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Agricultural production, food systems and population health are intimately linked. While there is a strong evidence base to inform our knowledge of what constitutes a healthy human diet, we know little about actual food production or consumption in many populations and how developments in the food and agricultural system will affect dietary intake patterns(More)
Three of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) concerned health. There is only one health goal in 17 proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Critiques of the MDGs included missed opportunities to realise positive interactions between goals. Here we report on an interdisciplinary analytical review of the SDG process, in which experts in diff(More)
The ideas presented here have been developed under various activities funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom. However, the interpretations and conclusions expressed in this paper are entirely those of the authors and should not be attributed to DFID, which does not guarantee their accuracy and can accept no(More)
The purpose of this paper is to understand why and how relationships end within UK supermarket supply chains. While the bias towards the study of the positive side of business relationships has been addressed in some respect by those few researchers who study the dissolution of business relationships there is still need for further research, especially in(More)
*London International Development Centre; School of Oriental and African Studies, Centre for Development, Environment and Policy, †London International Development Centre; University College London, Bartlett Development Planning Unit, ‡University College London, Centre for Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, §University College London, Bartlett(More)
This article reports the results of an industry-level study that seeks to identify empirical regularities between firm strategy, management style, organisational structure and performance in the Spanish fresh fruit and vegetable (fresh produce) industry using strategic group analysis. Groups were formed from key dimensions reflecting firms' strategic(More)
This paper reviews the literature on fresh food marketing systems in South East Asia and proposes a conceptual framework for their study, as part of a research project on the role of wholesale markets in Vietnamese fresh food urban supply chains. The literature review discusses conceptual frameworks for studies on food marketing systems in a developing(More)
This research aims to examine the socio-economic correlates of anemia in women, and potential sources of iron in household diets in Afghanistan. It also examines whether ownership of agricultural (particularly livestock) assets and their use in food production has a role in alleviating anaemia, especially where local markets may be inadequate. We analyse(More)
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