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Nutrition signposting: the ‘eat more’ message is getting through; what about the ‘eat less’ message?

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  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1368980011001881
  • Published online: 23 August 2011
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1.JR Lupton , DA Balentine , RM Black (2010) The Smart Choices front-of-pack nutrition labeling program: rationale and development of the nutrition criteria. Am J Clin Nutr 91, issue 4, 1078S1089S.

4.L Young & B Swinburn (2002) Impact of the Pick the Tick food information programme on the salt content of food in New Zealand. Health Promot Int 17, 1319.

5.EL Vyth , IH Steenhuis , AJ Roodenburg (2010) Front-of-pack nutrition label stimulates healthier product development: a quantitative analysis. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act 7, 65.

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12.B Kelly , C Hughes , K Chapman (2009) Consumer testing of the acceptability of effectiveness of front-of-pack food labelling systems for the Australian grocery market. Health Promot Int 24, 120129.

16.BA Swinburn , G Sacks & E Ravussin (2009) Increased food energy supply is more than sufficient to explain the US epidemic of obesity. Am J Clin Nutr 90, 14531456.

18.G Sacks , M Rayner & B Swinburn (2009) Impact of front-of-pack nutrition labelling on consumer food purchases in the UK. Health Promot Int 24, 344352.

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