A critical review of evidence on the sociocultural impacts of food marketing and policy implications
posted by Research Admin 1 on 28 February 2019
While research assessing the micro-level impacts of marketing on food choice abounds, the author explores evidence on the macro-level impacts on the 'sociocultural food environment'. She concludes: "Expanding research scope to include a much stronger focus on evidence regarding the impacts of for-profit food marketing on the sociocultural food environment would provide direct research support to the strategic policy aim of creating a food environment that encourages healthy food behaviours."
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Cairns, Georgina. A critical review of evidence on the sociocultural impacts of food marketing and policy implications. Appetite, 26 February, 2019 [Epub ahead of print]