The Food Standards Agency in Scotland has outlined its strategy to improve the country's diet over the next three years.

FSA Scotland director George Paterson said it would work closely with partners nationally and locally to develop product specifications and improve access to fresh fruit and vegetables for low-income consumers.

The FSA’s diet and nutrition strategy will promote healthy diet and food choices; facilitate access to healthier food choices for those in low income or rural areas; promote meals which offer a balanced diet; and work with food manufacturers, processors and retailers to further develop healthier food choices.