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The front of pack nutrition information panel: using novel methods to explore consumer decision making at point of choice during routine supermarket shopping

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Encouraging people to make healthier food choices will make an important contribution to preventing non-communicable diseases. Most groceries purchased by UK households are from supermarkets, potentially making this an important setting where consumers might consider the nutritional quality of foods. While it is possible to purchase healthy food in supermarkets, the retail environment actively promotes the selection of less healthy items. Gaps remain in our understanding about which store ...

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Population Health
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Population Health
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Primary care
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MR/J000256/1
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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