environments and our approaches to implementation within health care systems.

Build the Community of health care systems and organisations working to implement Healthy Food Environments.

Collaborate with other global efforts in the areas of Healthy Food Environments.


Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Centre. Accountable for the delivery of all of the Centre Objectives. Works with the Centre’s Advisory Board and Senior Advisors on the Centre’s short and long term strategy.
Thomas Kelley
Executive Director

Prior to his current role as CEO of Sprink, between 2018 and 2019, Thomas was the National Clinical Advisor on Value- Based Health Care (VBHC) for the Welsh Government.

Between 2013 and 2018 he worked at the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM). He established the London office in 2014 and subsequently led ICHOM’s work in the EMEA region between 2014 and 2017. In 2017 he took overall responsibility for ICHOM’s day-to-day operations across its London and Boston offices. He also had global responsibility for ICHOM’s strategic partnerships.

Prior to working at ICHOM he practiced as a physician at Oxford University Hospitals (OUH).

He received his BSc and MD from the University of Manchester, UK and MBA from the University of Oxford, UK.

Responsible for supporting the Centre’s bespoke services, specifically: strategic advisory services and partnership formation.
Matt Salt
Project Manager

Matt is a project management professional with a portfolio in various NHS organisations.

He has led the creation of a number of Standard Sets of outcomes for the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM).

Matt studied Sports Science at undergraduate level before going on to gain a master’s degree in Public Health, both at the University of Birmingham, UK.

Engagement Options

We have developed a range of engagement options, which focus on working together to achieve the vision of Healthy Food Environments.

Supporting Partners


Bespoke Services

The detailed governance framework that underpins the Global Centre for Healthy Food Environments will be published here shortly.

Research & Development

We are developing focused implementation and research programmes to further our understanding of how to develop and implement Healthy Food Environments.


We are developing education programmes to support sharing the knowledge and skills that underpin the development, implementation and ongoing management of Healthy Food Environments.

Publications and Events

We have a range of publications and events that aim to advance our knowledge, skills and collaboration around Healthy Food Environments.