Retail Strategies to Support Healthy Eating

Edited by
January 2021
214 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0052-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0053-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Retail Strategies to Support Healthy Eating that was published in

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In January 2020, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), The Food Trust, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Healthy Eating Research (HER) met for a Healthy Retail Research Convention in Washington, D.C. Attendees included food industry representatives, researchers, and nonprofit organizations. The objective of the convention was to develop a national healthy retail research agenda by (1) determining the effectiveness of government policies, corporate practices, and in-store pilots in promoting healthy eating; (2) identifying gaps in the healthy food retail literature and generating questions for future research, with an intentional focus on reducing health disparities and improving equity; (3) highlighting best practices for partnering with retailers and food manufacturers on healthy retail research; (4) facilitating relationships between retailers and researchers to implement and evaluate retail interventions; and (5) identifying existing datasets, ongoing work, and new opportunities for retail–research partnerships.
  • Hardback
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© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
trade promotion; price; promotion; placement; food and beverage; food retailer; grocery; consumer behavior; marketing; chronic disease; choice architecture; retail food environment; food purchasing; federal nutrition assistance; COVID-19; grocery stores; restaurants; dietary intake; food purchase; policy; retail food environment; food and beverage; grocery; federal nutrition assistance programs; beverage tax; menu labeling; financial incentives; health disparities; food access; nutrition; healthier food; dietary behaviors; review; retail food environment; dietary intake; grocery store; restaurant; environment; retail; food purchasing behavior; dietary intake; diet quality; nutrition; diet disparities; urban; rural; socioeconomic; income disparities; consumer packaged goods; packaged foods; intersectionality; food purchasing; diet quality; race; ethnicity; socioeconomic status; urban; rural; food and beverage; grocery retail; supermarket; marketing; policy; research agenda; healthy food retail; food environment; online food retail; conceptual framework; consumer behavior; food choices; online shopping; retailer policies; n/a

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