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Food Pricing Strategies, Population Diets, and Non-Communicable Disease: A Systematic Review of Simulation Studies

Eyles, Helen; Ni Mhurchu, Cliona; Nghiem, Nhung; Blakely, Tony;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012
  • Publisher: Figshare
<div><h3>Background</h3><p>Food pricing strategies have been proposed to encourage healthy eating habits, which may in turn help stem global increases in non-communicable diseases. This systematic review of simulation studies investigates the estimated association between food pricing strategies and changes in food purchases or intakes (consumption) (objective 1); Health and disease outcomes (objective 2), and whether there are any differences in these outcomes by socio-economic group (objective 3).</p> <h3>Methods and Findings</h3><p>Electronic databases, Internet search engines, and bibliographies of included studies were searched for articles published in Eng...
free text keywords: Biotechnology, Information and Computing Sciences, Science Policy, pricing, non-communicable, systematic, simulation, studies
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