Variation in supermarket exposure to energy-dense snack foods by socio-economic position.

  title={Variation in supermarket exposure to energy-dense snack foods by socio-economic position.},
  author={Adrian James Cameron and Lukar E Thornton and Sarah A McNaughton and David Andrew Crawford},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={16 7},
OBJECTIVE The present study aimed to examine the availability of energy-dense,nutrient-poor snack foods (and fruits and vegetables) in supermarkets located insocio-economically advantaged and disadvantaged neighbourhoods. DESIGN Cross-sectional supermarket audit. SETTING Melbourne, Australia. Measures included product shelf space and number of varieties for soft drinks, crisps, chocolate, confectionery and fruits and vegetables, as well as store size. SUBJECTS Thirty-five supermarkets… CONTINUE READING
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