Consumption of Foods of Low Nutritional Value: Consumption Review, March 2017

The study examined the extent to which unhealthy foods products are consumed by the household from different levels of income. The study explores whether households with low-income levels tend to consume detrimental food, compared to households with higher income levels. The study reviews the monthly expenditure of households on sweetened beverages and other harmful food products.
Furthermore, the study identified the methodological difficulties in conducting such researches which generated different results in practice. The study also refers to another study by Lexidale, in which the literature on intervention in the food market and social problems was reviewed and extensively discussed.

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