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Food cost and nutritional quality: Reply to: ‘In reaction to the paper by Katz and colleagues’

  • David L. Katz (a1) (a2), Kim Doughty (a1), Valentine Y. Njike (a1), Judith A. Treu (a1), Jesse Reynolds (a1) (a2), Catherine S. Katz (a1), Jennifer Walker (a3) and Erica Smith (a3)...
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Food cost and nutritional quality: Reply to: ‘In reaction to the paper by Katz and colleagues’

  • David L. Katz (a1) (a2), Kim Doughty (a1), Valentine Y. Njike (a1), Judith A. Treu (a1), Jesse Reynolds (a1) (a2), Catherine S. Katz (a1), Jennifer Walker (a3) and Erica Smith (a3)...

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