Complexities and opportunities in monitoring and evaluating US and global changes by the food industry.

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In developed nations and increasingly in the rest of the world, a large proportion of people's diets comes from manufactured food sources and food not produced at home. These types of products are constantly changing and have significant nutrition and health implications for the world's population. However, researchers, public health workers and policy… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/obr.12095

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@article{Ng2013ComplexitiesAO, title={Complexities and opportunities in monitoring and evaluating US and global changes by the food industry.}, author={S. W. Ng and Elizabeth K Dunford}, journal={Obesity reviews : an official journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity}, year={2013}, volume={14 Suppl 2}, pages={29-41} }