The workplace is the central area of influence on dietary behavior. This paper analyzes the unhealthy diet in conjunction with an efficacy of dietary interventions for health promotion. A brief overview of appropriate theoretical framework for the design of emergency assessment and management of the examples of previous research. Published results of previous studies were confirmed that dietary interventions at workplace usually effective, especially faceted interventions diet of fruit and vegetables. There is less consistent evidence of long-term effectiveness of interventions on body mass index and weight. This paper also reports evidence that changes in the work environment, including through health and safety promotion health programs, may contribute to enhancing the effectiveness of workplace health promotion, including dietary interventions. Organizational factors such as work time schedule may also affect eating habits. Stressed the need for further research in this area.