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In-store intervention to promote healthy and inexpensive foods for French low-income populations

Abstract : No abstract Introduction: Low-income populations are often unreceptive to public health messages perceived as too complex and poorly adapted. In-store marketing strategies that draw attention to healthy and inex-pensive foods may be effective for improving the diet quality of these populations.
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Axel Gamburzew, Sandrine Raffin, Nicolas Darcel, Daniel Tomé, Mathieu Maillot, et al.. In-store intervention to promote healthy and inexpensive foods for French low-income populations. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, Karger, 2015, 67, pp.528--529. ⟨hal-01568623⟩

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