Big Food corporations and the nutritional marketing and regulation of processed foods

  title={Big Food corporations and the nutritional marketing and regulation of processed foods},
  author={Gyorgy Scrinis},
Ultraprocessed Products as Food Fortification Alternatives: A Critical Appraisal from Latin America
The implications of adding micronutrients to UPPs with excessive amounts of critical nutrients associated with NCDs are described and recommendations for legislation and policies are provided.
Market strategies used by processed food manufacturers to increase and consolidate their power: a systematic review and document analysis
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The recent inclusion of an urban Sustainable Development Goal in the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda represents an important acknowledgement of the reality of global urbanization and the many social,


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It is suggested that more action is needed by policy‐makers to prevent or mitigate processed food consumption, and comprehensive policy and regulatory approaches are most likely to be effective in achieving these goals.
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  • 2014
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There is an emerging consensus that the study of childhood obesity should go beyond the medical interventionist model and incorporate multiple levels of analysis, and obesity should be framed as a complex system in which behavior is affected by multiple individual-level and socioenvironmental factors rather than solely by individual choice.
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  • Medicine
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