Does the choice of neighbourhood supermarket access measure influence associations with individual-level fruit and vegetable consumption? A case study from Glasgow

@inproceedings{Thornton2012DoesTC,
  title={Does the choice of neighbourhood supermarket access measure influence associations with individual-level fruit and vegetable consumption? A case study from Glasgow},
  author={Lukar E Thornton and Jamie R. Pearce and Laura MacDonald and Karen Elaine Lamb and Anne Ellaway},
  booktitle={International journal of health geographics},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Previous studies have provided mixed evidence with regards to associations between food store access and dietary outcomes. This study examines the most commonly applied measures of locational access to assess whether associations between supermarket access and fruit and vegetable consumption are affected by the choice of access measure and scale. METHOD Supermarket location data from Glasgow, UK (n = 119), and fruit and vegetable intake data from the 'Health and Well-Being' Survey… CONTINUE READING
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